Kenya opens first cryptocurrency school

It connects young people at high risk of hunger to an online microwork platform enabling them to earn an income.

In Summary

•This program is targeting to train 400 people from remote areas until March.

•Using the app and the integrated digital wallet, the pilot participants can get paid instantaneously through the Celo dollars, which is a global stable coin pegged to the United States Dollar and they can cash out anytime to M-Pesa.

The World Food Programme in collaboration with Corsali, a machine learning company and Celo, Blockchain firm have launched the first crypto learning Centre in Kenya.

The project connects young ...

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