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Revolut and Polkadot partners for Crypto 'Learn & Earn' courses | Invezz


invezz.com 11 July 2022 15:49, UTC
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Global financial super-app Revolut has partnered with the Polkadot blockchain network to offer its 18 million customers access to Crypto ‘Learn & Earn’ courses.

The new Revolut’s ‘Learn & Earn’ courses have been created to allow clients to learn about cryptocurrencies and in the process earn DOT tokens. Revolut’s customers will be able to gain knowledge of blockchains and protocols, cryptocurrencies, and tokens.

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Customers will be able to earn up to $15 in DOT tokens for taking short and simple courses and eventually completing the final quizzes.

According to the Crypto General Manager at Revolut, Emil Urmashin:

“There’s a huge appetite from our customers to learn more about cryptocurrencies. ‘Learn & Earn‘will help them better understand the trends, risks, and potential opportunities associated with Crypto. Our collaboration with Web3 Foundation on Polkadot, one of the most popular blockchain networks, will help customers become more familiar with crypto concepts.”

Revolut’s ‘Learn & Earn’ courses

At the moment, there are two courses that are available for Revolut.

The first course is ‘Crypto Basics’ and it seeks to educate clients about cryptocurrencies compared to fiat money. It also helps customers to understand decentralized system cryptography, the mechanics of blockchain technology, and the risks of investing in crypto.

The second course is about Polkadot, which is a multichain network, and how it is uniting blockchains through Web3. It uses visual materials including interactive cards and videos to educate people about Polkadot’s native token, DOT, Polkadot’s governance system, Polkadot’s Relay Chain, and Polkadot use cases.

Revolut plans to add more courses to the ‘Learn and Earn’ by the end of this year.

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