Best Blockchain Universities for 2022 – CoinDesk Ranking

Best blockchain universities for 2022 - coindesk ranking

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CoinDesk ranks 50 universities with the biggest impact on blockchain. Cryptoeconomic Systems Journal and Conference Series Managing Editor Reuben Youngblom shares insights into the key findings. When it came to Hong Kong Polytechnic University taking the top spot, the “metric where they really dominated” was scholarly impact, Youngblom said.

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