Blockchain Engineering: An Emerging College Major
The fact that you can now get a college degree demonstrates how big this is going to get
Let me ask you, what do these universities have in common? The National University of Singapore. The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Berkeley, The University of Zurich, MIT, The University of Oxford, Cornell, The University of Hong Kong, University of Sydney. What do they all have in common? All of them offer degrees in blockchain engineering. The fact that you can now get a college degree demonstrates how big this is going to get. You know, I remember when I first became a financial planner... financial planner? What is that? The only people who called themselves financial planners were the people who are trying to invent the profession. I was one of the first gen, the initial generation of advisors who engaged in this newfound field of financial planning. Today, you can get a college degree in financial planning. You sure couldn't do it when I began as a financial advisor and look at how huge the financial planning profession has become. This is the exact same thing I believe that we are seeing in the world of crypto. Now, for the first time, even though crypto is 13 years old, we can now get college degrees in blockchain engineering. This demonstrates how pervasive, commonplace mainstreaming this innovation is and how much bigger it's going to become.