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Blockchain News: Education & Law

Blockchain news in Law and Education

Here is a roundup of interesting stories on Blockchain that got discussed, debated or worked on. Blockchain news and views that caught the eye.

1. The Law joins Blockchain!

China’s Supreme Court Rules that Blockchain Can Legally authenticate evidence which is legally binding, as part of newly clarified litigation procedures in the country’s internet courts. The state of Vermont in USA passed a law that made Blockchain records admissible in court as well.

2. The education sector is collaborating for Blockchain skills

A whopping 151% increase in the number of jobs asking for Blockchain/Cryptocurrency skills in the last one year alone. No one is surprised.

Wharton offered its first full-time course on Blockchain for both undergrad and postgraduate students. Guess what, it is already booked in full. Wharton also joins 17 other universities around the world in a $50 million, multi-year research and development initiative backed by Ripple (a cryptocurrency payment network).

“The Ripple Project” a University Blockchain Research initiative will be an avenue for academic research. Will also cover technical development and innovation in Blockchain & cryptocurrency.

Coursera And ConsenSys Partner To Offer A Free Blockchain Course starting September 2018!

Not to be left behind start-ups in Blockchain are climbing the ranks in the Best places to work Survey by LinkedIn this year.

And for all you Blockchain enthusiasts here is a useful link which has collected information on all the Blockchain conferences, meetups and Summit’s across the globe in September 2018. If there are other events that you are looking forward to, leave a comment here or give us a shout @flyntrok on twitter and we will help and spread the word.

Did you read about the Blockchain District? That sighting evoked quite some chatter. Happy to keep the conversation going. So, whats the latest Blockchain News you have heard?

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