Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange is responding to the industry’s rapid expansion by providing introductory classes for free. These courses cover topics like how cryptocurrencies work, why they’re useful, and what concerns you should be aware of when investing in digital assets.
According to the details provided to Finbold on November 17, the cryptocurrency exchange Binance has introduced free online courses on blockchain, crypto, the metaverse, and Web3 that are accessible to millions of users via the Binance Academy teaching platform.
The six-part tutorial will cover the fundamentals of crypto, blockchain, decentralization, the metaverse, crypto trading, and investment. A certificate for a non-fungible token (NFT) will be given upon completion.
This first course, titled “Blockchain Fundamentals,” will be followed by more advanced ones, as well as professional credentials for students interested in working in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries.
The modules will be presented in English at the outset, with the addition of more languages to be added in subsequent weeks.
He Yi, a co-founder of Binance and current Chief Marketing Officer, offered his thoughts on the company’s decision to provide free cryptocurrency training, saying, “
“The blockchain industry is only getting started. Numerous novel ideas are developed, such as NFT and the metaverse. We think that innovators and constructors are the ones who will lead our field into the future. To this end, spreading information to encourage greater innovation and construction is crucial.
Binance Academy’s educational material has been watched or read by hundreds of millions of individuals. This is due in large part to the involvement of prominent names in the field of education, such as Harvard, Oxford, and MIT.
Binance’s Recovery Fund helps crypto projects in financial distress, and the latest addition shows the exchange is committed to putting the needs of its user base first.
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