Video Digest, May 21: SEC Promoted a Fake ICO, Malta Will Implement Blockchain to the Public Transport
Coin Idol TV news channel is featuring the most relevant news from the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency. Today on our digest: US Securities and Exchange Commission promoted a fake Initial Coin Offering, high school students in the Netherlands are to pass an exam on bitcoin math, Malta will implement block chain to improve the public transport system, two digital currency firms are trying hard to obtain banking licenses.
Three Aspects of Blockchain Use in Education
Blockchain technology will bring a breakthrough to the financial sector, a revolution in logistics and disrupt energy market: such headlines have become commonplace in mass media. But will blockchain use be limited to these sectors? Education and science is one of the markets which is rarely mentioned when speaking about blockchain but which badly needs characteristics of this technology: data unalterability, verifiability and accountability.
Tutellus to Leverage Blockchain for Its Education Platform
If you’ve been following the news, you probably know that there is a great hype around the cryptocurrency market nowadays. It’s not just about stratospheric rises in the value of various coins, but blockchain technology, the framework the cryptocurrencies are built upon. Being a decentralized public ledger, blockchain technology possesses great reliability and transparency, thus providing a great solution for people who deal with a considerable amount of information.
Can Blockchain Bring More Educational Opportunities to People in Developing Nations?
There are numerous barriers preventing people worldwide from accessing necessary education. Parents often cannot afford to send their children to school, or the schools themselves are severely underfunded and lack resources to have a quality education. In some cases, there aren’t even schools at all, so young children are left without necessary instructions to carry them into adulthood.
ImmVRse Takes VR into Learning and Neural Activity
Virtual reality has been with us for many many decades, at least as a concept before the existence of the actual technology. But now the technology has now come of age, virtual reality is here to stay.