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Student Organizations Pull Their Weight in DeFi Protocol Governance
Crypto-curious students find valuable hands-on experience and empowerment in policy elections, a typically low-participation area of the Web3 ecosystem
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Crypto and the ‘Law of the Horse’
There’s no such thing as "crypto law." So why are so many people studying it? This article is part of CoinDesk’s “Education Week.”
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Why Would Anyone Take a College Course on Urbit?
Neal Davis taught the first graduate-level seminar on the controversial computing platform Urbit. Here’s why.
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Circle to Roll Out Free Crypto Literacy Program to HBCUs
Students who perform well will get a leg up to apply for Circle internships and employment. This story is part of CoinDesk's Education Week.
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'Decentralization Under Centralization': How Chinese Universities Teach Blockchain
President Xi wants China to be the world’s leader in blockchain technology but has banned its most popular uses. Students and faculty wonder whether universities can successfully teach blockchain with Chinese characteristics, and if graduates can find jobs. This story is part of CoinDesk's Education Week
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Introducing Education Week: How to Learn About Web3
Technology moves fast. How will we keep up?
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Why Rankings – Including University Rankings – Are Crap
I developed CoinDesk’s Best Universities for Blockchain rankings in 2020, and have been tortured to some degree by them ever since.
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Tell Us What You Know About Crypto and Blockchain Education
CoinDesk is seeking community opinions by Sept. 7 about the universities and colleges that produce the most brilliant and influential thought leaders, researchers, working professionals or students in the blockchain and crypto industries.
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Circle Launches ‘Digital Financial Literacy’ Module for Students at Bowie State and Rhodes Universities
The module will be available to students in Maryland and South Africa in the coming months.
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The Top Universities for Blockchain: Overperformers and Underperformers
How schools in CoinDesk’s ranking match up with general university rankings.
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