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Crypto Chain University Rebrands With New Logo

Today, Crypto Chain University, the oldest institution for compilation of Crypto and Blockchain research in the world, established in 2010, has officially announced their fresh new logo.

“The new logo retains the same symbols of the University, the bull, the bear, and the book, all of which signifies what the University stands for,” shared Herbert Sim, founder of Crypto Chain University during an exclusive interview with Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj, CEO and editorial director of CEOWORLD magazine.

“The most distinct new change is however designed subtly, with the symbol ‘ፐ’, as the skeleton structure, the center piece, of the University’s logo, which some may refer it to crypto or blockchain project Tokens; which is also the website of the University – ፐ.com.”

Herbert continued, “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”).

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Jessica Todd Swift
Jessica Todd Swift is the deputy managing editor of the CEOWORLD magazine. She is a veteran business and tech blogger, journalist, and analyst. Jessica is responsible for overseeing newsroom assignments and publishing and providing support to the editor in chief.