A large-scale educational program on crypto literacy has been launched in Ukraine.
This was announced by Vladimir Nosov, CEO of WhiteBIT, the largest crypto exchange in Europe, which has become one of the main partners of a new project for Ukrainians, implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Digital Development.
Anyone can join the training free of charge. The educational course, according to Nosov, provides for 100 hours of theoretical and practical classes with the participation of leading industry experts.
In particular, program participants will be able to learn about the mechanisms of Bitcoin and Ethereum, the standards of tokens at the blockchain level, the features of digital assets, how to use crypto wallets, etc.
“This unique project in Ukraine is dedicated to crypto-literacy. Ukrainians continue to set the level for the whole world, including in technological development. And this is just the beginning. Because Ukrainians must be able to use digital assets in order to look confidently into the future. Learn crypto and blockchain — this will allow you to change the world,” Vladimir Nosov comments.
The launch of an educational project on crypto literacy was implemented thanks to the cooperation of the Ministry of Digital Transformation, WhiteBIT, Filecoin Foundation for Decentralized Web, Atlantis.world and other industry players.
“Partnership of the state with private companies in the field of dissemination of knowledge about the blockchain is a vital component for the transformation of Ukraine into a digital state. This is the right course. I am glad that every day knowledge about the crypt in Ukraine is becoming more accessible and the authorities support it – for Ukrainians it will become a guarantee of leadership positions in the future,” summed up Vladimir Nosov.
Recall that WhiteBIT is the largest European crypto exchange originally from Ukraine, founded in 2018. Recently, the exchange announced cooperation with the National Football Team of Ukraine, as well as the support of the “Module of Temporality” – a cultural space about the war in Ukraine.
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