Kazakhstan Gets a Blockchain Education Program from Binance

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Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange, is supporting a program to prepare university students in Kazakhstan for careers in the sector.

In accordance with a deal with the government, universities all throughout the nation will now offer a blockchain course on their curriculum.

The biggest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, Binance, is starting a school program in Kazakhstan.

According to a press release released on Tuesday, the trading platform is getting ready to offer blockchain training to more than 40,000 students at universities and colleges across the Central Asian country by 2026.

Binance is working on the project in collaboration with the Ministry of Digital Development, the Ministry of Education, and the Blockchain Center research lab, which was founded by the Center for the Development of Payment and Financial Technologies of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (NBK) and the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC).

According to the agreement, the exchange will give support and training resources for the fundamental course on blockchain and compliance.

Kazakhstan is now one of the first nations to include a blockchain curriculum in university educational programs, according to the release.

We support Kazakhstan’s objective of dominating the digital technology sector, which cannot be achieved without boosting national education and blockchain use.

In October, Binance made the government of Kazakhstan an offer to assist in the “safe development” of the nation’s crypto industry.

It also made the offer earlier this month to assist the government of Azerbaijan, another former Soviet state, in creating a national regulatory framework for digital assets.

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