Cryptocurrencies and the blockchain are now taught in high school and college classrooms. Due to the fact that students were interested in learning more about this industry and crypto, a financial literacy teacher considered adding cryptocurrencies to his Business and Personal Finance class.
Junior and senior students are eligible to take the course on budgeting, credit cards, taxes, investing, entrepreneurship including a section on cryptocurrencies. This section focuses on the history of cryptography and the applications of blockchain technology.
We’re not teaching it in the sense that you have to invest it, we are just giving the facts of it. The blockchain is the key to all of this. That’s the revolutionary piece to it.
According to the students, they want to thank their progressive teachers for introducing valuable things about things that will help us in the future.
Despite the fact that this topic is new to high schools, it’s already popular at universities across the country.