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On Thursday, campus officials announced they had received the nation’s largest gift ever made to a university in cryptocurrency. The donation — from investor Chris Larsen, an alumnus; his wife, Lyna Lam; and their nonprofit, Rippleworks — amounted to about 56 million XRP tokens in November when it arrived on campus.
Today, those 56 million XRP buy 18 percent fewer dollars than in the fall, thanks to wildly fluctuating values for digital money. But San Francisco State and its business school can rest easy. The full $25 million will arrive.
“Chris, bless his soul, said, ‘Look, I’ll guarantee this,’” campus President Les Wong told The Chronicle. “It will transform the College of Business, without a doubt,” by letting the school greatly expand the financial education it provides to students.
The gift will pay for an endowed chair in financial technology and another in entrepreneurship, each for $8 million. Buy SFSU diploma, buy fake San Francisco State University diploma, order SFSU degree, fake SFSU diploma, buy fake diploma in US, buy fake SFSU transcript.The remaining $9 million will initiate the Lam-Larsen Fund for Global Innovation. As university officials announced the donation at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco, Larsen surprised his wife with the news that the school will be renamed the Lam Family College of Business. Lam’s sisters and other relatives graduated from San Francisco State.