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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 Andhra Pradesh Government is collaborating with leading technology and blockchain startups in Singapore and the University of California to establish a blockchain technology institute.
Majority of the users of cryptocurrencies only appreciate and apply its characteristic as a flexible means of liquidity.
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.
Kraken exchange has partnered with The Economist to ask students, from selected MBA programmes, about their preference between the two digital currency networks and why.
22-25 November, the first ever Blockchain Summer School will be opened in Harare, Zimbabwe. The target audience are local businesses that have been hit hardest by the current financial crisis.
Some of the most relevant Italian fintech figures told Cointelegraph about their new Bitcoin-related projects.
Australian company develops a Blockchain technology that will assist governments, financial institutions to transit into the cryptocurrency technology.
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.
For the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin, the most important players are its users, even though collaboration with the government is essential as well.
Is your organization competing for Blockchain technology expertise on the hiring front? Cointelegraph takes a closer look at the current situation.
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.
Sony Global Education, a division of the Japanese electronics giant Sony Corporation, announced a new blockchain technology to share educational data with third parties.
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.
The name “Bitcoin wallet” is a bit of a misnomer.
Congressional Bitcoin Education Day was this past Friday in Washington D.C. but the important question needs to be asked, did it accomplish anything?
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.
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.
Payment service provider and future BitRuble issuer Qiwi are launching a series of blockchain focused master classes called “Promising Distribution”
Holberton Software Engineering School announced it will become the first school to deliver academic certificates that are secured and accessible via Bitcoin’s blockchain.
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.
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.
This month, the number of educational institutions welcoming students who wish to pay using digital currency has increased substantially.
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.
The Bitcoin Center NYC continues its dedication to the cultural side of Bitcoin with a unique exhibition from the Museum of Interesting Things.
Which community is more generous?
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.
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.
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