Stanford University startups course: Build a bitcoin crowdfunding site
Stanford University is offering a course to young entrepreneurs which requires them to build a bitcoin crowd funding system.
Lawrence Rufrano allegedly hid his work at Stanford and blockchain startup Factom from disability benefits regulators.
Stanford University launches the Center for Blockchain Research and Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum, is one of the sponsors.
Bitcoiners are looking for persistent USD inflation to validate their favorite asset. That’s unlikely to happen soon, economists say, but low interest rates are still a boon for BTC.
Not to be outdone by Stanford, MIT Media Lab has announced its own course to inspire bitcoin's young talent.
Stanford is joining NYU and Duke University in offering a course on bitcoin – kicking off with a free security webinar tomorrow.