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The imperative to integrate blockchain education into tertiary institutions

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Our rapidly evolving world constantly introduces new innovations, with each iteration quickly eclipsing its predecessor. However, many individuals find themselves playing catch-up rather than evolving alongside these changes. As we witness the displacement of jobs by robots and the exponential growth of blockchain technology, it's evident that our educational systems have lagged behind in keeping pace with these shifts.

Reflecting on Robert Kiyosaki's assertion in "Rich Dad Poor Dad" that traditional education often overlooks practical wealth-building skills, it's clear that much of what is taught in today's classrooms is outdated and ill-suited to the demands of the modern job market. Embracing emerging technologies like blockchain, which represent the future of numerous industries, is paramount.

Initiatives like Bitget blockchain4youth, which have been at the forefront of educating university students about web3, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies, highlight the growing interest among young people in understanding the potential of this burgeoning field. With Bitget having conducted workshops at over 50 universities, delivering more than 50 lectures and issuing over 2000 certificates in the past year alone, it's evident that there is a hunger for knowledge in this area.

While Bitget's efforts are commendable, it is imperative that tertiary institutions themselves integrate blockchain education into their curricula. By doing so, they can ensure that future generations are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the technological landscape of tomorrow from an early stage. This proactive approach not only prepares students for the realities of the modern world but also positions them to harness the opportunities presented by blockchain technology. What are your thoughts on this crucial integration?

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