Having established itself as a Top 30 cryptocurrency trading exchange, Dcoin has announced that it has signed a Blockchain Education Cooperation MOU with CryptoMBA in the globally reputed Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies (aSSIST).
In the niche of blockchain technology, aSSIST is world-renowned for its auspicious master’s degree program, which is branded as a crypto MBA in digital economy business strategy. Headquartered in Switzerland, Dcoin has been bestowed upon with the qualification certificate issued by regulatory watchdog, FINMA. The integration between the two leading platforms will help to facilitate informative and critically diverse blockchain education courses. Both Dcoin and aSSIST aim to nurture the startups, which show positive signs of growth and potential to flourish in the future.
While talking about the partnership, Moonsoo Kim, who serves as the chief professor of CryptoMBA, stated that “As the largest blockchain market in the world, China and South Korea are leading the development of Asia together. By the cooperation of cryptoMBA and Dcoin, the development of blockchain and digital economy and the cultivation of talents will become a model for cooperation between blockchain enterprises and academia.”
Also, Kimsoo Xu, the honorable CEO of Dcoin South Korea quoted that “the aSSIST and the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, as well as other global business schools, are also famous for training business talents among all areas. I’m very glad that by the cooperation for Blockchain Education and development between China andSouth Korea, Dcoin can contribute to improving the trust of the Blockchain industry.”
CryptoMBA of the aSSIST Graduate School of Business offers a standardized and systematically channelized study of the latest concepts of the blockchain technology, crypto-economics, and token economy covering the technical, monetary, economical, and business-oriented perspectives. The students get the opportunity to enrich themselves with the blockchain trends, regulatory measures of each country, and about the pedagogy of successful companies.