The Blockchain Academy Mexico has certified 30 people in blockchain after a two-week training course. This was reported to Cointelegraph in Spanish through a statement.
Last Friday, September 4th, the Blockchain Academy Mexico completed its new generation of “blockchain professionals”.
“After two intensive weeks, around 30 people were certified as consultants, regulators and programmers for blockchain. Each of the programs was taught virtually. Students from countries such as Argentina, Ecuador and several from some states in the Mexican Republic participated”, You detailed in the statement.
“The Blockchain Academy México constantly pursues two goals that complement each other. The first is to train professionals in technology and to address the misinformation that exists through education and new projects. The second goal is to create the largest and most consolidated community, adding value to the ecosystem in Latin America through various initiatives, ”they later added.
Camila Pineda acts as the head of communication and community leadership for the organization and from this role he commented: “Blockchain Academy Mexico has addressed these two goals to complement each other, as the first of them will be trained and built with each generation of graduates and participants. and at the same time a community is created through education, participation and access to the ecosystem “.
Diverse profiles and odds
From the Blockchain Academy Mexico they highlighted that Every month there are new quotas for their certifications broken down into three different profiles: corporations, lawyers and developers.
In return, the organization has a channel called Blockdemy Live, which currently has three free programs designed to create a digital community and train all technology enthusiasts and professionals.
Blockdemy Live programs are:
- LegalTech talks
- Crypto webinar series
- Code and hacks
“”What was really interesting about this new generation of Blockchain Academy Mexico was the involvement, engagement and conversation that were generated over these two weeks. Although the class ended at 10pm, many of them stayed with Blockchain Consultant until 1am and talked and learned about the ecosystem, ”they pointed out.
Then they added, “In the Ethereum program, students learned with live code that as a graduation project they created a ‘Crypto Kitties’ type application but with pizzas.”
Regarding the Blockchain Regulator, they said, “Every night there has been a constant debate between lawyers and the legal area of blockchain technology.
They also emphasized that in Hyperledger, they learned how to create and rebuild a Hyperledger Fabric network from scratch, as well as create chain codes to set the logic and business rules for interacting with the ledgers.
Who are the instructors?
The trainers who participated in the certifications were: Marco Muñoz, CEO of the Blockchain Academy México and trainer of the Blockchain Consultant Certification; Isaac D. López, Associate Attorney at CAYAD and Head Instructor at Blockchain Regulator; Jorge Tavares, co-founder and partner of Legal Compliance Advisors and trainer of Blockchain Regulator; Ernesto García, FullStack and Blockchain Developer and Ethereum Developer Instructor; and Alejandro Chapa, director of engineering at Nimblr and trainer for the Hyperledger developer.
Graduates from various Latin American countries
Some of the graduates came from countries such as Ecuador, Argentina and Mexican states such as Monterrey, Chiapas, San Miguel de Allende, Morelos, Campeche, Aguascalientes, Yucatán, Jalisco and Puebla.
“The most interesting thing was that we not only learned something about the technology we are passionate about, but also about each of our cultures and contexts,” emphasized Camila Pineda.
As an odd fact, the academy gave courses and lectures in countries like Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Peru before the pandemic.
More than 1,500 people have graduated and they have a community of over 5,000 users.
In addition, they stated that they are the only academy in blockchain that has so far developed a system for securing digital documents on blockchain that has worked with more than 20 organizations and organizations It has official collaborators such as: BBVA, Bitso, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Stellar, Huawei, among others.
“It is clear that every person who is part of the community and who has graduated from the academy creates great added value with every participation and intervention in our various media and communication channels. The truth is, as we go along, we meet enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, lawyers, developers, and even teachers who are interested in countering and working with this great technology, ”Camila concluded.
The Blockchain Academy Mexico has already opened new quotas for the next certifications, which will start on September 28th. It will be two intense weeks.
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