- Tether is working with BTU to support learning about blockchain and cryptocurrency.
- We will work together to create a course, have guest speakers, do internships, and do a final project.
- Leaders from Tether and BTU are happy about the plan to create a new education system in Georgia that focuses on blockchain technology.
In a big step for online business, Tether Operations Limited, the company behind the popular blockchain platform tether. to, has announced a partnership with Business & Technology University (BTU), a top school in Georgia. The collaboration wants to create a new program to teach people about blockchain and cryptocurrency. This will help to prepare people for jobs in the digital world.
In this new plan, Tether will help create BTU’s school programs about blockchain, cryptocurrency, and other similar technologies. The project wants to make it easy for people to learn about important financial technologies like stablecoins and bitcoin, as well as how to have freedom with money and speech.
Tether and BTU (Business and Technology University) in Georgia have agreed to work together. Tether will help create courses on stablecoins, Bitcoin, P2P, and other technologies that support financial freedom and freedom of speech.
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Tether tweeted on May 24, 2023.
This new program will be carried out together with the Academy of Digital Industry, a well-known local place for digital education, and Terminal, the biggest co-working space in Georgia. The one-month course offers a mix of learning experiences, including eight important talks by blockchain experts from around the world, interactive guest talks, and a practical project.
Paolo Ardoino, the person in charge of technology at Tether, shared how excited he is about working together, and talked about how Tether is committed to supporting education. He said this was an important first step in getting the students in Georgia more involved and motivated, and he also promised more plans in the near future. Professor Nino Enukidze, who is the leader of BTU, thinks that working together like this is a big step towards making a successful blockchain education system in Georgia. This will give students the opportunity to learn from experts in the industry.
Finally, imagine a future where our schools use blockchain technology to keep records in a safer, clearer, and better way. This teamwork between Tether and BTU shows that blockchain could be a big part of education in the future. It could change the way people learn and pave the way for others to do the same.