Binance is demonstrating excellent leadership in this area, which is critical for driving the development and use of crypto.
Binance on College Campus
Binance Nigeria sponsored the first of a series of masterclasses for the exchange’s African campus community. The masterclass, which took place on February 3 at Nigeria’s Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMinna), was designed to provide students with a solid foundation in cryptography.
The event drew almost 400 blockchain-enthusiastic students. Blockchain Fundamentals, Trading Principles, Market Psychology, and Bitcoin’s Purpose are among the topics discussed. Binance Africa teased about its blockchain education campus initiative on Twitter on January 26:
“Masterclass on the Binance Campus (Season 1). We’re finally bringing Crypto Education to Colleges and Universities. Three campuses, over eight facilitators, cash and swag prizes, eight hours of crypto teaching, AMA and panel discussions, and much more will be available “According to the tweet,
Binance has demonstrated a strong commitment to the development of new blockchain talent. The exchange is not only the most popular in terms of market capitalization, but it is also a leader in terms of blockchain education and acceptance.
Given that Nigeria hosted Binance Africa’s first campus masterclass, the next event is likely to be held in another African country. To stay up to date on forthcoming events, follow Binance Africa on Twitter.
What exactly is Binance?
Binance is the world’s largest online centralised cryptocurrency exchange platform. The platform provides a wide selection of cryptocurrency investment possibilities, including all of the most widely traded coins. Binance also offers its traders a crypto wallet where they may store, send, and receive their digital assets.
According to CoinMarketCap, the Binance ecosystem’s native BNB has fast evolved to become the fourth largest cryptocurrency, with a market capitalization of $65.21 billion.
Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.