As the shortage of talents in the blockchain technicality and inability of most to understand the technology is becoming an issue, MouseBelt, a blockchain-based ecosystem has come up with a program to provide working knowledge for students.
The Alliance is said to enable students to get hands-on so that they will feel the bond with the technology and eventually believe that they’ll be hired/paid well. The first 13 members to join are Stellar Development Foundation, Tron, Hedera, Icon, Ontology, Wanchain, Harmony One, Nervos, Orbs, LTO Network, Emurgo, Nem, and ETC Labs.
Moving forward, there will be an addition of 15 more members, which will be announced by the San Francisco-based MouseBelt.
Ashlie Meredith, program director at MouseBelt University stated that “ask anyone what the most important thing the crypto industry can do, and [education] is probably their answer, and 2019 will go down as the year that the crypto community truly got organized to educate newcomers to the space—especially college students.”