MIT, or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a university and research center located in Cambridge, MA, USA. MIT is one of the most prestigious technological educational establishments both in the USA and in the world. MIT is also popular for its innovative activity directed on robotics and artificial intelligence. Also, the university has its own MIT cybersecurity course. In terms of MIT and cryptocurrency, blockchain technology at MIT is being considering as a system of awarding digital diplomas in addition to traditional ones and, besides that, the university has its own standards and certificates for blockchain. Also, the university is origin place of MIT Bitcoin Expo, which is a big conference concerned with using innovative technologies in the financial sphere.
Crypto industry captains are throwing their support behind a long-term project from MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative to enhance Bitcoin’s security.
Crypto leaders back MIT’s four-year initiative to harden Bitcoin’s security
The next leader of the U.S. securities regulator seems to be sympathetic to the mission of decentralization.
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In the U.S., all eyes are on Joe Biden's planned appointees, while Europe is seeing progress under a new AML regime.
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The Federal Reserve Bank has been exploring digital currencies to modernize the U.S. payments sector.
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Can MIT help the U.S. catch up to China in the CBDC race?
MIT is helping the Boston Fed build a CBDC that can be scaled for consumer use
The Oasis Foundation has announced a new University Program, bringing together blockchain societies from leading universities like Oxford and Cornell.
20 Top Universities Join Oasis Blockchain Network's Data Program
Fed Governor Lael Brainard shares updates about the U.S. digital currency initiative and why it is crucial to understand CBDCs.
Boston’s Federal Reserve Bank and MIT to Tackle Digital Currency Research