Blockchain Education Alliance Welcomes New Members Such as and Rolls Royce

Mousebelt, a blockchain accelerator, has gained some notable members who are pursuing the same course of educating the people on blockchain. The new members include ING Bank, Rolls Royce, AB-InBev, and

MouseBelt started the Blockchain Education Alliance and some corporations have seen the need to join the fight.

This recent addition brings the total number of members for the Blockchain Education Alliance to 26. This was made known by Ashlie Meredith who pilots education affairs for Mousebelt Blockchain Accelerator.

MouseBelt revealed that the new members are not new to blockchain. It said not one of them has less than five years of experience in blockchain.

During the last Blockchain Education Alliance conference which took place in May, students from over 20 universities attended. However, it was a virtual meeting because COVID-19 forced everyone to remain indoors. The conference took place for three days and it was streamed continuously, without any break.

MouseBelt Blockchain Accelerator said that the Blockchain Education Alliance was created for students, blockchain protocols and researchers. The aim of the firm is “to ensure students receive the skills, connections, and knowledge necessary to contribute to the blockchain ecosystem.”

Meredith said this lockdown period is the best time to engage the students so that they can gain educational experience and be more equipped for jobs both as trainees and as professionals.

When the program first kicked off in October 2019, some of those that identified with it include the Stellar Development Foundation, Harmony One, Tron, LTO Network, ETC Labs, and more.

Three months later, other important firms joined. Some of them were Mastercard, IoTeX, Ripple’s accelerator Xpring, Binance X, and Quantstamp, which is a blockchain security firm.

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