First Offline Event By Binance to Hold In Cameroon

Binance is the world’s biggest crypto exchange and blockchain ecosystem will hold its maiden offline event for crypto fans and enthusiasts in Cameroon. The aim is to continue its mission to increase the freedom of money, drive the adoption of blockchain and aid greater financial accessibility for Africans.

The offline event will hold on the 4th of December, 2021, and on the 11th of December, 2021. The blockchain will take its efforts into Douala and Yaounde, two major cities in Cameroon.

As a frontier in blockchain education, Binance makes sure that crypto enthusiasts have access to the right information about how the crypto ecosystem works. Binance Masterclass started in January 2020, it provided insights about crypto trading to careers in the blockchain ecosystem. Binance has provided free crypto education to over 400,000 Africans since then.

At the end of 2020, more than 70,000 Africans were educated in the first year of the Masterclass launch, Binance has since doubled down on its efforts in providing educational resources to more than 177,000 Africans in Q1 in 2021 and more than 179,500 in Q2 in 2021.

The physical events taking place in Cameroon will hold on December 4, 2021, 9 am-2 pm at Aurelia Palace, Nylon Bastos in Yaounde while it will hold on December 11, 2021, 9 am-2 pm at Serena Hotel, Akwa Nord in Douala.

Blockchain enthusiast and local entrepreneur, Junie Maffock, will be joining attendees, where they will learn about the Binance ecosystem, fundamentals of blockchain, trading fundamentals, how to set up a Binance account, and lots more. There will also be loads of fun, giveaway, and engaging games.

This offline event is not, however, Binance’s first education effort in Francophone Africa. Binance hosted its first-ever masterclass in July 2021, it was dedicated to French-speaking Africans to indicate the kick-off of its crypto education efforts.

“The African continent holds some unique opportunities for cryptocurrency adoption and development. As such, we see blockchain education as vital in actualizing these opportunities. It is also clear that the potential of Francophone Africa to be a core part of this development is endless and we are committed to ensuring that more people have access to the right information”, Francophone Africa Lead at Binance, Carine Dikambi has said.


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Boluwatife Aponmade
Boluwatife Aponmade
Boluwatife Aponmade is a Writer, Content Creator, Social Volunteer, Sickle cell Advocate and a lover of arts. She does creative writing, copywriting, storytelling and poetry. She has interest in Mass communication, Law and Journalism. She's a Biochemistry Student.

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