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Binance Charity Brings Web3 Education to Africa

Through the scholarships, Binance aims to remove the financial barriers and champion the future of Web3 leaders in Africa.

Web3 Education Meets Africa

Binance Charity has partnered with technology training platform Utiva to award Web3 scholarships to 1000 students across 19 countries in Africa.

Given the huge unemployment rate in the continent, the scheme aims to provide 18-35-year-olds with the relevant skills needed to break into the tech industry. Thanks to Binance Academy, the potentially life-changing opportunity is free and will last over the span of one year.

Binance Charity’s Web3 education initiative can be seen in its latest commitment to award 30,665 Web3 scholarships in 2023. The Binance Charity Tech Scholarship form in partnership with Utiva is, however, no longer receiving responses as applicants are encouraged to look forward to other initiatives.

What is Binance Charity:

Binance Charity, the philanthropic arm of Binance, is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a future where Web3 technology is used as a force for good. It has received more than 82,000 applications to its Binance Scholar Program, which has so far dedicated $2.2 million BUSD to supporting free access to some of the world’s best Web3 educational opportunities.

Where to find Binance Charity:

Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | Telegram |

What is Binance:

Binance positions itself as the world’s leading blockchain ecosystem and crypto-asset infrastructure provider with a financial product suite that includes the largest digital asset exchange by volume. The Binance platform aims to increase the freedom of money for users and features a comprehensive portfolio of crypto-asset products and offerings, including trading and finance, education, data and research, social good, investment and incubation, decentralization, and infrastructure solutions.

Where to find Binance:

Website | Twitter | Discord | Telegram |

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