The size of the blockchain market is projected to reach nearly $25 million by 2023, leading universities around the world to embrace the study of decentralized financial systems.
A recent Coinbase study found that 42% of the top 50 universities worldwide now offer at least one course on cryptocurrency and blockchain, with the highest concentration in institutions based in the U.S.
For example, last year Stanford University launched its Center for Blockchain Research as an incubator for technology innovation and development.
In addition, Coinbase found that students in law, business, and the social sciences were more interested in taking cryptocurrency courses than those in economics and math.
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