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Author Topic: [2017-07-31]Blockchain Education Network To Conduct Airdrop  (Read 2235 times)
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July 31, 2017, 01:16:05 PM
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The Blockchain Education Network will be conducting a global ‘Bitcoin Airdrop’ in partnership with Bitjob. It has been announced that fintech universities and cryptocurrency communities from 7 countries will participate in the airdrop, with the first event commencing on August 11 in Colombia. The events will distribute free bitcoin to young adults, and is set to see participation from many significant entities within the cryptocurrency industries.

The Blockchain Education Network has announced that it will be conducting a global ‘Bitcoin Airdrop’, starting in Colombia on August 11. The bitcoin event will then move to Russia, and will also make stops at the McGill University and the Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada; UC Berkeley, Wake Forest University, and St. Petersburg in the United States; the University of Queensland in Australia; Trivandrum and Bangalore in India, and in Puerto Rico. Several educational institutions are giving away small quantities of bitcoin during the event, providing young adults with the opportunity to experience cryptocurrency use.

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This is really good news for some people living in those areas mentioned in this news. I am sure this can create some excitement and in effect will promote the use and spread of Bitcoin. This kind of program should be encourage as this can help in making Bitcoin go mainstream. The Blockchain Education Network can ask for donations from Bitcoin holders and enthusiasts to make the program implemented in more areas of the globe.

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