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Binance will focus on investor education and raising cryptocurrency and blockchain awareness.

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Investors in India can now benefit from Binance’s educational programmes. Given the emergence of crypto in India and its strategic importance, numerous stakeholders, including regulators and policymakers, are concerned about investor education.

Binance seeks to open up blockchain and crypto education through three important educational projects.

Binance has recently teamed with Inter Institutional Inclusive Innovation Centre (i4c) to launch the ‘Blockchain for Good’ Ideathon, which allows students from across Indian universities to come up with solutions that make the blockchain environment more inclusive and accessible for all.

Binance just introduced its Learn and Earn programme on Binance Academy, which rewards users for studying while earning crypto.

On May 1 at 6 p.m. IST, Binance will present a free and open to everyone ‘Crypto for All’ webinar with Neha Nagar, Aditya Saini, and Kashif Raza. All attendees will receive Binance NFT certificates and grand giveaways in Bitcoin and Binance Coin (BNB).

We believe in financial independence through crypto adoption,” stated Binance’s APAC Head, Leon Foong. India has one of the world’s largest populations, aged 28. This is a big chance for us to educate the future innovators and builders of India, especially students, on blockchain and crypto to help them achieve financial freedom.

The current generation also plays an important role in educating their elders about technology and advocating for blockchain. With Binance’s extensive academy content and Learn and Earn programme, we intend to encourage users to do more study and make smarter investing decisions.”

Binance plans to develop more courses to help students define their own blockchain careers and businesses. These skills will be vital in navigating the new web3.0 and smart contracts world.

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