Cointelligence, has announced its partnership with the University of Nicosia, via the Institute For the Future (IFF) with the aim of “educating the masses” with regards to cryptocurrency and the blockchain.
Cointelligence, who conduct data research and analysis for the crypto economy and creates relevant tools for investors, believe that knowledge is power and that the more people who understand crypto and blockchain, the more mainstream it will become. It is easy to find extensive reams of data, but collecting and taking only what you need is not easy, Cointelligence was “created to bridge this information gap in the crypto economy”.
The Institute For the Future is an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of Nicosia, aimed at advancing emerging technologies and contributing to their effective application in industry, government, education and society. Their vision is to “become a leading academic institution and a top global player spearheading interdisciplinary innovation”. The university itself is the first to offer a Master of Science degree in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. They publish academic diplomas on the Bitcoin blockchain and accept tuition fees in Bitcoin.
Guest Lectures And Webinars
The partnership will be providing exciting content which will include monthly guest blog posts by faculty members and students at the university, monthly webinars and inside looks at the MSc classes. The Cointelligence team will be providing guest lectures for students, including their CEO and founder, On Yavin and CSA, Hosam Mazawi.
Cointelligence will also be assisting the University of Nicosia with the recruitment of researchers and developers working in the blockchain space.
The University of Nicosia is already a leader in educating the masses. They already run the first free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on digital currencies. The course is available to anyone around the world and is taught by industry experts Andreas Antonopoulos and Antonis Polemitis. The course covers both a technical overview of decentralized digital currencies, as well as their broader economic, legal and financial context.