Bytom and The Blockchain Education Network (BEN) are excited to announce Bytom’s new sponsorship for the “BEN Playbook“. The mission of the sponsorship is to educate and engage students around the world with Bytom’ss protocols through a Bytom lesson plan and activity on the BEN Playbook.
In addition, BEN will work to further engage Bytom in the US market through speaking engagements, events, and features. Lastly, Bytom and BEN see this as an opportunity to familiarize students with Bytom and recruit students for internships and job opportunities for this coming summer. The sponsorship will last for three months although, both BEN and Bytom hope for this to be the beginning of a long-lasting relationship.
The BEN Playbook is the ultimate curriculum for blockchain clubs, professors, and students to teach their clubs, classes, and friends about blockchain. It also provides a way for students to discover new blockchain projects and test out use cases. The Playbook is ever-evolving with the help of BEN’s directors, national teams, chapters, clubs, students, and professors.
The Blockchain Education Network is the largest and longest-running worldwide network for students, blockchain clubs, and professors who are excited about blockchain. Their mission is to educate and empower students excited about blockchain technology around the world and impact global evolution through local initiatives. This April marks the company’s 5th year anniversary. They now have over 2,350 students and graduates from across 1,000 universities in over 96 countries. BEN has 7 national chapters in USA, Canada, Australia, Italy India, Colombia, and Vietnam.
Bytom blockchain is an interactive public protocol of multiple byte assets with a mission of creating diverse assets and a programmable economy. Heterogeneous byte-assets (indigenous digital currency, digital assets) and atomic assets (warrants, securities, dividends, bonds, intelligence information) can be registered, exchanged, gambled and engaged in other more complicated and contract-based interoperations via Bytom.
Duan Xinxing, CEO of Bytom says:
“As one member of the earliest crypto technical community, I fully support BEN’s mission. I hope to promote the popularization of blockchain knowledge and skills in the US as well as across the globe through sponsoring educational institutions and NGOs. It will encourage more technical innovation and useful applications which are beneficial to society. In the meantime, university students are provided with more chances to learn new technology. By educating potential entrepreneurs, more job opportunities will also be created.”
Both Bytom and BEN are passionate about engaging the community through challenges, hackathons, and bounties to build Dapps and more! Last September both companies supported DoraHacks bringing Boston students to learn, hack, and compete. The linkages between companies are very strong and both Bytom and Blockchain Education Network are excited to be working together.
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