Blockchain Innovation Program: Changing Lives Through BSV Blockchain Education | #LDNBlockchain23

Discover how the Blockchain Innovation Program, powered by BSV blockchain education, is transforming lives in Nigeria. Join us at #LDNBlockchain23 to learn about the program's impact and its goal to train 500,000 Nigerians in blockchain technology.

Key takeaways
  • BSV Education and Fifth Work partnered to provide blockchain education opportunities to Nigerians, incentivizing learning through rewards.
  • The Nigerian government aims to have 95% digitally literate citizens by 2030 and sees blockchain as a key area for development.
  • The Blockchain Innovation Program in Uganda, hosted by NITA and facilitated by Fifth Work, successfully trained 12,248 graduates with verifiable certificates on the BA ledger.
  • The program focused on teaching the basics of blockchain and enabling participants to interact with the global community.
  • Sentby, a BSV-based digital cash wallet, provides an easy onboarding process for Africans to join the BSV network.
  • The program aims to train 500,000 Nigerians in blockchain technology by the end of 2024, positioning Nigeria as a leader in blockchain adoption.
  • The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) in Nigeria plays a crucial role in coordinating the implementation of the national blockchain policy.
  • The program emphasizes the importance of education and enabling individuals to solve problems they face daily using blockchain technology.
  • The Bitcoin Association’s blockchain development course serves as the curriculum for the program, providing a solid foundation for participants.
  • The program fosters collaboration among participants, allowing them to develop solutions for African challenges and create an innovation hub for blockchain technologies.
  • The program’s success is evident in the enthusiasm and motivation of the students, who are eager to learn and contribute to the blockchain ecosystem.