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May 27, 2018, 01:17:21 PM
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Do you think they are talking about bitcoin in your basic ECON class?

i have seen at least a dozen topics over the years saying somewhere some teacher talked about bitcoin in some economics class, but i don't think it is officially in any syllabus to really talk about it.
and also most of them were misinformed and were saying how bitcoin will fail and drop in price (and price was $400 for example Grin)
We can say bitcoin in the economic environment because when you are a specialist in real bitcoin investment, you will analyze the market as well as you will understand the supply and demand mechanisms as well as other related laws. The economics show that bitcoin in the economy class
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May 27, 2018, 01:30:05 PM
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Here in my country it doesn't exist right now but I hope it will make some sort of teaching some student to learn about bitcoin. Even their are some people who are willing to teach us about bitcoin it is hard to trust them because some people online also are not trusty. So basically it is more helpful if their are some economic class about bitcoin.

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May 27, 2018, 01:33:35 PM
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They wouldn't because in our country do not know yet about bitcoin not all people or who have digital gadgets know about bitcoin so it has not yet been studied in school but it can also be topic if there is a case with topic about currency.

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May 27, 2018, 01:35:49 PM
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I'm not sure if bitcoin talked about the economy class or not. If you keep bitcoin with the economy class, then the economy will grow. But in some businesses, the schools are discussing keeping bitcoin with the economy class.
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May 27, 2018, 01:45:26 PM
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Bitcoin may be tackle in economic class if there is a topic which may relate to the technologies,process of online transactions and if there is students who have idea about bitcoin because they can share it to class. Most topics to be studied in a class is based on the syllabus prepared by someone and approved by all.
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May 27, 2018, 01:47:27 PM
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Do you think they are talking about bitcoin in your basic ECON class?

I think no, but to countries thaf bitcoin is legal that would be a great help for students if this will be included, so that, they will know the existence and benefits of bitcoin.

For me it is not that needed and this would create a long term debate in education. Some economist believed that bitcoin is insignificant to global finance. but anyway whatever it is bitcoin helps people and it plays a great part in improving the economy of the country.

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May 27, 2018, 01:48:49 PM
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They wouldn't because in our country do not know yet about bitcoin not all people or who have digital gadgets know about bitcoin so it has not yet been studied in school but it can also be topic if there is a case with topic about currency.

In the past years, professors would never mention about bitcoin in economics classes in the university. In the last 6 months, professors started to mention about bitcoin and blockchain assets, which is very good fo us.
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May 27, 2018, 02:05:06 PM
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Do you think they are talking about bitcoin in your basic ECON class?

No, but the basic concept they used can also be used in the crypto currency world and in the market. It can be applied now in investments and stock market. So I dont think we need to add bitcoin in economic classes

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May 27, 2018, 02:06:39 PM
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There is nothing free that generates money so if there are courses like that I think they just say development direction. The orientation of each problem is money in view so do not think that there is something that only free you that makes money

My cousin is an economic major college student and she told me about her professor  in economics that discusses  but the blockchains cryptocurrencies  and I think this is a good start to inform people that currencies is not that harmful as the think

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indeed bitcoin is now in the Economy class, because the benefits of bitcoin are numerous, the economy of bitcoin is unlimited, so it appears that issue issues will destroy the economy of bitcoin, maybe there are those who disagree or not happy with the existence of bitcoin forums in this world.

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May 27, 2018, 03:59:08 PM
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Well for me,  maybe probably yes or probably not. But  as of the moment, I don't think bitcoin is being tackled during economics class or subjects here in my country. Because many people especially students and teachers aren't aware of bitcoin and its effect to a country's economy. Well, just unless, the teacher himself, is a bitcoin enthusiasts. If he or she is, I'm definitely sure he or she will greatly and will gonna actively integrate bitcoin in his/her topics and discuss them to their class students .
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May 27, 2018, 04:25:49 PM
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I believe it is not being talked about yet, we should be able to start incorporate and equip our next generations about this future of digital currency. Teaching and incorporating Bitcoin into Economic classes would be a great platform and avenue to do that, because it is a controlled environment so that they can be able to understand the basics and would not have a hard time once they use Bitcoin in the real world.

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May 27, 2018, 04:37:10 PM
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They wouldn't because in our country do not know yet about bitcoin not all people or who have digital gadgets know about bitcoin so it has not yet been studied in school but it can also be topic if there is a case with topic about currency.

In the past years, professors would never mention about bitcoin in economics classes in the university. In the last 6 months, professors started to mention about bitcoin and blockchain assets, which is very good fo us.

 Bitcoin and blockchain can be a good example  in an economy class.  It will be great for her professors in universities to give examples to students that it is in the reality

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May 27, 2018, 05:15:16 PM
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Do you think they are talking about bitcoin in your basic ECON class?
My professor in economy is aware about what is bitcoin. Actually, he is the reason why I fully understand how bitcoin works. I am sure that bitcoin will become more popular if all of educational institutions will teach cryptocurrencies to their students.

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