Binance In Collaboration With Utiva To Host Free Blockchain Education BootCamp For Women

Blockchain education bootcamp

Blockchain Education BootCamp: Binance is the most popular cryptocurrency exchange and the largest exchange in the world in terms of the daily trading volume of cryptocurrencies. It is registered in the Cayman Islands and was founded in 2017.

Binance is set to train women who have an interest in technology, especially in the areas of blockchain and web 3.0 through its blockchain education BootCamp in collaboration with Utiva a tech-driven virtual environment that enables people to learn technological skills and serves as an accelerated path to new jobs and career growth.

See details of the boot camp and application below;

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The blockchain industry is creating new opportunities for Africans with many being brought out of poverty, acquiring skills, getting employed and accessing financial systems not previously available to them. However, women remain disproportionately underrepresented in the industry with 95% of crypto users being male according to Global Crypto User Index and women making up only 15% of bitcoin traders according to a report on Business insider. Binance remains committed to closing the gender gap.

For International Women’s Month, Binance is hosting an 8-week Bootcamp in collaboration with Utiva, to equip women with blockchain education, tools, and skills.

The 8-week program will kick off on March 26, 2022, at Utiva, Ikeja, Lagos, and will be a hybrid event combining both physical and online events. Registration for the event will begin on March 8 and end on March 14, 2022.

Register HERE to attend

Location: Utiva Hive, 767 Somide Odujinrin Ave, Omole Phase 2 100271, Ikeja, Nigeria

Application opens: March 8, 2022

Application closes: March 16, 2022

Bootcamp start date: March 26, 2022

With this event, the teams aim to show the multitude of career options in the crypto and blockchain space. Students will get to work on real-time projects where they will be able to apply the skills they have gained. This boot camp will also give women the opportunity to gain meaningful employment, thereby enabling them to be self-reliant and possibly employers of labour.

In line with the company’s commitment to Africa and the growth of the blockchain ecosystem, the company continues to empower women, giving them the opportunity to learn, acquire skills and bring their value to the technology industry by creatively solving problems through innovation.

What to expect:

  • Learn basics of blockchain

  • Discover how others are using crypto in their everyday lives and how to store value with crypto and earn on your crypto balances 

  • Understand real-world applications of the blockchain

  • Understand crypto trading and how it works in simple terms and step-by-step

  • Get access to job opportunities

If you are an African woman and a tech enthusiast interested in blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, this is for you. Use this link to register!

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Register for this great opportunity to dive into blockchain as an African woman and explore the wonderful experiences and career growth it brings.


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