RMIT, a Credly partner, and Australia's Federal Minister for Digital Transformation met to discuss the future of blockchain technology for businesses and government.
RMIT has announced several blockchain initiatives in 2018 including:
Two new online Blockchain courses aimed at executives, professionals and those looking to future-proof their careers.
A major industry partnership with DB Results to pioneer innovative healthcare solutions using blockchain technology.
An initiative to provide students with blockchain-enabled digital credentials in partnership with leading digital credentialing platform, Credly.
The development of a new software platform designed by RMIT students that allows miners to trade on the future value of their unprocessed materials.
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