With colleges and universities at the forefront of innovation, would it surprise you to know that the leading higher education institutions around the world, including Stanford, Cornell, and MIT are teaching more classes on the topic of cryptocurrency than ever before? Nina Willdorf, Director of Content and Editorial for Coinbase, joins us to discuss the rise of cryptocurrency education in the United States and around the world, and reveal the results of a report naming the university leaders in crypto education.
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