When we look back into the past, the one thing that clearly seems to stand out is the fact that all revolutions and major changes that the world has seen were mostly encouraged by young people passionate about a cause and willing to fight for it.
Bitcoin, just like the internet, is clearly going to cause a huge shift in the daily affairs of the world. The first signs of this revolution are already visible. The problem with Bitcoin, however, is that it’s a concept quite difficult to grasp, especially if you’re not that tech-savvy. Therefore, the learning curve is quite steep.
This means that in order for young people to embrace the crypto-revolution, they first need to understand the science behind the currency and the possible potential and role it could play in the future. Not that they have to understand all the nitty-gritty technical details of the technology, but it’s essential to have a basic understanding of why Bitcoin is not like other currencies, how its applications are beyond anything other conventional currencies have to offer.
The role of universities
To this extent, some educational institutes have started to do their part. Worldwide famous university MIT has been one of the key