If you don’t understand how blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, works, you are not alone.
However, the secrets of blockchain are now within reach. Crypto Chain University launched today, sets to lead as a research-only institute, focused on the public policy issues facing blockchain, cryptocurrency and decentralized computing technologies like the Bitcoin.
The university, is currently does not have any courses, or programmes, nor offers any certification, it serves as a research-only institute, providing one of the oldest and largest Crypto and Blockchain institutional academic archives and repository in the world.
“The University, was founded with the purpose of developing a resource made available for all, embracing the theory of decentralization, basically to make knowledge and education of Crypto and Blockchain free for all, as much as possible.” says Herbert Sim (@herbertrsim), Founder of Crypto Chain University, sharing with Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj, the founder of CEOworld Magazine in an exclusive interview.
Herbert went onto share about the university’s arms, which he designed himself – a shield with the symbols of a bull, a bear, and a book, embossed on it. It was conceptualized referencing the Harvard University’s Veritas Logo.
The bull symbolizes bullish, and the bear symbolizes bearish, characterized by rising share prices. And the book above both represents the pursuit of knowledge, of both Crypto and Blockchain. The book is opened, representing knowledge made available, free for all.
These three symbols are all encompassed within one united shield symbolizing the latin word “fiducia” (“confidence”, “trust”, “assurance”, “faith”, “reliance”, and “security”), and the securing of the latin word “scientia” (“knowledge”, “science”, “skill”, “expertness”, “awareness”, and “acquaintance”).
The university, a non-profit, seeks to raise capital to run the operations, to create awareness for both Blockchain and Crypto, acting as a charity with benefits to the public.
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