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An Indian cryptoexchange launched a learning platform on Blockchain and cryptomontages

26 Jun

An Indian cryptoexchange launched a learning platform on Blockchain and cryptomontages

CoinDCX, a cryptoexchange from India, launched a learning platform dedicated to cryptomonies and blockchain.

According to a June 16 announcement, the CoinDCX learning platform is a virtual academy for learning about blockchain and cryptomonics. It offers guides, articles, courses and conferences. The CEO and co-founder of the company, Sumit Gupta, commented:

„With the potential to accelerate financial inclusion in India, as well as open doors to new forms of investment, crypto currencies can benefit us all. However, for citizens to take full advantage of cryptography, we need to lay the groundwork through proper education. With DCX Learn, we want to educate users with the knowledge needed to navigate the crypto markets.

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Making cryptomonies accessible to all
The platform aims to explain the concepts of the crypto world through computer graphics, video tutorials and content that must be understandable to beginners.

CoinDCX claims that informed users are less likely to fall victim to scams or lose their private keys in their wallets. In addition, the exchange points out that people who understand blockchain technology can better determine whether applying it could improve their business.

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Educating the masses about crypto
Crypto coins and Crypto Wealth are still emerging technologies, and are not yet widely understood by the general public. To remedy this, several educational institutions and companies are starting to offer special courses.

Earlier this month, India’s IT leader Tech Mahindra partnered with educational technology company Idealabs to launch blockchain certification courses.

In addition, York University’s School of Continuing Studies in Canada announced two blockchain courses in late May, while Australia-based RMIT University added two graduate programs in cyber security and blockchain.

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