Besides being home to 10,000 natives bees, the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) also offers 130+ clubs and societies for students to engage in their passions, including blockchain.
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UTS scholars have published 104 blockchain research papers that earned 3,104 citations. Student-run blockchain clubs such as the UTS Fintech Forum have an active calendar of events such as “Taxing Crypto and New-Digital Assets: A New Industry Rises."
Inside the classroom, the UTS offers two classes for students to learn about financial technology. Online, the university also offers a fintech in banking certificate.
Industry partners include the Oasis Protocol Foundation to support the Oasis network, run nodes, and contribute to a responsible data economy.
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