A Business School in Paris is Accepting Fees in Bitcoin for Providing Blockchain Courses
A Paris-based fintech school established in 2014, is presently allowing the users to pay the fees in Bitcoins for their studies in blockchain technology. Students have the option to select post-bachelor and MBA level qualifications. The school also offers courses in the field of financial education and the blockchain industry.
In order to adapt itself with the surging and fresh trends in the market, the school is offering the students to pay in cryptocurrencies for providing courses in the blockchain sector.
As per the institution, 25% of the foreign students transferring huge amounts of money, is a complicated process, thus crypto payments can make the payments simpler and lucid. In addition to this, the school will have the potential to trace and protect the transfers.
In order to accomplish this undertaking, the school signed a partnership with the Coin Capital– a blockchain startup which is based in Paris. The firm will be assisting the overall payment transactions in cryptocurrencies and help the students to execute the essential payments.
there were five students who were capable of paying the fees in crypto.
One of them is Adam Hasib who was an early investor in the cryptocurrency.
“I was very fascinated about the technology and was keenly interested in it and became a constant follower of the blockchain’s distributed ledger technology. In the year 2017, I obtained my first bitcoins which gave me the opportunity to pay my fees in the cryptocurrency.”
Many different universities are offering courses in blockchain and cryptocurrencies globally. As per the jobs listing platform Glassdoor, the number of blockchain-related jobs has increased by 300 percent in the United States in 2017.
This depicts the ever-growing demand for blockchain-skilled individuals and the blockchain industry is paying higher salaries than the other sectors. Thus, universities have started to provide new courses in cryptocurrencies and blockchain era.
As per the reports, the London School of Economics also decided to introduce a new course known as “Cryptocurrency Investment and Disruption. Similarly, in countries like Argentina, Brazil, Romania, Australia, new subjects have been introduced related to the distributed ledger technology.