via Knight Foundation
March 30, 2017
Use of the blockchain and strong cryptography enables certifications that put us in control of the full record of our achievements.
Researchers set sights on a new standard for issuing, sharing, and verifying academic credentials.
Nine universities in five countries are working together to create a shared infrastructure for digital academic credentials.
José “Pepe“ Escamilla, from the Observatory of Educational Innovation at Tecnológico de Monterrey, talks to ML Learning head Philipp Schmidt