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The reach of blockchain technology will expand into the education sector.
Blockchain is most commonly known as the technology underpinning the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. But in recent years the open source code of the Bitcoin blockchain has been taken and extended by many groups to expand its capabilities. KMi will look at how blockchain technology can enhance the leaner experience, storing all learning outcomes in an expanding eportfolio for all students.
15 Mar 2019
04 Mar 2019
Michelle Suzanne Bachler
11 Oct 2018
26 Sep 2018
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