The world of cryptocurrency is increasing by the day despite its ups and downs. The University of Cincinnati, UC) in Ohio, United States, has even established courses around cryptocurrency as part of its curriculum.
This is the latest feat to be achieved by digital currencies which have been predicted to replace fiat currencies. Cryptocurrencies are attracting a lot of attention from academic institutions with the recent being UC.
In fact, UC is working on two new programs that will educate students about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) and emerging financial technologies.
Reports gathered from UC News Story stated that the projects are being funded longtime supporter of the institution. Dan Kautz and Woody (Woody) Uible, will be providing funds through the UC’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business.
The funding also covered the creation of public-private lab space in the new Digital Future headquarters, which is expected to open later in 2022.
Students are expected to be taught on courses regarding Bitcoin and other digital assets. This is seen as a step in the right direction despite the recent crypto crash.
As the future of cryptocurrency seems to look uncertain, its use cases are no doubt expanding. One of which is its use as a legal tender in El Salvador.
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