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.
PArSEC — short for “parallelized architecture for scalably executing smart contracts” — runs on the ERC-20 standard, so it could have other applications, too.
MIT Digital Currency Initiative introduces at-scale, programmable CBDC platform
Decentralized solutions can make academic research more secure and more accessible.
Universities use blockchain-based storage to protect and democratize data
As an MIT professor in 2018, Gary Gensler didn’t think most ICOs triggered United States securities laws.
Gary Gensler links crypto with cash in viral 2018 video — Crypto Twitter reacts
Members of the crypto community have called out the SEC Chairman for “shilling” Algorand.
SEC's Gensler called ALGO 'great technology' in 2019: SEC now deems it a security
An active-duty United States Space Force astronautical engineer is proposing a new cybersecurity tool to the Pentagon: Bitcoin.
MIT Space Force major proposes Bitcoin mining as cybersecurity tool
Universities have been helping with blockchain-related research for quite some time and, now, some world-class universities have added the technology to their c...
Top universities have added crypto to the curriculum
The bank will work alongside the MIT Media Labs’ Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) team to examine how “advanced technologies could affect the potential design ...
Bank of Canada collaborating with MIT on CBDC research