Indian cryptocurrency exchange CoinDCX announced the launch of educational programs on blockchain and cryptocurrencies with the participation of the Blockchain Council.
Despite the possibility of a ban on cryptocurrencies in India in the near future, the CoinDCX management announced that they are ready to explain to everyone the principles of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency trading. As part of this initiative, the exchange is partnering with the Blockchain Council.
The trainings are suitable for both beginners and experienced traders – each category will be offered a specialized course. “Students” will also be able to participate in practical exercises with simulated cryptocurrency trading. The tutorials will expand the DCX Learn exchange education platform, CoinDCX said.
In addition, the new courses will complement the existing certifications from the Blockchain Council, which provides programs for learning the blockchains of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Hyperledger.
Blockchain Council Executive Director Toshendra Sharma said the trainings are focused on the latest developments and advances in the industry in order to raise public awareness of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, thereby contributing to people’s career growth.
According to CoinDCX, the highest demand for cryptocurrency specialists is in the city of Bangalore, located in the southwestern state of India, Karnataka.
The management of the exchange highlighted the relevance of cryptocurrency training programs for Indian citizens. So, in April, the executive director of CoinDCX Sumit Gupta said that against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and the lifting of the ban of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the volume of trading operations with bitcoin increased .
In March, CoinDCX raised $ 3 million in a Series A funding round to increase its presence in the Indian market, and in May, the exchange announced a partnership with BitGo to securely store and partially insure digital assets traded on the platform.