Blockchain labor market: today demand exceeds supply and what will happen tomorrow?
Cryptocurrency capitalization is growing every day; today it is a large market, the needs of which can no longer be ignored. It requires specialists in decentralized technologies and cryptocurrency trading. But alas, today they are in scarce supply.
Bitcoin was launched in 2009; agiotage on blockchain began several years later. Of course, the system of training blockchain specialists could not be formed during this time. Fortunately, now steps are being taken in this direction, and very energetic.
Universities around the world organize specialized courses and student clubs to teach cryptocurrency trading, blockchain and fintech technology.
In the United States, examples of such schools are the New York Law School, Princeton, Stanford and the University of California at Berkeley. In Europe they include University of Cumbria, Laboratory B9 Lab, University of Copenhagen, University of Nicosia. The latter one not only offers a training course on cryptocurrency, but also takes payment for it in bitcoins. In Russia, relevant courses are available at the Moscow State Economic University, the National University of Science and Technology and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Students also offer their own initiatives to better study cryptocurrencies and blockchain. They organize communities and clubs to share the knowledge.
Today, blockchain enthusiasts are convinced that cryptocurrency will replace traditional money, just as electronic document management has changed paper one. And blockchain transactions will come to financial institutions, because they are more profitable economically. If the forecasts come true, then the need for specialists for these spheres will continue to grow at a faster pace.