With its Master in Blockchain and Smart Contracts coordinated by the BISITE Research Group, the University of Salamanca has been highlighted by Invezz as one of the best universities in Europe to study blockchain.
The online course on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies coordinated by the University of Salamanca, the BISITE Research Group and the National Police will be starting next Monday, June 7th.
I have had the privilege to take part in the International Conference onComputing and Network Communications (CoCoNet’20), organised by the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), in Chennai, India.
Cryptocurrencies have been around for over a decade now, they have been adopted in different sectors in varying degrees. Nonetheless, in the last few years there has been a considerable increase in the creation of new cryptocurrencies on a global scale.
Covid-19 times are not easy; we are not used to dealing with such situations. This experience has forced us to change our ways of acting and our standards. Naturally, the majority of us are very concerned about our privacy, we want to protect our data and our families, and minimize our public exposure.