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Blockchain Academy Network
The Danish Industry Foundation has invested DKK 6.7 million in the Blockchain Academy Network: The aim of the network is to qualify Danish business leaders for a future with entirely new business technologies.
The Blockchain technology opens up many possibilities for further democratizing market forces for the benefit of people and companies. It is important to educate company leaders about the possibilities of this technology and which factors are important when choosing a blockchain technology.
A Danish meeting point
with international ambitions
The Blockchain Academy Network is a Danish point of access with focus on blockchain technology. The project is called the Blockchain Academy Network, and it aims to bring together Denmark’s brightest minds within blockchain technology to teach and upgrade the Danish business community, organisations and the political system so that they can better understand the opportunities and challenges in the technology.
The purpose of the project is to:
... educational and dissemination activities based on valid cases and research-based methods to achieve a concrete and value-based approach to blockchain in Danish industry.
...a close collaboration with industry and business organisations in order to acquire scope and make educational activities and future scenarios as relevant and case specific as possible.
... networking activities and gather experience and learning insights from other blockchain projects supported by the Danish Industry Foundation. This will benefit the specific educational activities and also contribute to the discussion of future strategic initiatives / educational programs targeted at the companies.
The target group for the blockchain courses is managers and business developers in Danish companies where blockchain could be relevant. Moreover, short courses will be offered to stakeholders in the organisational, academic and political environments who, in various ways, can influence the development of a healthy ecosystem around blockchain.
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The Danish Industry Foundation awards DKK 6.7 million to the Blockchain Academy Network over a two-year-period.
The partner group behind the Blockchain Academy Network is primarily academic players as well as the blockchain project Concordium. Overall, they have a solid overview of the theoretical and practical angles of technology, and several of the parties involved have hands-on experience with blockchain projects.
The project is being headed by the Alexandra Institute in collaboration with Concordium, the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University, AU Centre for Digitalisation, Big Data and Data Analytics, the European Blockchain Center at the IT University of Copenhagen and the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS).