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“Big four” auditing firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is launching training programs to employees on blockchain and other nascent technologies. The two-year digital skills course, dubbed “Digital Accelerators” and said to begin in January, will train 1,000 employees on everything from drones, blockchain, and cleansing data to 3D printing, a news report from tech publication Digiday says. The
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As was to be expected after a few days of positive momentum, things are returning to normal for all cryptocurrency markets. This unfortunately means all currencies are going through another rough spell of negative market pressure. All five of the top currencies have lost value, with the XRP price facing the biggest setback of them all.
The XRP Price Dips Briefly
It is evident all cryptocurrencies have to go through a small correction after the sudden bullish trend late last week and earlier this week. Even so, a 5% setback or more is not warranted at this stage either, yet it is what most of the top currencies have to contend with right now. XRP Price watchers have noticed how the value has declined by 6.04% in the past 24 hours.
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Blockchain research and development company IOHK has announced that it has successfully wrapped up its second programming school, ‘Haskell and Cryptocurrencies’. The eight-week school, held at the University of the West Indies in cryptocurrency-friendly Barbados, saw IOHK train 10 university students free of charge. The school provided the students with theoretical and hands-on experience in Haskell, a rigorous programming language used for mission-critical applications and protocols, including the Cardano blockchain. In a related announcement, IOHK will donate $ 10,000 USD to the department of Computer Science at the University of the West Indies, where the course was taught, as well as $ 5,000 USD to the university’s Housing Services, and $ 4,500 USD to two students in scholarships and living expenses.