According to reports, only one year after the start of the learning program, more than 100,000 young Africans participated in Binance’s encryption and blockchain education. This educational program is called the Binance Master Class and aims to provide new immigrants with basic knowledge about cryptocurrency.
In addition, as explained in a report, the initiative aims to prevent young African traders from becoming victims of cryptocurrency fraud tactics. The report says:
Masterclass is mainly designed to help crypto novices (learn) how to identify scams, buy and sell crypto and more advanced concepts (such as margin and futures trading), as they started their crypto journey.
In addition, the report also quoted Emmanuel Babalola, Director of Binance Africa, explaining how the course of study was used to prepare young Africans to “get job opportunities in the world”. [crypto] market. ”
Throughout 2021, countless reports indicate that Africa is the world leader in peer-to-peer transactions in areas such as Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Ghana.
This six-hour intensive seminar was launched in Benin, Nigeria in late January 2020 and “includes a comprehensive crash course to learn about Bitcoin, blockchain and transactions.”
However, for the latest Binance course, students have participated in a training course that lasts for eight weeks between January 2021 and March 2021. The series of courses will “end with a demonstration, in which there are 10 teams, each of which is composed of 5 developers, to demonstrate their applications.”
What do you think of Binance’s cryptocurrency education series? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Picture Credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Wiki Commons
Disclaimer: This article is for reference only. It is not a direct offer or solicitation of an offer, nor is it a recommendation or endorsement of any product, service or company. Bitcoin.com does not provide investment, tax, legal or accounting advice. The company or the author shall not bear any direct or indirect responsibility for any damage or loss caused or allegedly caused by using or relying on any content, goods or services mentioned in this article or related thereto.