- Cambridge University starts a new crypto research project and studies.
- Panthers with the IMF and the BIS for the research project.
- Goldman Sachs, Visa, Mastercard also play a major role in the project.
The crypto industry has become a vivid entity which can never ever be banished off. Crypto ought to be in play till the end of the world, as scholars and research analysts term it. Despite being the prominent source and resource for the future and towards the future, the knowledge of the crypto industry lies only upon self learning, basically only by indulging in crypto trading evidently.
In such terms, there are no proper schools, colleges or affiliated University courses for cryptocurrency and other digital assets. Ture to the fact, for one to completely get into the crypto platforms, they indeed require basic crypto knowledge. Moreover, the more knowledgeable you are the more you are ready for the future.
In spite of all this, the Cambridge University of England has now come up with new plans and projects all based on crypto studies.
The Cambridge Digital Assets Programme
Cambridge University offers specialized finance based studies through their Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance (CCAF). Almost all sorts of modern finance studies are through the CCAF.
With the evolving crypto industry along with its attributes, the CCAF has now come up with an avid crypto and digital assets research and studies programme. This is to be termed as the Cambridge Digital Assets Programme (CDAP).
For this, Cambridge University has partnered together with numerous financial institutions, Banks and many other private finance based and services platforms. Apart from all this, the major contributors will be the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Bank for International Settlements Innovation Hub (BIS).
Other private organizations include Goldman Sachs, Visa, Mastercard and many other exchanges and crypto exchanges too. The major contribution from all these will be providing data of all sorts of finances and crypto based.
In spite of this, major and separate research papers will be dedicated towards Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).