Business & Technology University (BTU) and Tether, the premier stablecoin issuer, offer cutting-edge blockchain and cryptocurrency training programs. Learn from experts and intern in the changing blockchain ecosystem.
In order to provide training programs about peer-to-peer, blockchain, and cryptocurrency technologies, Business & Technology University (BTU) and Tether, the largest stablecoin issuer in the world, have partnered.
One of the best universities in the nation is the Business & Technology University, which has its headquarters in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Courses on topics like Bitcoin, stablecoins, and other technologies that support monetary independence and free expression will be developed with the help of Tether.
The curriculum will specifically consist of a final project, guest lecturers, and eight lectures from local and worldwide blockchain professionals.
The relationship will also entail helping students from the institution arrange internships at businesses involved in the blockchain ecosystem.
Tether is the bridge between cryptocurrencies and stablecoins
An extensive selection of undergraduate degrees in subjects including engineering, computer science, and business are available to Georgians at BTU, a technology institution.
The institution wants to equip its students with the information and skills they need to succeed in the contemporary digital economy.
Few colleges worldwide currently offer courses specifically focused on developing blockchain-based technology, and those that do frequently just offer theoretical instruction in this area.
The reality is that the job market prefers to employ subject-matter specialists, however oftentimes, expertise in the industry trumps formal education in order to attract the attention of the real job market.
Currently, the industry experiences a substantial gap between available positions and the demand for qualified workers, resulting in the latter having the leverage to demand highly attractive compensation for their hiring.
Universities should close this gap, but they cannot just do so by giving forth theoretical information.
For this reason, it is crucial that in addition to the traditional courses given by university instructors, students get the chance to interact with new technologies by hearing about them from experts who have been in the industry for a long time.
The BTU course on cryptocurrency and stablecoins in collaboration with Tether
The largest co-working facility in the nation, Terminal, and the local digital education platform Academy of Digital Industry will collaborate on BTU’s curriculum in association with Tether.
The month-long training will resemble the Plan B summer school that Tether already runs in Lugano, Switzerland.
The program focuses on developing students’ practical experience and understanding in a field where experience frequently holds more value than formal education, with a majority of instructors teaching lessons in Georgian, while guest lecturers from outside deliver their inaugural lectures in English.
Georgia is not known for having a well-established blockchain ecosystem on a global scale.
Many Georgians, though, would be eager to travel and work overseas for a while in order to produce interesting outcomes.
Furthermore, because they do not start with a strong structure that is already entirely solidified, like the traditional financial system in industrialized countries, emerging countries frequently find it simpler to experiment with truly novel ideas.
Because the digital employment market is increasingly worldwide, these new technologies represent a real opportunity for developing nations that is not particularly difficult to take.
It is sufficient to note that Tether’s chief technology officer, Paolo Ardoino, is Italian and that Tether is a multinational organization with spread offices, where a Canadian and a Dutchman work at the executive level.
Ardoino, Devasini, and Van der Velde have taken Tether to the top of the world despite the fact that Italy is undoubtedly not a nation at the forefront of technology.
Comments regarding the new partnership
Professor Nino Enukidze, provost at BTU, said:
Our collaboration with Tether is an important step towards developing a blockchain education ecosystem in Georgia. We believe that this collaboration will create opportunities for our students to learn from industry experts and gain practical skills that will enable them to contribute to the development of the digital economy.
Paolo Ardoino, CTO of Tether, said:
We are excited to work with BTU to help foster the next generation of blockchain experts. Tether is committed to supporting education and academia, and this collaboration with BTU is an excellent opportunity to engage students in the region. This is only the start of our efforts in Georgia and we look forward to announcing more initiatives in the near future.