Binance continues to take important steps in its talent investment in the Latin America region, this time with the help of the Spanish online education platform, Platzi. The course aims to attract 30,000 students who want to learn about the future development of the Internet, Web3.
The Web development course3 seeks to provide accessibility to 30,000 students by the end of the year. According to Gwendolyn Regina, Chief Investment Officer of BNB Chain, the course focuses on enabling current developers to expand their knowledge in the new web transformation, obviously focusing this activity on Binance’s blockchain, BNB Chain, as she cited:
“This will be the largest educational resource available in Spanish for Web2 developers to build on Web3 with BNB Chain.”
For now there are not many details on what terms will be set for accepting students, although it is clear that This course is aimed at students from Latin America.
Latin America: the true continent of cryptocurrency adoption
The Latin continent is emerging as one of the regions with the most popular cryptocurrency adoption rates in the world. This fact is not new, since the region has countries that have always been in the top 10 adoptions in the world for several years.
Cryptocurrencies can be analyzed and used for different purposes and this varies greatly depending on where you reside. For continents like Africa or parts of Asia, Bitcoin can be a great vehicle for banks, while Europe is generally seen as an investment vehicle and with current inflation as a safe haven.
In the case of Latin America, the adoption of cryptocurrencies is real due to several qualities that together are ideal for its expansion. From countries suffering from high inflation as in the case of Argentina, systems affected by chronic corruption and with failed policies of their national currency as in the case of Venezuela, Latin American politicians who try to adopt Bitcoin from institutions as in the case of Mexico or Paraguay among others and also with a country that has established Bitcoin as legal tender to have alternatives to the US dollar of El Salvador.
Latin America has enough economic power, infrastructure and possibly adequate regulation in the future for the cryptocurrency industry to thrive on the continent. Although much of the activity in the cryptocurrency sector is in the United States, it is possible that this new sector will find a new one centerWithout a doubt, cryptocurrencies represent a great opportunity for Latin America.
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