Bitget Trains Over 6,000 Students: Here’s How to Get Certified

Bitget’s Blockchain4Youth initiative provides free blockchain certificates to over 6,000 students, equipping them with fundamental blockchain literacy.

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  • Bitget’s Blockchain4Youth issued 2,000 certificates in its first year.
  • It covers fundamental blockchain concepts and practical applications. 
  • The program addresses the growing demand for blockchain skills.

Bitget, a major cryptocurrency exchange, is celebrating the first anniversary of its Blockchain4Youth initiative. In the past year, the program has issued over 2,000 free blockchain certificates. It provides fundamental blockchain knowledge through courses accessible to students around the world. 

How to Get Bitget’s Blockchain Certificate

Launched in May 2023, Bitget’s Blockchain4Youth program offers free certification to students who complete its series of blockchain courses. During the past year, the program delivered over 54 campus lectures and workshops globally, involving over 51 universities, such as the University College London and National Taiwan University. The initiative is designed to give participants basic blockchain literacy. 

To earn a Blockchain4Youth Certificate through Bitget’s program, participants must complete the three foundational course modules offered via Bitget Academy. These are: 

  • Introduction to Blockchain: Covers fundamental blockchain concepts and how they can transform industries.
  • Inside a Blockchain Future: Focuses on consensus mechanisms, network layers, and privacy aspects.
  • Blockchain Applied: Discusses practical applications like DeFi, NFTs, and Web3.

To earn a Blockchain4Youth Certificate through Bitget’s program, participants must complete the three foundational course modules offered via Bitget Academy. Once finished, students can apply for the certificate by filling out a Google form and answering multiple-choice questions that test their understanding of blockchain concepts, consensus mechanisms, and real-world applications. After submitting the form, successful candidates receive their certificates. 

Why Get the Certificate? 

The blockchain market is projected to reach over $800 billion by 2032, driven by its integration into sectors like supply chain management, IoT, and finance. This means that gaming, healthcare, and finance companies seek experts who understand smart contracts, cryptography, and decentralized applications. 

Furthermore, these roles extend well beyond crypto and include finance, supply chain management, gaming, healthcare, and IoT. Many companies also seek individuals skilled in smart contracts, cryptography, and decentralized apps (dApps). 

Basic knowledge of blockchain equips people with the ability to navigate both the developing job market and emerging trends in Web3 technologies. It opens the door to a broad spectrum of opportunities in a rapidly growing field.

On the Flipside

  • The courses mainly cover basic concepts, which may not be sufficient for those seeking advanced blockchain expertise.
  • Online sessions lack the in-person networking opportunities that traditional workshops offer.

Why This Matters

Free courses and certificates are making blockchain education more accessible worldwide. Programs like these help fill the growing demand for blockchain skills across industries by giving students essential training.


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David Marsanic

David Marsanic is a journalist for DailyCoin who covers the intersection of crypto, traditional finance, and government. He focuses on institutionalized crypto entities like major cryptocurrency exchanges and Solana, breaking down complex topics into easy-to-understand writing. David's prior experience as a business journalist at various crypto and traditional news sites has enabled him to maintain a critical approach to news while adhering to high journalistic integrity standards.