Radium Blockchain Proof of Stake Cryptocurrency Partners with University of Texas at Arlington
Radium a company that specializes in bringing advanced utility to blockchain has just announced they are in partnership with the University of Texas at Arlington.
An Agreement Has Been Reached
The core team at Radium, and together with the University of Texas have formulated an agreement. They have collaborated to try and deliver scholarships to two of their best students, this should happen every semester for the next five years.
The Radium project has been established as a crypto project that is mainly focused on identity management, file signing, verification services, proof of ownership and custom assets. It has been considered to be an excellent deflationary asset as it is able to supply about nine million coins.
At the moment the PoS rewards that have been established to secure the blockchain technology is said to be between 15%-25%.
With this move the company has made with the university, it is clear they are looking into getting in the best ways to invest in the future. As a result, Radium will be able to increase their growth potential drastically and in turn, be able to solidify their current place within the industry.
The partnership is said to bring about new perspectives and have the opportunity to work with the University students. And with the collaboration, we should be able to see great projects. Sajib Datta, Ph.D. will be responsible for effectively supervising the students.
He runs the blockchain and programming courses that are at the university; as a result, he was able to be an advisor in the Radium Core Team.
“The field of computing is evolving exponentially, with new technologies emerging all the time. Partnering with Radium will provide UTA students the opportunity to gain real-world experience while also allowing Radium to benefit from the original thinking and ingenious engineering skills that youngsters bring,” said Dr. Datta.