Aeternity (AE), a platform that uses private state channels to manage smart contracts between multiple parties, has reportedly partnered with Dacade, a peer-to-peer online education network, to launch a blockchain course for beginners.
Getting Paid In Crypto For Learning
Students who enroll in Aeternity and Dacade’s blockchain-related courses will be paid in cryptocurrency after they have successfully completed certain assignments and tasks.
According to a blog post on Aeternity’s official website, its free course on distributed ledger technology (DLT) aims to “educate future users, entrepreneurs, and developers on the fundamentals of blockchain.”
Notably, the education initiative will also “reward students with aeternity tokens for developing practical use cases of blockchain.” Aeternity and Dacade’s first course is called “Introduction to Blockchain” – which basically helps learners understand the main concepts related to DLT-based systems.
To facilitate student learning, there are several step-by-step tutorials that need to be completed. There are also various practical challenges that are used to assess how well learners have grasped key concepts and the meaning of important terminology related to blockchain technology.
Additionally, students will be asked to complete certain computer programming tasks and their code will be reviewed – so that they may learn how to properly write code for developing blockchain-based solutions.
Focusing On Learning Material For Developers
Explaining how students are compensated for learning, Nikola Stojanow, the chief of strategy and business development at Aeternity, said:
The challenge for this learning community is to come up with a problem, where blockchain technology could be meaningfully applied. If the student submits a satisfactory response, they earn 10$ in aeternity tokens. Additionally they can earn 2$ in aeternity tokens for every meaningful feedback that they provide on the submissions of their peers.
Going on to emphasize the need for competent blockchain developers and for more courses designed specifically for technically savvy learners, Stojanow, noted: “Our content will generally focus on developers since they are currently the scarcest resource in the blockchain ecosystem.”
“Flexibility” Of Blockchain Courses
Programmers looking to learn how write smart contracts may enroll in Aeternity’s advanced “æternity Development 101” course. Moritz Stellmacher, the founder of Dacade, remarked:
Through our cooperation, we aim to address the challenge of providing accessible, practical blockchain education in a scalable way. We believe that a decentralized approach to blockchain education will make it not only more scalable and accessible but also flexible enough to accommodate new information, as it becomes available. I am excited to see what new blockchain use cases the students will come up with.
As CryptoGlobe reported recently, Malta-based crypto exchange Binance also launched its own education initiative. The main goal of the exchange’s initiative is to conduct market research and prepare reports for institutional investors.
Source : cryptoglobe