Binance shares informational articles about Cryptocurrency in 15 languages

Binance, a popular crypto exchange, decided to inform people about the crypto industry and blockchain technology. To provide only “unbiased” details to the end user and educate him about this new technology, it has published about 500 articles on the topic. This coin exchange platform is considered to take the first positions in the ratings […]

By - December 14, 2018
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Binance, a popular crypto exchange, decided to inform people about the crypto industry and blockchain technology. To provide only “unbiased” details to the end user and educate him about this new technology, it has published about 500 articles on the topic.

This coin exchange platform is considered to take the first positions in the ratings by the volume of traded cryptocurrency, so there are users from different countries there. As a result, the following educational content will be available in 15 languages too.

The following project has been developed by Binance Academy, an educational department that was opened only in August this year.

According to Ted Lin, the company’s chief growth officer, crypto proliferation can take place only through the people’s education. The main purpose of the project is to create a neutral educational destination where every person can get trustworthy and up-to-date information.

Lain admitted that the basic topics of the articles are blockchain tech, security and economics, but people will be also happy to find some “useful tutorials and guides” there.

There are still controversions about the identity of Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, so any educational resources are needed to provide accurate facts on this topic. However, it is not the only information resource about blockchain.

For example, in October, the government of Gibraltar also created a plan to start education courses on this topic. Other similar efforts were also made by Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, who partnered with the web educational platform known all around the world. He attracted professors of Oxford University and asked them to create content about blockchain to be shown on Coursera.

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