Blockchain Technology is coming together with the Tezos Foundation
The Tezos Foundation joins partner ship that will accelerate training and education programs
There was a crypto Summit that was organized at the NASDAQ in New York City, which is a leap in the Blockchain Technology educational platform called Kingsland and was announced that it will be partnering with the Tezos Foundation.
The partnership will be focused on bringing together Kingsland’s expertise in Blockchain curriculum develop to support the growth of the Tezos ecosystem. This will, in turn, provide training and career opportunities for placement solutions in order to solve any immediate Blockchain skills developments.
NASDAQ has hosted a crypto summit that has brought seven visionaries from the Blockchain and cryptocurrency sector to Wall Street, This brought with it a lot of traditional finance closer to the emerging market of DLT Solutions. The event marked a historical shift in the approach from Wall Street towards the Blockchain and crypto industry.
Wall Street moves into collaboration with cryptocurrencies
In an event that was attended by Jason King, which is the co-founder of the Kingsland school of Blockchain, he noted that the industry is facing some critical challenges ahead with adoption, regulations, and capacity. He further stated that:
“The Blockchain adoption rate at enterprise and government levels is growing extremely fast, expanding its footprint globally across multiple industries and economic sectors.”
He thinks that Blockchain Technology will have the potential to reshape the world economy and transform how businesses currently operate around the world. Some individuals are taking regulations with a very serious approach, while others are choosing to work on developing and building skills. The Tezos Foundation is firmly in the crypto sector and has recently announced a grants program that will support training for over 1000 developers with a focus on expanding the Tezos ecosystem.
A lot is expected from the partnership between the Tezos Foundation and Kingsland School of Blockchain, as they will be helping each other in meeting training goals using unique curriculums together with industry expertise. According to the Founder and CEO of Kingsland, John Souza:
“The Kingsland-Tezos partnership highlights the importance of industry-aligned training curricula and address the critical shortage of developers in the space. Working together we will ensure a future for blockchain and create thousands of career opportunities for developers around the world.”
Kingsland is moving forward with developers who are interested in working with the Tezos main net in order to create a Blockchain developer curriculum for the Foundation. This program will be integrated within existing Blockchain engineered programs at Kingsland. The Kingsland project will also be providing placement support to students and a series of global events for hackathons that will be organized throughout 2019 around the world.
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