Blockchain Trading Alliance, a subsidiary of The Crypto Company (OTCQB:CRCW), lauched three new training classes focused on metaverse, non-fungible tokens (NFT), and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs).
BTA offers classes to individuals, enterprises and governments on these topics and more. These new courses offer a generalized overview on the fundamentals of these segments of blockchain technology, and offer students a completion certificate when the course is over.
“We believe that BTA continues to be on the cutting edge of education when it comes to emerging segments of blockchain technologies, as we see here with the launch of these three courses. We wholeheartedly believe that blockchain technology is and will be a fundamental part of business and society in the coming years and that education on blockchain will create the foundation for its continued growth. This is the value of BTA. We believe we have some of the most prominent experts in the space educating some of the world’s largest organizations and executives alike. As blockchain continues to evolve and become adopted in a more mainstream manner – the demand for BTA’s offerings will only increase. We look forward to continuing to educate the world on the possibilities of blockchain – starting with the basics all the way up,” said Ron Levy, CEO of The Crypto Company.
What is The Crypto Company?
The Crypto Company was one of the first publicly-traded blockchain and digital currency companies. Its subsidiary, BTA, offers training courses and consulting services to teach blockchain to people, institutions and large-scale organizations since 2017, and was formed to fill the void left by the lack of general instruction and information about the sector. It has worked with global institutions, organizations, corporations and individuals in the past, and offers personalized training and educational services to thousands across the globe. Its other courses include Blockchain Security Training, Blockchain Business Foundations, Understanding Cryptocurrency, and industry specific courses.
Read more: The Mugglehead technology review: crypto under conflict edition
Read more: Hive Blockchain numbers aren’t chilly during the crypto winter
The company is also into Bitcoin mining through subsidiaries using an energy-efficient model, including immersion cooling for its ASIC rigs. The company is also looking to find ways to expand deeper into the blockchain space where it can use its early mover advantage to build a strong foundation for itself, and its place in the sector.
There isn’t much understanding or education among the United States population about blockchain technology, with about 98 per cent of surveyed people failing to understand even the most basic concepts about blockchain and crypto. That hasn’t stopped its growth rate as interest and adoption rise given its flexible and decentralized applications. This clearly demonstrates a niche where a company like the Blockchain Trading Alliance can make a difference.