Africa Blockchain University (ABU), Paxful and Althash a peer to peer cryptocurrency platform collaborates to bring free blockchain courses to lot of Blockchain enthusiasts in this Covid-19 lockdown.
The Initiative ‘Free Blockchain 101 course in lockdown’ is a two week online course that will run from April to October 2020. It is one of the continuous effort to empower Africa with Blockchain Technologies.
A batch of at least 200 students has enrolled for the online course that began on the 15th of April, 2020. Interested participants on emerging technologies like Blockchain can apply to learn free of charge.
“Education is a key priority for Paxful and we are excited to bring this initiative to them”, CEO and co-founder of Paxful, Ray Youssef stated.
“We have observed that Africa is ingenious and resourceful, and within the continent, there are entrepreneurial, innovative and creative problem solvers. Ultimately, they are redefining our understanding of the uses of bitcoin and blockchain technology”.
“The rationale behind ‘Free Blockchain 101 Course In Lockdown’ is to create an avenue for people to expand their understanding of Blockchain in these dismal COVID-19 lockdown. Our motivation is that people, notably our youth, will take advantage of the initiative to extend their knowledge and identify new jobs opportunities in the evolving 4th Industrial Revolution.” President, Africa Blockchain University, Afrikanus Kofi Akosah stated.
“Althash Education is educating and empowering the willing on how to leverage Blockchain technology for a brighter future. It is only through mass education given to everyone willing, that we stand a chance to equalise the playing field”.
At the end of the course participants would understand the basics of Blockchain technology, its financial and non-financial use cases and how to use Blockchain resources to explore building projects.
Additionally, every participant who completes the course will receive a certificate issued from the Althash Blockchain – Credence Hub
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