The University of Geneva has announced the launch of a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) on blockchain development, according to the statement which was published on the official website of the university.
As it states, the course will be supported by video-conference, 30 hours on Fridays (9H - 13H and 14H - 18H Geneva time) and Saturdays (9H - 13H Geneva time).
The course will reportedly help to find out how to design the architecture of a decentralized application (dApp), reveal the issues beyond the technical field such as the legal issues of smart contracts (tokens, tokenomics, cryptos, ICOs, etc.).
The course will be lead by Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur.
Earlier, IFZ performed a study, according to which, Singapore, Zurich, and Geneva offer the best conditions for business development in the sphere of financial technologies - especially in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
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