Blockchain4Youth Campus Roadshow by Bitget Launches in the Philippines

Blockchain4Youth Campus Roadshow by Bitget Launches in Philippines

Bitget, the top Web3 startup and cryptocurrency exchange, has started a roadshow on college campuses as part of the Blockchain4Youth $10M project. Colleges and specialized institutions are included in the educational campaign, where Bitget will raise awareness of the revolutionary technologies of blockchain and cryptocurrency. On February 14, 2024, the event launched its inaugural roadshow in Laguna with the University of Perpetual Help System. More than 200 students enrolled in computer science and information technology majors participated in it. The roadshow aims to expand young people’s technology knowledge through the Blockchain4Youth initiative and inspire them to start their web3 careers.

Bitget is committed to enhancing students’ educational experiences by introducing them to cutting-edge technology and its practical applications. Precise workshops and group projects ranging from blockchain programming to applications and entrepreneurship are offered to the students. Blockchain4Youth will provide students with blockchain applications, a crypto overview, and a playground to secure internships with WEB3 firms in the Philippines in an effort to bolster and promote this educational endeavour.

“Bitget plans to enable students with better access to blockchain education and a playground to pursue it. There’s a growing demand for highly equipped blockchain and crypto professionals, and we’re constantly cultivating talents for the future development of the whole ecosystem. We’re constantly looking out to educate and fund emerging ideas from the youth.” said Gracy Chen, Managing Director at Bitget.

Bitget intends to raise awareness and encourage widespread adoption of blockchain technology throughout the region, paving the way for students to pursue careers in the cutting-edge fintech industry. The company’s primary goal is to assist students who are seeking academic degrees in technology.

Along with Bitget’s team members Jose Antonio and Marc Castro, the event featured speakers like Ben Joseph Banta, CEO of Ranida Games; Isaeus Gulang, Founder of AWS Cloud Club Philippines; Eli Becislao, Managing Director of THE BLOKC; Armielyn Obinguar, Technology Director at Cloud Ace Philippines; Eliezer Rabadon, CEO of DVCode Technologies; and Athena Abe, KCH Coach at PAR Technology.

Blockchain4Youth is based on Bitget’s core values of encouraging people to embrace cryptocurrency and blockchain technology and promoting Web 3 adoption. According to Bitget, a blockchain-based future is essential for sparking innovative ideas that promote acceptance and inspire people to welcome this brand-new reality. Bitget wants to support the younger generation in becoming proactive leaders since it understands that they are essential in advancing these concepts.

The Philippines is one of the top countries for the adoption of cryptocurrencies, with notable growth spurred by a confluence of creative entrepreneurs, government backing, and a developer and enthusiast community. The Philippines is now becoming known as a leading cryptocurrency hub thanks to laws that are supportive to cryptocurrency; at Bitget, we want to speed up this acceptance and give young people the tools they need to study and develop.

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