Tron Partners With San Jose State University in Silicon Valley to Teach Blockchain and CryptoAssets
The Tron Foundation is doing its best to capitalize on its growth and get even more influence at the moment. The latest plan of the foundation is to offer learning courses about blockchain technology and create educational events. With a new partnership with the San Jose State University, it looks like Tron’s new plan will work out just fine.
According to the reports, the Tron Foundation would offer more traditional courses as well as learning events aimed at local fraternities.
This trend was starting to get strong since 2017 and it grew up a lot last year. The Ethereum Foundation, for instance, was one organization which was entangled with several projects like this when the study of the blockchain was started in universities.
Now, as it generally does, the Tron Foundation is set to follow the Ethereum Foundation’s footsteps in order to be more influent in the industry. Tron has recently posted on social media that one of the main goals of the company for 2019 was to “spread knowledge” about the blockchain technology and the decentralized world.
This new partnership with the San Jose State University will be very important in order for the company to set up its learning events in a place which will already have people interested in the subject.
It is also important to notice that not only a generalized idea of the blockchain technology will be promoted at the event, but Tron and BitTorrent as well. These are the companies promoting the events, so they will obviously use the opportunity to promote their own platforms at the same time that they will teach people about the blockchain technology.
The Blockchain And Universities
Several universities around the whole world are starting to pay attention to the blockchain technology now. Most of them have realized all the potential that this new technology will bring to the world and are interested in teaching the most important aspects to the students.
Universities like the New York University, the University of California at Berkeley, Princeton and others are already teaching blockchain course. Outside of the U. S., there are universities in Europe and Asia which are already offering courses, too.
Even private crypto companies like Coinbase and Binance Academy are offering courses so that people can understand more about this technology in order to upgrade their number of users and to spread blockchain awareness.