The crypto space is bigger than only programming. Most people who run businesses in this niche have studied things like economics and hire the right people to program for them. Let's say you want to do your own ico then it's most important to have a good/original idea and connect people, that's what business is about imo.
But if you want to offer your services as a programmer i think solidity is one of the most important programming languages. Because you can use it to program smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.
Ivanontech is an interesting youtube channel to follow when you are interested in the technology. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrYmtJBtLdtm2ov84ulV-yg
He sells programming courses but i think they are a bit expensive. You can find the same information in books. There is already much written about blockchain and smart contract programming. I find this book interesting: https://amzn.to/2ShNP52
Well, you don’t necessarily NEED any university to “get into the crypto space.”
Exceptions to that would depend on specifically what role/position in the space you’d be seeking.
IF looking for a JOB with certain employers, something in the arena of computer science and/or cybersecurity MIGHT be of value.
Then again, so could marketing - if we’re aiming towards a marketing position.
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