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Binance To Host Its First Offline Event In Cameroon

It is also clear that the potential for Francophone Africa to be a fundamental part of this development is infinite.

YAOUNDE, Cameroon, December 1, 2021 / APO Group / –

Binance (Binance.com), the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange and blockchain ecosystem, will host its first ever offline event for cryptocurrency enthusiasts in Cameroon as it continues its mission to increase money freedom, boost the blockchain adoption and enable greater financial accessibility for Africans. On December 4, 2021 and December 11, 2021, the blockchain giant will take its efforts to two major cities in Cameroon; Yaoundé and Douala.

As a leader in blockchain education, Binance continues to ensure that crypto enthusiasts have access to the correct information on how the ecosystem works. His educational series aimed at increasing crypto literacy in Africa, The Binance Masterclass (https://bit.ly/32V3gqN), began in January 2020 and provides education ranging from cryptocurrency trading to blockchain careers. Since then, Binance has provided free crypto education to more than 400,000 Africans. By the end of 2020, more than 70,000 Africans were educated in the first year of the Masterclass launch. Since then, Binance has redoubled its efforts, providing educational resources to more than 177,000 Africans in the first quarter of 2021 and more than 179,500 in the second quarter of 2021.

Details of the events taking place in Cameroon:

Yaoundé: December 4, 9:00 a.m. M. At 2:00 p. M., @ Aurelia Palace, Nylon Bastos

Douala: December 11, 9 a.m. M. At 2 p. M., @ Serena Hotel, Akwa Nord

Register HERE (https://bit.ly/3D8rXfv) to attend the event in Yaoundé

Register HERE (https://bit.ly/3pf0fsN) to attend the event in Douala

Attendees will join local entrepreneur and blockchain enthusiast Junie Maffock to learn about blockchain fundamentals, the Binance ecosystem, how to set up a Binance account, the fundamentals of trading, and much more. There will also be fun and engaging games and a giveaway.

However, this is not the first of Binance’s educational efforts in Francophone Africa. In July 2021, Binance hosted its first masterclass (https://bit.ly/3lqomn2) dedicated to French-speaking Africans, signaling the start of its crypto education efforts in the region. In the master class, more than 3,900 crypto beginners learned about the basics of blockchain, the easiest ways to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, and how to generate passive or active income. Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange and blockchain ecosystem, also hosted Beginner Tutorials (https://bit.ly/3IdDpds), a beginner webinar series that aims to provide an introduction to cryptocurrencies and seminars. interactive websites throughout the region.

In September 2021, Binance hosted a trading boot camp for crypto enthusiasts in Francophone Africa. The masterclass equipped more than 17,400 (https://bit.ly/3rqXhUx) people with business skills and an understanding of how it works in simple terms. Today, more than 25,000 people have benefited from Francophonie-focused educational efforts (https://bit.ly/31bqtVb).

“The African continent offers unique opportunities for the adoption and development of cryptocurrencies. As such, we see blockchain education as vital to actualizing these opportunities. It is also clear that the potential for Francophone Africa to be a critical part of this development is infinite and we are committed to ensuring that more people have access to the correct information ”. said Carine Dikambi, French-speaking Africa leader at Binance.

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