FGV (Fundação Getúlio Vargas), a major university in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is the first Brazilian institute to offer a master's degree in cryptographic finance.
The curriculum provides training specific to the encryption industry.
Ricardo Rochman, Program Officer, said, “The cryptographic finance process has debate and research and the course has enough intellectual and financial foundations to provide to students.”
FGV's Cryptography Finance Master's program provides quality education internationally amongst universities offering block chaining, smart contracts, and cryptography related degrees.
This is an educational institution that offers education in the United States. New York University Law School , Duke , Princeton , Stanford , UC Berkeley University . Europe and Asia University of Cumbria , London B9 Lab Academy (B9 Lab Academy) , Copenhagen IT University , Moscow State University of Economics And Moscow Physical and Technological University (MIPT) .
The University of Cambridge is conducting substantial research on the field of cryptography and finance, and the University of Lucerne, Switzerland, is able to pay tuition fees in a Bitcoin.