An online learning platform called the Coursera platform will make four-course specialization available. Along with the blockchain technology, payments, cryptocurrency, lending, crowdfunding, modern investing and insurtech are the topics which will be covered. Courses will not only have lectures, but they will also have case studies from distinguished Penn faculty. Wharton Professors Chris Geczy, David Musto, and Jessica Wachter while Penn Law Professors Sarah Hammer and Natasha Sarin will be included.
The senior director of Wharton Online Anne Trumbore said, “We are proud to launch this program as part of our multi-faceted approach to defining fintech for the world. The Fintech Specialization is an important new component of Wharton’s powerful fintech portfolio.”
The courses will have speakers and guests from a marketplace lender called CommonBond, a financial services, merchant services aggregator, and mobile payment company called Square, an investment management company called The Vanguard Group, and etc, PRWeb reported.
Heather Humphreys TD is the Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation who will support the blockchain education. A program is launched on 29 May 2019. Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet is a learning network for all sizes companies who has collaborated with Dublin City University in order to develop the program. Students will be able to complete Master in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies), the official site of the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation (Debi) reported.
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