ConnecTech & MLG Offer Blockchain Workshops

September 17, 2018

ConnecTech announced a “strategic partnership with MLG Blockchain to improve blockchain education in Bermuda.”

“Under this partnership, MLG Blockchain will provide educational Blockchain workshops. The educational series will begin with an introductory information session on blockchains and cryptocurrencies for the public, followed by executive blockchain workshops for business leaders.” ConnecTech said.

Coral Wells, founder of ConnecTech explains, “We are pleased to partner with MLG Blockchain to offer this training in Bermuda.

“Technology is a fast-paced industry that plays an enormous role in just about every business from large healthcare organisations to small retailers using online payment platforms. I feel it’s important for us to maintain the skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to meet the ever-changing needs of the industry.”

The first blockchain information session is open to the public and will take place on September 17th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm at Connectech, 41 Cedar Avenue, 2nd Floor, Hamilton. This information session will provide a high-level overview of blockchain technologies.

MLG Blockchain will then provide two full-day workshops on September 18th or 19th from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at Connectech’s offices on 41 Cedar Avenue, 2nd Floor Hamilton.

These workshops cover the introduction to the foundations of blockchain technologies and deep dives into global use cases for industries such as banking, insurance, government and transport implementations. For more information and registration please visit here.

“We are truly excited that Bermuda has embraced blockchain technologies,” said Kerem Kolcuoglu, Head of Enterprise Consulting at MLG Blockchain.

“We have engaged with numerous blockchain initiatives around the world and we see the value in Bermuda becoming a leader in this industry. We hope to bring our knowledge and experience from this emerging industry to empower Bermudian businesses, the community and especially the youth to be able to identify innovative opportunities in this sector.”

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  1. aceboy says:

    SO, still no jobs. Just more “education”.