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This month, the number of educational institutions welcoming students who wish to pay using digital currency has increased substantially.
The name “Bitcoin wallet” is a bit of a misnomer.
Amid all the lawmaking, it seems meanwhile that the remedy to allow the lay man to embrace Bitcoin really is “education, education, education”.
The best any of us can do is rely on mathematical models to give us confidence in our own educated guesses as to whether the exchange value of a Bitcoin will go up or down tomorrow.
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Holberton Software Engineering School announced it will become the first school to deliver academic certificates that are secured and accessible via Bitcoin’s blockchain.
Draper University of Heroes, venture capitalist Tim Draper’s eponymous entrepreneurship school in San Mateo, announced in a release Tuesday that it would begin to offer a free online course in Bitcoin.
Jeremy Gardner is the cofounder and Executive Director of the College Cryptocurrency Network - an international non-profit dedicated to blockchain education, innovation, and development that has taken root at MIT and has since then grew into a global network.
Digital currency education site Coin Academy announces a partnership with college cryptocurrency clubs network the College Cryptocurrency Network to boost cryptocurrency education among American students.
Code to Inspire just launched an Indiegogo campaign for the first coding center in Afghanistan of women, for women, by women, with the goal of prepping Afghan girls for careers in programming.
Payment service provider and future BitRuble issuer Qiwi are launching a series of blockchain focused master classes called “Promising Distribution”
If you've sent Bitcoins to someone you may have noticed that you sometimes seem to send a larger amount of Bitcoins than intended. Ever wonder why that happens? We'll explain.
Today, an online course delivery platform Skilljar announced it is accepting Bitcoin for hundreds of online education classes.
The latest study from Accenture shows that only 6% of board directors and just 3% of CEOs of the world’s biggest banks have any technology experience, reports Business Wire.
With BitLicense regulations causing outrage in the community, the Chamber of Digital Commerce is enlisting participants for "Bitcoin Education Day" on Capitol Hill.
Congressional Bitcoin Education Day was this past Friday in Washington D.C. but the important question needs to be asked, did it accomplish anything?
Education and bitcoin seem to be on a roll. First, there was Canada's McGill University students receiving free bitcoins and bitcoin education. Next, there was a Princeton professor giving free Bitcoin classes in a virtual classroom.
Cryptocurrency is not only shaking up the finance system, it is changing the way society is thinking. The Oxford Dictionary Online, the world’s arbiter of what is and is not English has recently accepted cryptocurrency as a word.
MIT's new arrangement with the CO-OP will now give the students a handy place to spend Bitcoins and save money on books and materials at the same time.
Enter the Interactive Bitcoin Mind Map, a product that comes courtesy of Choice Loans. It was high time the process of Bitcoin education started producing simplified outreach material.
Some of the most relevant Italian fintech figures told Cointelegraph about their new Bitcoin-related projects.
With the high mobile phone penetration already in place, Africa is set to enable more users to download a Bitcoin wallet on their devices.
The UK Government explores Blockchain as a possible way to increase efficiency. Bitcoin’s distributed ledger may help distribute taxpayers’ money as well as grants and student loans.
Blockchain is a revolutionary technology which finds application in multiple industries, not just banking and fintech. What are the different applications making the headlines in the recent past? Let us take a look.
Students, that demonstrate outstanding technical skills during the course on coding smart contracts, might receive the benefit of being employed by Ethereum Labs and ConsenSys.
Match & Teach Me, a humanitarian educational project, tackles the Greek refugee crisis through an innovative combination or psychometric matching of learning styles and blockchain technology.
Students can now use Bitcoin to pay for tuition in Prague. The CEVRO Institut University in Prague has become the next university to accept Bitcoin.
Sony Global Education, a division of the Japanese electronics giant Sony Corporation, announced a new blockchain technology to share educational data with third parties.
The Lancaster-based university of Cumbria has become the first higher education institution in the world to register its first student who has paid for tuition using Bitcoin.
The Cypriot Bitcoin community has been talking about this for some time, and now it’s finally here: The University of Nicosia in Cyprus has opened up registration for its massive free online open course, “Introduction to Digital Currencies.”
Clea Benson at Bloomberg reports that less than half of Americans even know what Bitcoin is.
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