Luckily, we could act via trials and experiments in higher education. We found that blockchain-based tools add new properties to the learning mix. For example, they enable users to receive or send value like cryptocurrencies, micro-certificates, liquid property rights, voting power & governance rights, data ownership, and so much more. In addition, they empower individuals and entities and support the creation of self-sustainable ecosystems. But the best part is, they do so without controlling parties. At this moment, we are witnessing the first wave of new applications empowering the users and ecosystem instead of MegaCorp, radically disrupting and improving entire industries.