Bitget Launches Blockchain4Youth Campus Roadshow in Philippines

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Bitget, the world's leading cryptocurrency exchange and Web3 company, has launched a series of campus roadshows under the Blockchain4Youth $10M initiative. The educational drive spans from colleges to specialization institutions where Bitget will spread awareness around the transformative technology of crypto and blockchain. The event kickstarted its first roadshow with the University of Perpetual Help System in Laguna on 14th February 2024. It witnessed participation from over 200 students enrolled in Computer Science and Information Technology programs. The roadshow is designed to encourage youth to begin their web3 careers and broaden their technological expertise through the Blockchain4Youth initiative.

Bitget is focused on bringing emerging technologies and their real-life use-cases to students enriching their academic experiences. From blockchain development to applications and entrepreneurship, the students are provided with detailed workshops and collaborative opportunities. To support and strengthen this educational drive, Blockchain4Youth will enable students with blockchain applications, crypto overview, and a playground to land internships in WEB3 companies in the Philippines.

Opening up avenues for students' careers in the revolutionary fintech space, Bitget plans to spread awareness and mass adoption of blockchain throughout the region with a core focus on supporting students pursuing technology-related academics.

"Bitget plans to enable students with better access to blockchain education and a playground to pursue it. There's a growing demand for highly equipped blockchain and crypto professionals, and we're constantly cultivating talents for the future development of the whole ecosystem. We're constantly looking out to educate and fund emerging ideas from the youth." said Gracy Chen, Managing Director at Bitget.

The event featured speakers such as Ben Joseph Banta – CEO of Ranida Games, Isaeus Gulang – Founder of AWS Cloud Club Philippines, Eli Becislao – Managing Director of THE BLOKC, Armielyn Obinguar – Technology Director at Cloud Ace Philippines, Eliezer Rabadon, CEO of DVCode Technologies, Athena Abe – KCH Coach at PAR Technology, along with Bitget's team members Jose Antonio and Marc Castro.

Blockchain4Youth is built on Bitget's fundamental philosophy of driving Web 3 adoption and inspiring individuals to embrace crypto and blockchain. Bitget believes that a blockchain-based future is crucial for catalyzing new solutions that drive acceptance and encourage people to embrace this new world. Bitget recognizes that the younger generation is key to promoting these ideas and aims to help them become proactive leaders.

Phillippines stands as one of the top crypto adoption markets with significant growth driven by a combination of government support, innovative startups, and a community of developers and enthusiasts. With crypto-friendly regulations, the Philippines is currently emerging as a top crypto hub; at Bitget, the goal is to accelerate this ongoing adoption and provide youth with the means to learn and grow.

About Bitget

Established in 2018, Bitget is the world's leading cryptocurrency exchange and Web3 company. Serving over 20 million users in 100+ countries and regions, the Bitget exchange is committed to helping users trade smarter with its pioneering copy trading feature and other trading solutions. Formerly known as BitKeep, Bitget Wallet is a world-class multi-chain crypto wallet that offers an array of comprehensive Web3 solutions and features including wallet functionality, swap, NFT Marketplace, DApp browser, and more. Bitget inspires individuals to embrace crypto through collaborations with credible partners, including legendary Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi and official eSports events organizer PGL.

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