Education Sector: Biggest Market for Blockchain Technology
Blockchain Collective, an Australian Blockchain Institute was successful in launching its course by the name of Advance Diploma of Applied Blockchain, accredited by the Australians Skills Quality Authority thus penetrating the Global Blockchain Education Market.
As noted by the company,
Nowadays, it has becomes a fact that the best way to leverage Blockchain Technology is to learn and invest as much as possible in the education sector as that will have a direct coherence with the relevant market and as the workforce gets trained, the advancement in technology shall also be immense.
Blockchain collective has been growing as a name in the Education Sector as it is an academic institute that provides academic programs on blockchains to all professionals. The institute provides blockchain programs designed to equip college students with “data and expertise to use blockchain frameworks to new and present enterprise executives.”
As reported by iTwire, the Cofounder of Blockchain Collectives Nathan Burns was quoted saying that
“This is just the tip of the iceberg with regard to implementing blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. I feel the timing is comparable to the World Wide Web in the early 1990’s and today, 55% of the worlds population have internet access and use it on a daily basis. Just imagine where we will be in the next 10-20 years, now there is an accredited course.”
As reported by many leading Digital Media Houses, PwC has also been a part of the revolution for a long time and recently has started providing its staff, a two-year digital coaching course on blockchain and different rising applied sciences, with the purpose of decreasing overhead prices for purchasers and strengthening the experience of the corporate in distributed ledger expertise.
With the requirement of more and more Blockchain trained Professionals even in the Big Fours and the recent announcement by EY about the huge employment opportunities for Blockchain & AI professionals, it is high time that the Second and Third world countries also join the revolution and make themselves have an upper edge in this cut throat competitive market.
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