The state of Arizona is building a platform running on the blockchain
On July 9, the State of Arizona announced the building of a platform that will operate on the blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details for the exchange of student records between local colleges and universities.
Blockchain platform for students
Many students at community colleges annually move to Arizona State University, and some of them until they receive an associate degree. While many will successfully graduate with a bachelor’s degree, the rest are at risk of joining 37 million Americans with some college credit, but no degree.
To counter this, the state of Arizona works with local community colleges to share student academic records that allow colleges to track when their former students have earned enough credit to complete their degree – a process known as reverse translation.
In this process, the sharing of data depends on the resolution of the students, and the link between the university and the college can be broken. In addition, community colleges must decipher student records in a variety of formats and decide whether the courses that students take at the university are equivalent to their own.
Arizona is planning to launch a blockchain technology for universities and colleges. Recall, on July 4th, in the official Binance Academy Twitter account, a message appeared about using the blockchain for charity. In addition, Binance showed their own vision of using innovative technology for good deeds.
Editor: Yuliya Soroka