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The think tank was announced at a conference in Cleveland this week dedicated to exploring and expanding the use of blockchain in the city. However, “What the conference didn’t do was lay out a step-by-step route to Cleveland’s success as a hub for blockchain,” wrote Cleveland.com reporter Emily Bamforth.
Nonetheless, the region’s higher education institutions — which include a mix of public and private two- and four-year colleges — are expected to play a critical role, with many already exploring blockchain. Baldwin Wallace University, for example, plans to offer professional development certificates in the technology next year, and local colleges are exploring adding blockchain to technology degrees.