Tell Us What You Know About Crypto and Blockchain Education

CoinDesk is seeking community opinions by Sept. 7 about the universities and colleges that produce the most brilliant and influential thought leaders, researchers, working professionals or students in the blockchain and crypto industries.

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Updated Aug 31, 2022 at 2:43 p.m. UTC
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The CoinDesk team is going deep into hard data to determine the "2022 Best Universities for Blockchain," our third annual ranking. We are asking for impressions and opinions from employers, workers, academics and students about what they see, feel and know is happening in universities around the world. Please take a few minutes to fill out our opinion survey. All responses are due by Sept. 7.

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