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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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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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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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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Global Coin: Facebook to launch their crypto currency in 2020

Global Coin: Facebook to launch their crypto currency in 2020

                               

 On the crypto currency market,

a very strong and powerful competitor is coming. We are talking about Facebook and its Global Coin that will be talked about for a long time and many people are already ready to bet on it, as if they were on bonuscode-casino.us, given the ease of circulation given by social networks such as Instagram, Facebook itself and Whatsapp.

But what do we currently know about Global Coin? First of all, unlike the Bit Coin, it should be a stablecoin, i.e. one of those virtual currencies subject to little or no volatility. Facebook is known to launch its products after long and thorough industry studies. So it should come as no surprise that your cryptocurrency should follow in the footsteps of other proven and successful payment methods. To name just two of the many examples, the Steem Dollars used by Seetmit, precisely and the Linden Dollars already famous in the early 2000s on the legendary platform Second Life.

Not being a small community of encryption enthusiasts, but a social network frequented by billions of users worldwide, Facebook before launching their crypto currency had to endure a good deal of institutional meetings. These included those with the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney and officials of the Treasury of the United States, who asked for reassurances about the introduction of anti-money laundering regulations that is the real great fear of Governments when talking about crypto currencies.

Although in Menlo Park no statements have yet been made about this, it is almost certain that Global Coin will rely on blockchain technology, given that Facebook has invested in a specialized company. But it will be a private or permissioned blockchain, in other words the social network will be the one to manage the number and spread of nodes, thus establishing the governance of the network. On the other hand, the bitcoin blockchain is going to be public, or permissionless: anyone can access it, there are no owners and it cannot be controlled by a single individual. This is a big difference.

According to what Facebook has leaked to date, GlobalCoin is expected to be released in a few dozen countries by the third quarter of 2020. In addition to the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, India will also be among the target countries, where an experiment on WhatsApp has already allowed making payments directly through the app. The goal of Facebook, in fact, is obviously to have its users use GlobalCoin to make purchases or to send money to their friends directly on the social network.

Facebook is apparently already moving to close trade agreements with the exchanges, the online platforms where crypto currencies are exchanged. Mark Zuckerberg’s men allegedly contacted Coinbase, possibly the most used exchange in the world, and Gemini, the platform created by the Winklevoss twins. Those who have seen the movie “The Social Network”, which tells about the birth of Facebook, know very well the story of the two Winklevoss twins who accused Mark Zuckerberg of having copied his social platform from their idea. For the new project, however, both Facebook and the Winklevoss twins seemed to have buried the hatchet in order to create GlobalCoin.

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Get Cash For Your Crypto Without Ever Selling

Get Cash For Your Crypto, Without Ever Selling

                             

As a crypto holder, you can easily get fiats for your crypto

without selling your coins. This is made possible by crypto lending platforms. These platforms give you fiat loans when you offer your crypto as collateral. On repaying your loan and interest, these platforms return your crypto holdings to you. Crypto lending has proved to be an effective method to swap crypto for fiats, more so when the crypto market is plagued with volatility.

Some of the leading crypto lending platforms are:

BitBond

Launched in 2013, BitBond is a regulated financial institution. The platform has issued business loans to more than 150,000 borrowers across the globe. These virtues poise it as one of the most trustworthy and reputable crypto loan providers. Depending on your creditworthiness and how long you have used BitBond, loan approval periods range from instantly to 14 days.

Advantages of taking a loan from BitBond include,

  • The platform does not need any collateral
  • BitBond is well-reputed
  • Offers businesses quick bitcoin (BTC) loans

Nonetheless, all loans interest rates that start from 1 percent per month. On top of this, there is an origination fee of 2-3 percent. The maximum loan limit of $25,000 is relatively low and the platform does not support crypto-backed loans. Although the firm does not need you to have a good credit score to approve your loan, it requires that you link your business accounts to its platform. It assesses how much you are eligible for by checking your business’ cash flow.

xCoins

Headquartered in Santa Monica, xCoins offers secured bitcoin (BTC) to individuals that seek to buy the coins using credit cards. In so doing, the platform helps its users circumvent the difficulties associated with buying BTC using PayPal or credit cards. Registered xCoins’ users can borrow or lend BTC. Upon making a borrowing request, the service links the matches the request with a lender automatically. This option lets you make money on your BTC holdings without selling them. The borrower sends you the agreed sum of fiats plus interest. Once you confirm the payment, BTC is sent to the borrower. When you need your BTC back you make a borrowing request and pay the agreed amount plus interest.

Advantages of using xCoins include,

  • The platform lets you buy back your BTC using PayPal or credit cards
  • The service has low-interest rates

However, xCoins charges an origination fee, which is deducted from the loan amount.

BlockFi

BlockFi launched in New York two years ago. The platform scaled the heights of the bitcoin loan sector due to its services and the support of Anthony Pompliano. It offers loans in US Dollars and accepts BTC, ETH or LTC as collateral. On top of lending, BlockFi also has interest accounts, which let you earn a 6 percent annual interest on your BTC and ETH.

The platform has several perks. These include,

  • A low Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 4.5 percent
  • A huge loan limit of up to $10 million
  • Availability of BTC and ETH accounts

However, BlockFi has a 2 percent origination fee, which is deducted from the amount loaned to you. The site also has a fairly low Loan to Value (LTV) ration of 50 percent. On top of this, interest accounts have high standards for minimum requirements.

The bottom line

Today, there are more than 30 crypto lending platforms. These include CoinLoan, Nexo, Nebeus and Unchained Capital among others. However, the crypto sector has a lot of scams. To avoid being a victim of fraud, you must exercise due diligence and research a lending platform before giving away your crypto.

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Best Cryptocurrency Passive Income Programs

Best Cryptocurrency Passive Income Programs

                               

The emergence of cryptocurrencies has ushered in new ways to earn extra money.

You can earn money as a trader or even through mining. However, passive cryptocurrency income is emerging as the perfect way to supplement your monthly income. To help you earn passive income, we have several programs that do the work for you. Generally, passive income happens when you invest your money and time. As the investment grows you will generate passive income. In this guide, we look at the best cryptocurrency passive income programs.

HODL Finance

HODL Finance is a European digital lending firm that issues loans backed by cryptocurrency and other digital assets. Apart from loans, HODL Finance allows users to passively earn extra income by depositing digital assets and earn interest.  To get started, HODL Finance will require you to select the stablecoin you would like to support. The platform has listed USDT and USDC with an option for other digital assets.

You will then provide the value of the stablecoin you would like to deposit, the amount and the period in months you would like to deposit the coins. The rates includes 3 months for 4% annual interest, 6 months for 6.5%, 9 months for 6.5% , 12 months for 7% and 18 months for 7.5%. All the interest is earned on a yearly basis. In the final stage, you will provide your name, country of residence and email address. The HODL team will then get in touch with if they have accepted your offer. Note that the company does not sell, buy or exchange cryptocurrency.  This is a perfect source of passive income for individuals who are not willing to sell their digital assets over a long term period.

Kucoin Shares

KuCoin shares (KCS) is a product of KuCoin cryptocurrency exchange. KuCoin is among the leading cryptocurrency exchanges with a good reputation. The exchange allows holders of KCS to profit from the success of the exchange. The more shares you hold the more the dividends you receive. By the time of writing this article, one KuCoin share was selling at $1.07. The easiest way to make a passive income with KuCoin Shares is to buy the shares and hold. You may end up benefitting in the event the token price rises, especially during the bear market.

On the KuCoin Shares website, you will get a calculator to help you determine the profit you will earn from holding KuCoin shares. Before buying the shares, you will have to be a member of the KuCoin exchange. You can buy the shares by first depositing funds into your account. You can deposit cryptos or fiat through a credit card. To buy KCS, visit the exchange page, place a limit order by entering the price you are willing to pay per KCS token. You will then keep KCS in your KuCoin account. The KuCoin shares will be deposited into your account daily. The amount will vary based on how much money KuCoin has made from trading fees. Note that, KuCoin uses 50% of all trading fees to buy back KCS and redistribute it to holders.

Nexo

Nexo is among the leading platform offering cryptocurrency backed loans. Recently, the platform launched a program that can be ideal for earning passive income. Nexo is offering a 6.5% interest rate on Dai, PAX, USDC, USDT, and TUSD stablecoins. The interest rate is compounded on an annual basis but all payments are done daily. Compared to traditional banks, this is a lucrative interest rate that guarantees you higher returns in the end. You can withdraw any amount at any given time. All the payments are automatic and you access the funds through the Nexo wallet.

According to Nexo, this program not only enables investors to earn some passive income, but it also helps in protecting the stablecoins. For Nexo loans, the platform supports popular cryptos like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Note that cryptocurrency loans can also be a source of passive income. If the value of the asset you are using as collateral goes up during the loan period, the borrower gets to keep the extra gains. You can end up with the same, or even more money after the loan has been repaid with interest. Furthermore, funds on Nexo are secured through asset-backed portfolios of overcollateralized loans. The collateral of each loan is subject to custodial insurance of $100 million offered by BitGo.

Decred

Decred a cryptocurrency that aims to solve blockchain governance issues. Creators of the asset want to make it an autonomous currency, run by its community. Decred is among the first assets to incorporate the Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake at once. This means that miners and stakers both have the voting power to make decisions. In short, a holder’s opinion is of high value within the community. Based on its nature, holding the asset can have good returns in the long run.

You can make a passive income from Decred’s PoS ticket system. When you hold the asset, you qualify to purchase tickets. In the event your ticket gets drawn, you will get back the ticket amount with an additional reward. On the other hand, if your ticket is not drawn, you will still get back the Decred that was invested into the ticket. If you stake Decred, you can earn 10.47% in staking rewards while the monthly staking reward stands at 0.87%. Note that holders who participate in Decred’s decision-making get rewards for their efforts. Anyone can join the community due to sustainable funding and a resilient contractor model.

Conclusion

Over the years, passive income has been associated with other forms of online investments. With the growth of cryptocurrencies, passive income is steadily gaining popularity with new programs coming out. Cryptocurrency passive income is the easiest form of income for any crypto fan. Previously, mining was the best passive income channel, but the sector has become unprofitable. The highlighted programs have proved to be among the best when it comes to earning extra monthly income. However, just like any other cryptocurrency investment, conduct your research before putting money in any program. Additionally, you should be comfortable with losing the money you invest.

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How to Buy Litecoin in 2019 Preparing for the Litecoin August 2019 Halving

How to Buy Litecoin in 2019 – Preparing for the Litecoin August 2019 Halving

                                  

Litecoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency

and open-source software project with similarities to Bitcoin. Litecoin is among the successful altcoins in the cryptocurrency market. The cryptocurrency deploys the same encryption techniques to transfer and create funds and to confirm transactions just like Bitcoin. Litecoin differs from Bitcoin since it has a larger amount of coins and it has faster transaction rates. Generally, Litecoin is a better version of Bitcoin but lacks brand awareness. Litecoin is currently trading at $89.00 by the time of writing this article with a market capitalization of $5,502,066,609. Since the beginning of 2019, Litecoin has shown strong performance making it a cryptocurrency worth investing in. The cryptocurrency world is gearing up towards Litecoin’s August halving. The halving is expected to have an impact on the value of Litecoin.

What is Litecoin Halving and Its Impact on Price?

Halving can be defined as the process where miner’s rewards are halved following a predetermined block. The halving feature was introduced by Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous creator of Bitcoin. Halving protects cryptocurrencies from inflation. The process also ensures that not all the blocks are mined so soon. In August 2019, Litecoin is set to undergo its second halving. With Litecoin, we have only a total of 84 million coins that will exist. Note that the halving process happens every 840,000 blocks. Litecoin halving usually takes place after every four years. The last halving occurred in August 2015 when the network reached 840,000 blocks. The impact of halving is evident now since prior to the previous halving, Litecoin was trading at $3. Contrary to popular beliefs, halving does not affect miners only but investors as well. As the number of blocks is mined, mining becomes difficult translating to more resources. However, mining rewards decrease. As a way of tackling the decrease in mining rewards, the value of Litecoin increases as well.

How to Buy Litecoin In 2019

There are various ways of buying Litecoin in preparation for the August halving. However, before purchasing Litecoin, you need to prepare by having an appropriate wallet. You can get hardware or software wallet. Note that hardware wallets are the best for storing cryptocurrencies due to security reasons. Some of the popular hardware wallets to consider for your Litecoin is the Ledger Nano S and the TREZOR One. Popular software wallets compatible with Litecoin are Exodus and Jaxx. The Exodus wallet is compatible with the desktop while Jaxx is compatible with mobile devices. The most popular way of buying Litecoin is through cryptocurrency exchanges. Litecoin is gaining popularity, meaning that more exchanges are willing to list the cryptocurrency. Here are popular exchanges where you can buy Litecoin.

Buying Litecoin From Coinbase

Coinbase is among the leading cryptocurrency exchanges globally with a good reputation. On the exchange, you can buy Litecoin through various means. Coinbase accepts purchasing Litecoin directly through the use of a credit/debit card. You can also buy Bitcoin or Ethereum then trade it for Litecoin afterward. To get started, you need to create an account with Coinbase. Ensure the exchange is available in your area of residence. As part of the registration process, you will then need to confirm your identity by providing the necessary verification documents.

On Coinbase you can also buy Ethereum or Bitcoin then exchange it for Litecoin. To add your card, visit the payments methods page and select the ‘Add Payment Method’ button. You will then select ‘’Credit/Debit Card’. Note that to navigate this stage, your account must be fully verified. You will then accept the prompt explaining the pending charges. To proceed, log into your cardholder account and confirm the charges. You will then see a window that says “Credit/Debit Card Added’ and a ‘Buy Digital Currency’ button. You can now buy either Litecoin, Bitcoin or Ethereum from the ‘Buy/Sell’ page.

Buy Litecoin On Binance

Binance is another leading cryptocurrency exchange. Despite the recent hack, Binance still has the confidence of the entire cryptocurrency community. On the exchange, you have to start by creating an account through the official website or the mobile application. To proceed, you will need to verify your account through a code sent via your email.

With Binance, you can first buy Bitcoin or Ethereum then exchange it for Litecoin. To start the process, you need to access the Binance Credit Card Page. You can also access the page by logging into your Binance account then click on ‘Funds’ and then ‘Buy With Credit Card’. You will then select the type of cryptocurrency you would like to buy and then enter your order amount. A second bar pops up with the total amount that you will incur. In the next stage, you will have to customize the amount you have selected. Binance allows you to buy any amount of Bitcoin using a credit card. You can toggle the base currency of your credit card between USD or EUR. The Total Charge section indicated is the payment to be made inclusive of the service provided and the handling fee.

Additional Information For Simplex

Binance has partnered with payment platform, Simplex to facilitate buying of cryptocurrencies using a credit card. To complete the transaction, you will have to provide additional information to Simplex. Once you fill out the necessary fields, agree to the terms and conditions and privacy policy and then you can proceed. After verifying your account, click continue. You will then enter the necessary card information. Click on ‘Pay Now’ and you will then undergo ID verification. To verify your ID, Simplex gives you a number of options. You can take a selfie holding the card used to make the payment or upload your ID issued by the government. You can also use a passport, national ID card or your driver’s license. Note that the identification document should show your name and date of birth. If all the details are in order, you will have successfully purchased your Bitcoins or Ethereum. It takes about 30 minutes for the purchased cryptos to reflect in your Binance account. You can later exchange your Bitcoin or Ethereum for Litecoin.

Buy Litecoin on eToro

eToro is a leading cryptocurrency investment platform that allows you to buy and sell Litecoins for fiat currency. eToro is known to have a user-friendly interface alongside good customer support. Note that if you opt to use eToro you don’t actually need a Litecoin wallet. This is because eToro does not supply you the actual coins. eToro allows you to short a certain currency if you think its price will decline. If you do decide to use eToro for speculation purposes, keep in mind that cryptocurrencies can fluctuate in prices and are not appropriate for all investors. Additionally, note that trading cryptocurrencies are not under any EU regulatory framework.

Conclusion

Litecoin continues to shows its ability in the cryptocurrency world. The coin has a vibrant community alongside a strong development team that seeks to propel it to the next level. With the upcoming August halving, the value of Litecoin has the potential to increase hence the need to invest in the asset. We have different ways of buying Litecoin and the covered exchanges are ideal for getting your asset. Buying Litecoin with a credit or debit card is among the efficient methods available. The process is efficient and in most cases instant. It is important to consider the safety of your Litecoin by ensuring you store them in a secure wallet. Most preferably a hardware wallet. Exchange wallets are susceptible to hackings.

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Taklimakan Network Launches New-Look Crypto Platform Through AI and Blockchain Technology

Taklimakan Network Launches New-Look Crypto Platform Through AI and Blockchain Technology

                              

Bitcoin Press Release:

Taklimakan Network is a crypto trading and education platform that uses AI, blockchain and social networking to provide cryptocurrency users a one-stop solution for all trading needs.

25 May, 2019, SINGAPORE –: Taklimakan.Network cryptocurrency trading platform has developed a platform that enables users to negate the need for multiple platforms, offering a unique, all-in-one experience. On average, the typical trader uses one platform for trading, another for news, and at least one social media platforms to connect with like-minded individuals to gain insight or share thoughts, market trends or ideas.

Fragmented Information Source

Cryptocurrency has a lot to offer, but one of the biggest hurdles being faced by its users is that the information source for the decentralized assets is fragmented. Cryptocurrency traders and investors must use multiple sources of information with differing degrees of service, leading to a variety of issues.

  • Communication between service users and providers is ineffective.
  • Quality of service is not up to par.
  • Lack of a universal source of information.
  • Lack of latest technology (such as artificial intelligence (AI)) use in trading.
  • A dearth of statistical data for proper crypto analysis.
  • Low level of financial knowledge among crypto enthusiasts.
  • Exhausting process of crypto trading education.

Centralizing for the Decentralized Market

Taklimakan.Network has built a wide array of services and information sources so cryptocurrency traders, investors and users do not have to worry about visiting different platforms to learn, catch on the latest cryptocurrency news, and find other traders. The platform offers:

  • News: The latest crypto news from around the world is aggregated along with current projects and crypto expert opinions and integrated in one portal.
  • Education Material: A complete library containing all the cryptocurrency related information a novice or an expert user might need.
  • Analytics: Different tools and analytical reviews of the cryptocurrency market news for better trading and investment decision.
  • Trading Tools: Signals and strategies from top traders.
  • Social Networking: Blogs and chat rooms for connecting with like-minded people.

Taklimakan Network Deployment

The Taklimakan Network is already a fully functional product, available to all users. The platform will be adding more functionalities in the near future that includes:

    • Investment Section: People will be able to showcase their projects and attract investors and project supporters.
    • Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange:
  • Freelance Cryptocurrency Exchange:
  • AI: Integration of artificial intelligence for better trading solutions.
  • Gamification: Different games for traders to unwind or be entertained.
  • Crypto Market: A cryptocurrency sale and purchase market along with a list of online shopping platforms that accept cryptocurrency payments.

About Taklimakan Network

While most other cryptocurrency platforms in development promise their users a service, Taklimakan Network already has a beta version, with full functionality just around the corner. The Taklimakan team consists of experts from various financial institutions such as Barclay’s, RBS and Russell Investment and graduates from top universities such as Cambridge.

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