Harvard, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Other Major US Universities Invest in Cryptocurrency
According to the data, several Ivy League universities and several other major US universities have invested in cryptocurrency. The data was published on the Information Wednesday site on October 10.
Based on unnamed sources, the news publication reported that Harvard University, Stanford University, Dartmouth College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of North Carolina have invested fairly large amounts of money in cryptocurrency. It should be noted that such activity can be called a recognition of the cryptocurrency sphere.
According to the data, Harvard University is “the richest university in the world.” In 2018 alone, the university received $ 39.2 billion. According to financial reports, Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are among the top ten richest US institutes, while Dartmouth College and the University of North Carolina are on the list of the 25 richest universities.
Also, last week it became known that one of the universities in the Ivy League became a cryptocurrency investor. According to the data, the university helped raise $ 400 million for a cryptocurrency fund created by one of the co-founders of Coinbase.
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