Students who want to change the world are attracted to blockchain education, a professor says.
The world may be buzzing about blockchain and its recent influx of ICO-based capital, but a lack of skilled developers threatens to hold up growth.
A prominent bank in the Netherlands is working with a local university to develop a series of blockchain prototypes.
Boston University has convened a task force to explore how digital currencies could provide assistance in conflict zones.
Imperial College London has established a research center dedicated to blockchain initiatives.
Universities have been quick to embrace cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, here is a round-up of some of the most crypto-friendly institutions to date.
A coffee shop located on the campus of Mexico's Universidad de las Américas Puebla is now accepting bitcoin.
Pompeu Fabra joins MIT, Simon Fraser University and the University of Zurich as universities that have installed bitcoin ATMs.
Two top American colleges, New York University and Duke University, are offering courses on cryptocurrencies for the first time.
The Massive Open Online Course also offers accelerated sessions for the fast-learning and time-poor.