In recent months, we have seen an increase in demand for Blockchain professionals.
Data from LinkedIn shows that new job postings for Blockchain professionals have tripled in the last 12 months.
The increase in Blockchain-related courses, both online and through educational institutions, reflects an increase in confidence in the technology’s ability to transform the industry in the future. BlockChain technology is now recognized as a workable solution to the challenges of real-world business, which is reflected in both the job market and training courses.
The University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom recently announced the launch of a Blockchain technology lab at its School of Informatics in partnership with IOHK Technology Startup or Input Output Hong Kong.
Stanford University has been offering a university course in Cryptocurrencies, Blockchains and Smart Contracts since 2015. Other universities in the United States, such as California, Berkeley, and MIT, offer courses in this field.
The University of Nicosia in Cyprus offers the first Master of Arts in Digital Currency.
This master’s degree covers all key areas of digital currencies such as regulation, cryptography and Blockchain technology applications. At this university, students can even pay for their education with bitcoin.
BlockChain University and B9lab also offer courses for capable professionals looking to increase their knowledge and have a competitive advantage in the industry.
Source : Iran Blockchaink Laboratory