CoinDesk Ranks the Top 10 US Blockchain Universities and Colleges
A single spark on the blockchain will set the world we know on fire.
A team of researchers from Oxford are aiming to open the world’s first blockchain university later this year that will heavily utilize blockchain technology
As blockchain enters computer science programs and seeps into the broader academic world, as a solution to all that ails higher education, educators are both hailing its potential and casting skepticism upon it.
New York University now offers a major in blockchain and cryptocurrencies at the Stern School of Business.
There's been a major boom in the number of colleges across the country letting students study cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, and the technology that makes them possible.
Coinbase has reviewed the world’s top 50 universities and found out that forty-two percent of them offer crypto- and blockchain-related classes.
The Communist Party of China issued its primer on distributed ledger technology aimed to serve as a guide for government officials, who will need to tackle it in the future.
While cryptocurrency mining is often left to coporate data centers, some university students have ingeniously tried their hand at their own mining efforts.
Blockchain's global market is predicted to hit $60.7 billion by 2024. What's your H.R. team doing about it?
CFA Institute, with over 150,000 members, is adding cryptocurrency topics to its curriculum for the first time. The course material will be released in August. A record 227,031 people in 91 countries and territories reportedly registered to take CFA exams this year.
Five universities across three Spanish-speaking countries are now offering crypto courses. Among major topics of studies are Bitcoin, Ethereum, cryptocurrencies, blockchains, initial coin offerings (ICOs), smart contracts, DAOs, and crypto-economics.
Academic predicts that what should be taught and by whom could start a turf war
Brazil, at country that boasts the largest economy in South America, is becoming increasing interested in cryptocurrencies and associated blockchain technology, with the public, the government, and the education system all hopping on the bandwagon.
Bitcoin cannot be printed or manufactured, it is discovered. People from all around the world have computers specifically set up and designed to ‘mine’ for bitcoins by competing with one another.
Blockchain is already changing the way we do business. Here are six examples.
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