FINANCIAL EDUCATION Platforms are exploring blockchain technology, and schools are jumping in as well.
In an interview with Recode, the Financial Education Platforms (Finp) revealed their latest investment into blockchain education.
The company said it has invested in a blockchain technology company called Blockchain Education, which has a “multi-year strategic partnership with the U.S. Department of Education and other U.K. and U.A.E. governments.”
It also plans to launch a blockchain-powered educational portal called the “Finp Blockchain Educational Portal.”
The portal will offer a suite of education-related services, including a blockchain education portal that will help teachers, educators, parents, and learners access blockchain education and related resources.
The platform said it will also be integrating blockchain education into its “Digital Learning Platform.”
The Financial EducationPlatforms announcement comes less than two weeks after Finp announced a blockchain startup called Coinapult as a blockchain investment vehicle.
Coinapult is a startup that allows its students to take part in blockchain classes.
The school said it would not disclose the name of the school or the financial terms of the deal.
“As an institution of higher learning, we are always looking for innovative and disruptive solutions to solve complex problems, and we believe that blockchain can help solve some of the biggest challenges facing education today,” said Kevin Johnson, CEO of Finp.
“The U.N. High Commissioner for Education and the U,S.
Coinapult CEO and cofounder Tim DeHaan told Recode that the platform is “the only education platform that allows you to learn in the real world.” “
Our blockchain investment program will focus on schools and learners, helping them make better informed decisions and invest in innovation that will benefit their students and their communities.”
Coinapult CEO and cofounder Tim DeHaan told Recode that the platform is “the only education platform that allows you to learn in the real world.”
Coinivate, a blockchain educational company, also announced a partnership with Finp in August.
Coinivacy, a platform that connects blockchain education to other blockchain technologies, announced a new funding round earlier this month.
Coiniva, a company that focuses on blockchain technology for education, is also an investor in Coinivac.
According to Coinivace, Coinivation will provide its blockchain technology solutions to Finp, while Coinivia will provide Finp’s blockchain education services.
Coinvac, Coiniva’s blockchain educational platform, has raised a total of $2 million in funding.