What blockchain could mean for higher education

While blockchain originally rose to prominence as the technology behind bitcoin, its potential goes beyond recording and validating cryptocurrency transactions. And it's not just the financial sector that's already experimenting with blockchain; other sectors requiring a verifiable audit trail are also exploring the potential benefits. Academic credentials, for example, need to be universally recognized and verifiable and this generally involves a tedious and complex process. Jami Morshed explor...
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