EU: Malta Needs to Improve Readiness to Respond to Cryptocurrency Crime

EU: Malta Needs to Improve Readiness to Respond to Cryptocurrency Crime

                                

The European Union has told Malta it needs to improve the resources

it has to fight potential financial crime as a result of cryptocurrency popularity, local daily news outlet Malta Today reported on June 5. In a letter to member states advising how to spend EU funds, the European Commission flagged Malta’s burgeoning cryptocurrency sector as a potential weak link in the fight against financial crime.

“The Commission, in its recommendations to member states for the use of EU funds, said that the size of Malta’s financial and gaming sector, and the efforts to attract crypto-currency operators required an effective anti-money laundering enforcement,” Malta Today summarized. Additionally, possible conflicts of interest in government should be addressed regarding corruption, while tax obligations should also be reassessed. “Furthermore, the police’s Economic Crimes Unit is currently understaffed,” the Commission added.

It continued:

“In this context, it is important to couple a strengthened legislative framework with timely and thorough implementation.”

Malta continues on its path to create a haven for cryptocurrency and blockchain businesses. As Cointelegraph reported, some of the industry’s biggest names, including exchange Binance, have made the country their home under the government’s highly-publicized “Blockchain Island” plans. At the same time, authorities are getting to grips with controlling the sector, creating both vetting structures and releasing information for consumers, such as the risks associated with crypto asset investment. Silvio Schembri, Junior Minister for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation within the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta, wrote a dedicated article for Cointelegraph last month in which he discussed the current state of the “Blockchain Island” project.

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Indian Bitconnect Promoter on the Run After Third Crypto Scam

Indian Bitconnect Promoter on the Run After Third Crypto Scam

                                     Bitconnect, Scam, Bitcoin Scam

A scammer who solicits investments with the lure of rich returns is on the run in India.

By CCN: Another cryptocurrency scam, same fraudster. Police in India’s city of Surat have implicated infamous BitConnect promoter Divyesh Darji in yet another cryptocurrency scam. According to The Times of India, Darji was involved in promoting a cryptocurrency known as Regal Coin to investors by promising them astronomical returns. Darji who was arrested last year in August for his role in the BitConnect scam has been facing trial. However, he is currently on the run after being released on bail. Per India’s Crime Investigation Department (CID), Darji promised investors returns of up to 5,000 percent if they put their money in Regal Coin. Specifically, Darji promoted the cryptocurrency as a superior investment compared to Bitcoin as payouts would start within 99 days. Investors would also earn extra money from recruiting other investors,

according to the CID:

Darji had told his investors that they needed to stay invested just for 99 days. He also promised to pay them returns on their principal according to profits on robotic trading, besides 1% to 1.6% referral bonuses every 11 days.

Prolific fraudster: two more crypto scams since bitconnect

It is understood that Darji was working in concert with some family members as well as aides. The daughter, Purohit, has been arrested. Some of the victims who have filed police reports lost between Rs 10.50 lakh ($15,000) and Rs 17.50 lakh ($25,000). Besides BitConnect and now Regal Coin, Darji has also been implicated in another cryptocurrency scam involving the Dekado coin. This emerged after a victim who lost Rs 48 lakh (approximately $70,000) filed a report with the police in January. Darji implicated in yet another scam | Source: TwitterThe Dekado coin scam promised investors returns of between 42 – 72 percent within a period of six months. And just like with other cryptocurrency scams Darji has been involved in, recruiters were also awarded referral bonuses.

What Darji’s scams have in common

While the cryptocurrency scams that Darji has been implicated in bear different names, they all follow the same script. This includes the incentives offered to lure investors (high and unrealistic returns) and methods of recruitment (referral bonuses). Additionally, while Darji is allegedly guilty of defrauding Indian residents, the companies behind the scams have all been registered abroad.After words, numbers are my other love… mostly when they are going up and they have nothing to do with taxes or expenses. That makes green my favorite color!

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French Gov’t Minister Open to Enabling Crypto Donations for Notre Dame

French Gov’t Minister Open to Enabling Crypto Donations for Notre Dame

                              

France’s Minister of State for the Digital Sector, Cédric O,

has said he is open to cooperating with cryptocurrency platforms to enable crypto donations for the reconstruction of the Notre Dame cathedral. The news was reported by Bloomberg on April 17. The medieval cathedral suffered a blaze on April 15 that nearly destroyed the world-renowned landmark. Within just two days, donations for the monument’s reconstruction are reportedly approaching 900 million euros (over $1 billion). Cédric O — whose ministry works under the aegis of France’s Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire — noted that the government’s newly-launched website for Notre Dame donations was created extremely quickly and does not as of yet support contributions in cryptocurrencies.

The official site currently links to four approved organizations that are collecting donations for the reconstruction, but Cédric O stressed the government is “open to discussing with others” to help drive the fundraising efforts. The minister said the same conditions would apply to crypto donations as those for fiat currencies — organizations must not charge commissions, data should be collected for tax deductions and the funds should ultimately be routed via one of the four approved organizations.

Major global crypto exchange Binance also launched its own crypto donation program to support reconstruction of the cathedral this week, as reported. The new donation channel is hosted on Binance’s charity platform, which was launched as an initiative of the The Blockchain Charity Foundation (BCF). Earlier this week, Bruno Le Maire affirmed that blockchain technology is a priority for his country’s government. He highlighted the crypto and blockchain regulatory progress heralded by the PACTE Act, which was passed by the French National Assembly earlier this month.

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Ethereum Consortium Launches Token Initiative With Microsoft JPMorgan Chase Others

Ethereum Consortium Launches Token Initiative With Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase, Others

                              

 

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has launched a blockchain-neutral Token

Taxonomy Initiative in partnership with major firms, according to a press release from EEA on April 17. The initiative will seek to define tokens in non-technical and cross-industry terms in a bid to drive enterprise token adoption at scale. The EEA describes itself “a member-driven standards organization whose charter is to develop open, blockchain specifications that drive harmonization and interoperability.” Members of the initiative reportedly include global consulting firm Accenture, major banks Santander and JPMorgan Chase, blockchain incubator ConsenSys, Big Four auditor EY, tech giants Intel, Microsoft and IBM, blockchain consortium R3, international think-tank The Blockchain Research Institute, blockchain r&d firm Clearmatics and others.

The new Token Taxonomy Initiative will aim to establish a shared set of terms and definitions for tokens — whichever blockchain they derive from — as a cornerstone for businesses and developers. Standardization, the EEA’s director Ron Resnick argues, can unlock the frictionless use of tokens “to serve as, or provide access to, a set of goods, financial assets, securities, services, value or content” within enterprise-grade blockchain applications.

As well as clarifying the concept and scope of the token model, the initiative will seek to address use cases, taxonomy and terminology and technical specifications. To this end, the project will aim to establish technical standards that can counter fragmentation between multiple blockchain protocols and ensure interoperability between platforms and use cases — whether the tokens serve currency-like purposes or represent unique assets. The initiative will be structured to include a Token Taxonomy Framework accompanied by an educational initiative, which will be run through structured Token Definition Workshops.

As previously reported, the EEA — which counts over 500 members — is engaged in ongoing token standards work, which began with a focus on Ethereum (ETH) specifications. In fall 2018, Hyperledger and EEA announced their mutual associated membership. The organization extended its global outreach by opening a regional office in China this February. That same month, the EEA announced it would be launching a so-called “token task force,” to be focused on ETH-derived fungible ERC-20 and non-fungible ERC-721 tokens.

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Crypto Mixer Bitcoin Blender Shuts Down Its Service

Crypto Mixer Bitcoin Blender Shuts Down Its Service

Facebook Will Roll Out GlobalCoin in 2020 And Wants Everything To Be Perfect

 

Facebook Will Roll Out “GlobalCoin” in 2020 And Wants Everything To Be Perfect

                   

Facebook is still determined to dominate the world of cryptocurrencies.

Months after creating a blockchain division, the efforts of this team seem to be bearing fruit and the famous “Facebook Coin” already has a name and estimated release date.According to a report published by BBC, the cryptocurrency will be named “GlobalCoin” and will be available for use in a dozen unidentified countries by Q1 2020.

GlobalCoin: The new Stablecoin Created by Facebook to Disrupt the Crypto Ecosystem

Although GlobalCoin will be powered by blockchain technology, it will not be a typical volatile cryptocurrency, instead, it will be pegged to a basket of fiat currencies including dollars, euros, british pounds and other similar currencies. Facebook’s strong secrecy regarding this project may also be nearing its end as they are expected to provide more details about the currency this summer. Facebook has been working hard on the development of GlobalCoin. In addition to hiring a significant number of former PayPal employees, the team has engaged in conversations and consultations with various strategic entities including the Bank of England and the US Treasury.

Also, Facebook has been talking to an undetermined number of exchanges to promote trading and adoption of its cryptocurrency. Among the exchanges contacted one worthy of mention is Gemini, which was created by its former partners, the twins Winklevoss, with whom Mark Zuckerberg previously had legal disputes.Facebook is also in conversations with companies specializing in money remittances to facilitate the conversion of GlobalCoin into fiat local currency without going through traditional banking procedures. Western Union is one of the companies contacted by Facebook according to the BBC.

Not Everyone is Too Happy About This Idea

Facebook’s idea of developing a cryptocurrency raised several alarms, especially because of recent scandals that revealed how social media behemoth had irregularly obtained and marketed private information from its users. In an open letter addressed to Zuckerberg earlier this month, the US Senate and Banking committee asked Facebook’s CEO to clarify certain doubts about this initiative, showing that the project is in

the government’s sights:

“The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Facebook is recruiting dozens of financial firms and online merchants to help launch a cryptocurrency-based payments system using its social network. Last year, Facebook asked U.S. banks to share detailed financial information about consumers. In addition, privacy experts have raised questions about Facebook’s extensive data collection practices and whether any of the data collected by Facebook is being used for purposes that do or should subject Facebook to the Fair Credit Reporting Act”.

So far, Facebook has refused to provide any kind of comment

Top 4 Ways to use Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies in 2019

Top 4 Ways to use Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies in 2019

                                  

Despite the obvious appeal cryptocurrencies have to the majority of the community,

there are still a lot of people who don’t see the added benefits. While it is evident Bitcoin and altcoins are speculative first and foremost, there are other numerous use cases to look into as well. Even in 2019, those use cases have not changed all that much, but it is crucial to remind onlookers as to what these currencies can achieve.

Buying Stuff Online With a Potential Discount

Perhaps the most obvious use case for Bitcoin and altcoins outside of speculation and trading is spending it like a currency. There are many ways to spend one’s cryptocurrency on goods and services regardless of one’s locations around the world. Especially when one doesn’t mind jumping through a few hoops, there isn’t much that can’t be bought with Bitcoin, either online or in-store. It may take some effort, but a potential discount of 5% or more does require some input from the end user. Especially when it comes to the many different gift card providers accepting cryptocurrency payments, the sky is virtually limit. Services like Gyft make it easy to spend Bitcoin – albeit indirectly – at hundreds of retailers whenever one wants to do so. Other intermediary services allow users to buy anything online with cryptocurrency, as long as the vendor ships to the customer’s country. It works quite well, although not everyone likes to rely on additional third-party service providers for buying goods on the internet.

Sending Money Globally

While it might be perhaps the obvious use case for cryptocurrency, it is also one of those aspects people are seemingly far less interested in these days. Bitcoin, as well as the major cryptocurrencies, can easily be transferred around the world as a solution to replace traditional money and bank transfers. Since anyone with an internet connection can get involved in cryptocurrencies, it is more accessible than traditional banking with far fewer requirements to contend with. Especially now that services such as Telegram and WhatsApp bots with cryptocurrency support are becoming more common, things will undoubtedly get very interesting. One has to keep in mind most of these services are limited to just Bitcoin, although it doesn’t take much effort to ask for one’s wallet address either. Further streamlining this process is a necessity to achieve mainstream adoption, but things are progressing rather nicely.

Lending Services for Passive Income

Another logical option to use Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is to let them accumulate more coins in a passive manner. While most of the top currencies do not support staking to increase holders’ balances, the lending services on the market make this process a lot more straightforward. Depending on one’s currency, users can often pocket between 0.5% and 8% interest per annum these days. It is more than one would get for keeping funds in a savings account. Albeit there are many different cryptocurrency lending services these days, users are still relying on third-party providers for this specific business model. There is nothing wrong with doing so by any means, but it all comes down to whether or not the company is a custodian of user funds. Assuming that is not the case, it is definitely an option worth looking into to earn some passive income. However, just buying cryptocurrency to get in on the lending action is not necessarily an advisable course of action.

Freelance Work and Bitcoin Wages

Last but not least, there are hundreds, if not thousands of freelancers active in countries where traditional banking services are hard to come by or simply cumbersome to use. Additionally, there are plenty of people who work for international companies or employers. Finding a suitable payment method which works across borders without incurring high fees is something that will benefit everyone involved. Even for those companies who do not want to get involved in cryptocurrency directly, there are viable alternatives. Using services such as Bitwage allows companies and employers to use traditional payment methods, whereas the recipient can convert the payments to Bitcoin as they see fit. Thanks to services like these, freelancers all over the world can get in on the Bitcoin action and not cause any major headaches for employers along the way.

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GET Protocol announces big new user for its blockchain-based ticketing solution 0 8

GET Protocol announces big new user for its blockchain-based ticketing solution 0 8

                             

Top Banks Are Building a Crypto Settlement System Showing More Mixed Signals On Blockchain Support

Top Banks Are Building a Crypto Settlement System, Showing More Mixed Signals On Blockchain Support

                                

 

The banking industry, now well aware of blockchain’s revolutionary potential,

continues to explore a range of options for integrating the technology into their present operating processes. Although there is no doubt that cryptocurrency poses a threat to their business models, there are also very real opportunities to use it for their own benefit. Nevertheless, the extent to which they are willing to embrace permissionless, trustless platforms remains unclear. Simply put, they respect blockchain’s potential, yet are still trying to create the means to maintain control over how it is used within their own ecosystems.

Reuters has reported that several large international banks are creating a blockchain-based currency to aid in transaction settlement. These banks include UBS, Santander, Credit Suisse, and Barclay’s. They have invested USD $50 million in the project, which will be run by a new entity named “Fnality.” An anonymous spokesperson for the banks has stated that the research and development phase of the venture is coming to an end, thus indicating that the platform could soon be deployed. The coin these banks will create is expected to be a stablecoin, likely pegged to a trusted reserve currency such as the U.S. Dollar or the Euro. It will be used as a digital bridge asset between various fiats. It will probably not be made available on the open market. This architecture is similar to Ripple’s publicly available xRapid, and IBM’s Blockchain World Wire, which uses Stellar Lumens.

Blockchain’s ability to quickly and efficiently move assets across borders is one of its most remarkable features, and banks are wise to embrace this use case. Nevertheless, by design, distributed ledger technology is not meant to be controlled by central entities. Although this new coin may succeed, it is an obvious attempt by these banks to create a platform that can serve the same function as those offered by Ripple and IBM, yet without the reliance on permissionless blockchain networks.

In a sense, this new platform reflects the dilemma that banks are in over the growth and adoption of decentralized cryptocurrency. It is no secret that they overwhelming dislike it, yet at the same time they are forced to recognize that blockchain assets are now firmly entrenched within the global economy, and will no doubt grow much more significant in the coming years. In short, there is no avoiding the blockchain revolution, yet banks are having a very difficult time finding a way to incorporate the technology into their existing business models. Trying to create hybrid, pseudo-cryptocurrencies that they control, as evidenced by this new project, is their present response.

Even if banks want to embrace the crypto revolution, doing so will be very difficult. They are legally bound by a wide range of rules that are largely incompatible with decentralized ledger frameworks. These include tax reporting, know-your-customer, and anti-money laundering regulations. Attempting to fit open and permissionless blockchain assets into a system with such requirements will be difficult, if not impossible, to achieve.

It is still far to early to understand the full impact cryptocurrency will have on the present financial system, yet banks can no longer ignore the fact that changes are taking place. What is certain is that in order to benefit from blockchain technology, banks should not send mixed signals over its use. Whereas it is true that crypto renders much of their services obsolete, it also creates new opportunities to become more efficient and create new business offerings.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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ties start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic. The UPenn course will aid students in understanding how Blockchain can revolutionize payments and how does cryptocurrency work as a system. On the other end of the ocean, in Ireland, Dublin City University is also introducing a masters course on Blockchain and its’ functionalities. In order to accomplish this, the university decided to seek out the help of Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet. In the official announcement, the President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith cheered: DCU is proud to collaborate with Skillnet Ireland on the first of its kind Master’s programme in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies). This too is an online course, which can be taken part-time as well. This program was designed after in-depth research was carried out, in order to identify the main skills and practical knowledge aspiring engineers will need to work with Blockchain efficiently.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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Home News Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Tina Yordanova By Tina Yordanova May 31, 2019 US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency Blockchain News US and Irish universities start offering courses on Blockchain and cryptocurrency 1 Advertisements The University of Pennsylvania and Dublin City University are among the pioneers, who have made a step towards introducing education plans on Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Such courses are expected to experience a rise in popularity as Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction among students. The recent bullish sessions for a majority of the tokens is another reason for students to start thinking about education in this area. The University of Pennsylvania, and specifically the Wharton School, announced the launch of a new online program called “Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technologies.” on 30 May. While the title of the course does not explicitly state a focus on cryptocurrencies, the announced course description reveals a heavy emphasis on the topic.

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