South Korea Wants To Create A New Generation Of Blockchain Experts Via Special Training
The Ministry of Science and Technology of South Korea made a big step towards the preparation of its first party of specialists in blockchain.
The Department of Information and Communications of the Ministry of Science and Technology of South Korea held its first lecture on blockchain on September 3rd.
This marks the beginning of an investment of $ 90 million (100 billion won) by the South Korean government to represent the development strategy of blockchain technology.
Candidates for the course were selected through a series of applications. As a result 42 candidates were successfully selected for this course.
As part of this program, students will receive daily technical training and technical training for the next six months to create experts who can immediately start working after graduation.
Indeed, the academic interest in technology is not limited to public research and teaching. A recent survey conducted by Coinbase showed that almost half of the world’s best universities now teach at least one blockchain course.
Considering the popularity of cryptocurrencies in South Korea, the government is trying to provide those wishing to get an education in this area.