On September 02, the largest crypto exchange in India, CoinDCX, announced its collaboration with the Blockchain Council to introduce training and blockchain-related courses on its platform.
With this announcement, CoinDCX has joined the list of many crypto-related firms in India that are currently working on introducing various educational and professional training programs for the crypto-curious.
CoinDCX’s DCX Learn To Offer Program
While making its announcement, CoinDCX stated that the aim of its partnership with the Blockchain Council is to offer two specialized courses to those individuals who are curious to learn about cryptocurrencies.
The educational platform of CoinDCX popularly known as DCX Learn would allocate the programs, and also help them with practice sessions.
It is to be noted that the expertise courses offered by the platform would comply with the certification of the Blockchain Council.
Toshendra Sharma, the executive director ar Blockchain Council, while talking about his company’s main aim, stated, “The curricula of Blockchain Council’s certification programs have always been industry-oriented and career focussed, with training developed by leading professionals and experts in their fields.”
Sharma further stated that Blockchain Council along with CoinDCX would offer realistic and up-to-date training to the individuals.
CoinDCX has reported that it has noticed the demand for crypto professionals is very high in Bengaluru.
CoinDCX Invested In TryCrypto
According to a report, this educational program will help the crypto exchange in enhancing the awareness and adoption of cryptocurrency around the country.
The report further stated that in March 2020, a long-term project named TryCrypto was backed by CoinDCX, as the exchange invested a total of 41.3 million in it.
The aim of this partnership between the CoinDCX and Blockchain Council is to educate around 50 million users in India about the crypto and blockchain sector.
In the first half of the year 2020, CoinDCX organized a Series A funding round and raised around $3 million. At that time, the round was led by Bain Capital.
The exchange also secured around $2.5 million from Coinbase and Polychain Capital for its strategic investment.