Candian University to issue Blockchain-Based Diplomas
A Candian tech institute will issue blockchain-based diplomas to its next graduating class. According to the press release, their next graduate classes of 2019 will also give blockchain-based diploma. That's very great news for the next generation they will also get a blockchain-based diploma too.
The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) has become partnered with blockchain marketplace ODEM (On-Demand Education Marketplace) to provide blockchain based copies of diplomas for the SAIT's graduating class of 2019.
4800 student will be able to use the blockchain diploma
According to the press release 4800 students will be able to use blockchain technology to share their official diploma as needed, circumventing the need for alumni to request an official document from SAIT to send to recruiters and employers. The student will receive the digital versions of their certification in tandem with their traditional paper copy.
According to the ODEM CEO
«We believe that students should have control over their own records, and blockchain technology makes that possible». According to the press release, the ODEM and SAIt start a pilot project in December, in which they used ethereum blockchain to test the process of issuing blockchain-based diplomas.
Other Countries Universities
The other countries universities such as Bahrain and Malta has also started the program soon they will also issue and stores the diploma on blockchains:
The University of Bahrain also announced that soon they will be a partner with machine learning to provide its blockchain diploma.
While in Malta the whole country diplomas are going to set blockchain based diplomas. The government of Malta is also partnering and started some projects with machine learning.
While British Columbia has begun a blockchain training program for its graduates and PhD-level student in different professions such as health and wellness, clean energy and other technologies.