Coin Academy Collaborates with the College Cryptocurrency Network

Coin Academy Collaborates with the College Cryptocurrency Network

CoinAcademy, a content provider in cryptocurrency education, has partnered with the College Cryptocurrency Network (CCN). The partnership is expected to bring cryptocurrency education to college campuses across the United States. Under the arrangement, Coin Academy will provide their original digital currency courses to participating students and institutions in the College Cryptocurrency Network. The director of the College Cryptocurrency Network said that he was "delighted" to be working with Coin Academy in fulfilling the goal of enabling blockchain and cryptocurrency education. He....


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Irrespective of your opinion, the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies cannot be ignored. Today, there are a number of billion dollar businesses that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. These include Dell, Reddit, Expedia, PayPal, and most recently, Microsoft. So for the uninitiated who have not yet grasped what Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are, you ought to catch up.

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