Woolf will be the first fully accredited, borderless, blockchain-powered university. Woolf will use blockchain technology to enforce regulatory compliance, eliminate or automate bureaucratic university processes, and manage the custodianship of sensitive financial and personal data. As the first university built entirely on a blockchain architecture, Woolf promises to disrupt the economics of higher education by providing new opportunities for both students and academics. Woolf is currently developing an accredited platform on which students and teachers can connect, anywhere in the world. Woolf focusses on Oxbridge-style tutorials that prioritise personal interactions between teachers and students. Although the Woolf software platform is online, it will support both in-person and distance teaching. Woolf has appeared in news outlets globally in ten languages, including Forbes, Nasdaq, The Times, CoinTelegraph, and Bitcoinnews.