A record number of Colleges and Universities now offer Crypto and blockchain courses
Students are taking more crypto and bitcoin classes than ever before
Report Reveals: Leaders in Crypto Education
In 2019, 56% of the world’s top 50 universities offer at least one course on crypto or blockchain (up from 42% last year)
Satellite Interviews Available:
Nina Willdorf, Director of Content and Editorial, Coinbase
August 29, 2019 (Thursday)
Ten years ago, cryptocurrencies were largely unknown to the world’s general population. This all changed in 2009 with the creation of Bitcoin. Coinbase has seen this growth first-hand, as the number of accounts its customers have set up grew to more than 30 million in 2019 signaling a rise in awareness and adoption.
With colleges and universities at the forefront of innovation, would it surprise you to know that the leading higher education institutions around the world, including Stanford, Cornell, and MIT are teaching more classes on the topic of cryptocurrency than ever before?
Now is your chance to hear the results of a new report revealing the top universities, courses of interest, and growth factors in cryptocurrency.
On Tuesday, August 29nd, Nina Willdorf, Director of Content and Editorial for Coinbase, will be available via satellite from New York City to discuss the rise of cryptocurrency education in the United States and around the world, and reveal the results of a report naming the university leaders in crypto education.
Suggested topics and questions this segment will cover include:
Notable trends in mainstream adoption and awareness of cryptocurrencies
What has led to the universities offering courses in cryptocurrency – and what are they teaching
How awareness of cryptocurrencies can lead to job opportunities
Best (and free) resources for people to educate themselves about cryptocurrencies.
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