Financia Business School, a dedicated financial and business degree awarding institute in Paris, now teaches blockchain and accepts cryptocurrency payments from its students. The school, founded in 2014 and offering post-Bachelor and MBA level qualifications, teaches master classes in fintech and now is one of a number of establishments to teach blockchain in France. Financia’s
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