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Traditional learning interrupted by the Metaverse school

Web3 Education: On-chain education has new players that can disrupt traditional systems, says Patrick Hagerty.

With the advent of Web3, there are educational opportunities that are easily accessible. This ecosystem of new ideas can disrupt traditional education like never before.

Web3 Education: Potential Benefits

On-chain education has two major benefits that cannot be denied. The first is to access information and educational tools, services and products from anywhere in the world, no matter who you are. This means that if you are in Europe and want to take a lecture from a world-renowned professor at an Asian university, you can easily enter and listen.

There are educational problems that developed countries face on a daily basis. Citizens of these countries often struggle to purchase and physically access the right tools to develop their skills and deepen their knowledge. In rare cases, if these opportunities are accessible, they are behind a “paywall” and consume very much capital.

The second major development of education within Web3 is a degree on the chain. Many developing countries do not have a reputable certification program. This will cause leading universities around the world to ignore degrees and other important academic performance. This limits citizens living in these countries from using these degrees to find work abroad or pursue further education abroad.

The educational gap is being filled

Cardano, a layer 1 blockchain, has focused primarily on improving education inequality in developing countries around the world. They bring over 5 million recognizable Ethiopian students with degrees on the chain. And they started working on creating digital IDs and promoting economic acceptance of the Tanzanian community.

Cardano’s goal is similar to the goal of many other Web3 and blockchain initiatives to make education easily accessible in other countries. In many of these countries, financial and educational inclusions are inextricably linked. More educated societies often have a more economically inclusive system. Uneducated countries often lack financial inclusion. 33% of African children are out of school by the age of 14. That number will double by the age of 17. In parallel with the African education system, only 20% of people living across the continent operate bank accounts.

On-chain learning

On-chain learning includes both aspects of real-life education, as well as bringing degrees and qualifications to a genuine, unreliable system that can be accessed from anywhere. But what does on-chain learning look like physically?

An example of a new Web3 education service is the AlterEgo Group. They are building the MMXXII Metaverse for cultural preservation. They say it will bring affordable and accessible education to every corner of the world. As long as you have an internet connection, users will have access to the Library of Alexandria in the 21st century. The plan will include a variety of materials and tools, as well as information on the architectural wonders of the world.

This metaverse and library focuses primarily on education and preservation of history on the chain. According to the company, the Metaverse Library aims for a beautiful and vibrant digital version of the physical library. People can enter and read digitized books in their collections, listen to recorded lectures, and see valuable artifacts.

Web3 accessibility is a true superpower across the industry and no longer ties services and products to physical location requirements. Educational metaverses like MMXXII can break barriers within traditional education systems unless you actually have to pay for college or go to the library to consume this information and receive knowledge.

Web3 Education: Other Examples

The NFT project RooTroop focuses on both education and employment. This helps qualified Web3 participants to pursue a career after being educated. There is a Web3 job board, which is well-positioned to drive innovation, recruitment and education.

Get used to[In]Crypto itself offers many educational resources on its Learn page. You can learn about cryptocurrencies and NFTs, as well as trading and investing. And there are downloadable ebooks on cryptocurrencies and sustainability efforts in the industry. Each lesson is labeled according to difficulty, with trending lessons at the top. It helps you to know what everyone else is talking about.

Such projects are essential to the advancement of Web3 education. Without proper education of people, they will not be able to properly participate in or participate in Web3. The goal of Web3 is inclusion and accessibility in an unreliable way, which starts with education.

Very few people in the world fully understand how blockchain technology and web3 work, so there are many opportunities for those who do.

Almost every traditional industry is looking for blockchain, from fast food restaurants like Taco Bell to fashion companies like Tommy Hilfiger and financial institutions like Visa and Mastercard.

This makes Web3 a great way to get into almost every conceivable industry, as it is highly knowledgeable and very difficult to find.

Projects focused on education and improving the sustainability of the industry as a whole will pave the way for a brighter, simpler and frictionless future.

About the author

Patrick Hagati Is a content and marketing writer with a passion for decentralized and blockchain-based technology.

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