According to Gartner, with the development of blockchain technology, China's blockchain talent gap will reach more than 750,000. This means that if we do not increase the training of blockchain talents, the development of blockchain industry in the future will face the problem of insufficient manpower, and the problem of "dislocation" of talent supply and demand may become the core factor restricting the development of industry. According to IDC's Global Half-Year Blockchain Spending Guide, the global blockchain market is expected to reach $13.99 billion in 2022, and the blockchain market in China is expected to reach $2 billion by 2023. In the past two years, governments across China have actively introduced policies to support the development of the blockchain industry, emphasizing the integration of various fields with blockchain technology. Therefore, China's blockchain industry began to show regional agglomeration development, the number of enterprises continue to increase, according to Taihe consultant statistics, 2017-2020 after three years of rapid growth, there are currently about 48,000 blockchain enterprises.