Binance's donation and humanitarian organization Binance Charity received 82,200 applications for Web3 training in just 6 months. As a result of the assistance provided by Binance Charity to date, a total of 259 thousand 180 hours of training has been realized. The institution aims to offer scholarship education to a total of 67 thousand 155 people, but most of the said quota has not been opened for applications yet. Binance Charity is at the forefront of bringing these projects to life, including the University of Western Australia, Frankfurt School of Finance & Business - Blockchain Center, Simplon, Utiva, Women in Tech and Kyiv IT Cluster in Ukraine and the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, in addition to Binance Academy. It works in collaboration with leading educational institutions.
Projects will continue
Commenting on the subject, Helen Hai, Leader of Binance Charity, said, “Our Web3 education projects have attracted unprecedented interest, revealing people's appetite for blockchain, decentralized finance, NFTs, coding and more. What's more, the people who take an interest in us have an incredible array of diversity. When we look at the ratios, we encounter the interest of quite a lot of women, which is one of the details that excites me in particular. “We are more excited than ever to build a more inclusive Web3 world, with many other education initiatives and such amazing partners waiting in the queue.”