Namibian University Set to Offer Master’s Degree in Blockchain Technology in 2024 – Bitcoin News

A senior Namibian university official will be offering a master’s degree in blockchain technology from 2024, he said. The university is already “importing” blockchain-based content into its Level 8 programs.

‘Blockchain is the future’

Namibia Higher Education University of Namibia (UNAM) will provide blockchain technology education from 2024, said Samuel Nunugulu, Head of the University’s IT Department.

Nuungulu, chairman of the UNAM Steering Committee on the blockchain technology, told News that the university has launched the degree program, which “will lay the groundwork for a technology start-up.” The country. “

Asked why UNAM chose to promote the 9th Master’s degree program, Nuungulu said:

We think blockchain is the future and we think it is important to use this degree as a lead to develop the skills that are most important at home and on the continent.

The chairman also said that the university is “entering” content-based blockchain technology with 8-level UN programs that it hopes to serve in the Senate next year.

Gurvy Kavei, the author of a UNAM steering committee on blockchain MSC, recently published a book to help readers understand blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. In a recent interview with News, Cavi confirmed that the university is also promoting a blockchain course.

Reports that the central bank intends to issue digital currency, as well as suggestions for the use of blockchain-based solutions by the public and private sectors, said it was important to promote the degree program.

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Terrence Zimwara

Terrence Zimwara is Zimbabwe’s award-winning journalist, author and author. He wrote extensively on the economic problems of some African countries and how digital currencies provide a way for Africans to escape.

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