Is Blockchain the Added Value Education Needs?

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Mitch Rankin

It is common that an interviewee may have certificates from several high schools, universities or colleges, as well as professional educators and online companies. Normally, an employer would need to verify an employees’ credentials with any number of sources, which can be costly and time-consuming, depending on the level of checking needed. Compare this to the ease of confirming the authenticity on the blockchain. Once an institution adds a students certificate(s) to the ledger, the details are publicly available and separated from the issuing establishment. They become immutable and are a credible record employers reference online to verify a potential employee’s learning history.

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Is Blockchain the Added Value Education Needs?

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