On Nov. 21, a blog post was published stating that the non-profit arm of Tezos– Tezos Southeast Asia (TSA) is dedicated to promoting Tezos in the region. The collaboration with Tribe is to attract more developers to create Tezos blockchain-based solutions for real-world applications.
The training program is set to be released in the first quarter of 2020.
President of TSA, Caleb Kow comments on the collaboration:
“By enabling trainers with a good knowledge of Tezos blockchain technology, they will be able to amplify the impact in their respective teams through the continual transfer and sharing of knowledge to new learners.”
Education Projects In Asia
The Malaysian Ministry of Education also introduced E-skrol, an app built on the NEM blockchain. The app will be available for all the public and private universities in the country. It will make it possible to verify “the authenticity of Malaysian degrees.”
In September, the Singapore Polytechnic and Token Economy Association collaborated to offer FinTech and blockchain courses for developers and working professionals.
The Government of India recently added new educational courses on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology to the public and law enforcement officers. The new course titled “Introduction to Blockchain Technology and Applications” has been added to Swayam, a learning platform, initiated by the Indian government’s Ministry of Human Resource Development.
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