After a meeting in november, we realized time and technology had caught up on our original plans. We had to scale up and BlockChange.EU is in that process. We’re talking to new partners about working together, building a network. Organisations Continue Reading
The European Union has published a report on the blockchain in education. It’s a scientific an technical research report, that can be found here: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/publication/eur-scientific-and-technical-research-reports/blockchain-education.
Blockchain is a technology that clearly has applications in the world of learning at the individual, institutional, group, national and international levels. It is relevant in all sorts of contexts: schools, colleges, universities, MOOCs, CPD, corporates, apprenticeships, and knowledge bases. Continue Reading
Students of te Dr.-Knippenbergcollege design a new logo for BlockChange.EU. I think it is very cool this is a school project.
On the website www.heise.de, a German website about technology, I saw an article discussing the democratic an decentralised principles of the blockchain. They argue that the blockchain leads tot new centralisation. Ursprünglich sollte die Blockchain ein Geldsystem ohne Einfluss von Staaten, Banken, Continue Reading
On september 5th the first Blockchain in Education Conference was held in Groningen (The Netherlands). Several interesting speakers covered the basics and first concrete results of the use of blockchain technology in education. In the afternoon, I was one of Continue Reading
In Fortune Magazine of this week a beautiful article about blockchain, in which the basics, chances and the hype are discussed: BlockChain Mania!
Using the blockchain and strong cryptography permits creating certifications that put us in control of the full record of our achievements. Recipients can share a digital degree with an employer while providing trustworthy proof that the degree was in fact Continue Reading
On the 5th of september i’ll be speaking on the Blockhain in Education conference in Groningen. In one of the parallel sessions i’ll be speaking about BlockChange and the next step I see from this point on. You can read Continue Reading