“While digital currency is a relatively new concept, currency is one of the oldest human inventions. What we aim to explore in this program is the likely development pathway of digital currency and give our students insights that they can bring to bear in their professional careers.” – Dr. Andreas Polemitis, Senior Vice Rector
MSc in Digital Currency Candidate from University of Nicosia
Can you tell Bitcorati about yourself ?
I am a digital currency enthusiast that has been swept away by the cryptocurrency revolution. I graduated from the University of Virginia in 2013 and have been active in the Bitcoin community since 2012. I am currently completing my Master’s in Digital Currency from the University of Nicosia while working as the US Editor of C ryptocoinsnews.com and Hacked.com.
Well, one large factor in my decision to choose the University of Nicosia was the fact that no other university in the world is offering a Master’s in Digital Currency. Luckily for me, despite being in Cyprus, the University of Nicosia’s language of instruction is English.
In receiving a formal education about digital currency, I hope to develop a deeper understanding of this new technology. More importantly, I want to be able to show the world the benefit of a digital currency education. I hope to learn absolutely everything that I can from this degree program. It is a unique opportunity! After completing this degree, I would like to continue working in the digital currency industry.
The world of digital currency, even in its nascent state, is still too vast to be comprehensively covered in a two-year program. I would recommend that future students of this program begin their digital currency education right now. The sooner, the better.