Blockchain bootcamp at RMIT

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With blockchain becoming the buzzword in the digital world, RMIT university based in Melbourne, Australia, has announced a new eight-week boot camp to master the new technology.

“Blockchain is now becoming a core part of contemporary digital literacy,” Vice Chancellor Martin Bean of RMIT said today soon after announcing the course. The 8-week online course will start mid-March giving students an opportunity to listen to global experts on the subject.

The demand for students who are seeking to know more about Blockchain, mining and digital assets have soared since the technology was first introduced in 2008 with seminars and conferences being conducted across the nation.

In 2017, the Federal government invested $2.57 million to help power a start-up project that could make peer-to-peer solar energy trading a reality.

HST and PowerLedger are two successful projects launched on Blockchain. You can access their tokens from most leading exchanges. Coin Spot and Independent Reserve are the two leading exchanges that work out of Australia.

 

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