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Web3Clubs First Cohort To Graduate This Week


Web3clubs in partnership with BitKE will this week host its NEAR blockchain project presentations and Graduation ceremony.

This will be Web3clubs and BitKE’s very first accomplished cohort event that will enable its developers to be certified after completion of learning, building and deploying smart contracts on the NEAR network.

The three-month coding bootcamp comes to an end this 30th July at Ihub Senteu Plaza, as we’ll have web3clubs developers showcasing their final projects and presenting their minimum viable product visions with a logical economic value in mind to get a chance to be funded and accelerated into our Incubation program.

NEAR Protocol was designed with a best-of-breed approach in mind. It focuses on fixing the bottlenecks of the earlier blockchains while also enhancing the user experience to enable broader adoption of blockchain technology by existing Web2 users and developers.

Web3clubs is an Incubation and acceleration program that aims to build robust High School, College & University communities for students to pursue Web3 engineering. ”We are both market-led and community-focused. These are our main drivers to success and in response to transitioning from web2 around the continent.” the company says

NEAR Protocol on the other hand was designed with a best-of-breed approach in mind. It focuses on fixing the bottlenecks of the earlier blockchains while also enhancing the user experience to enable broader adoption of blockchain technology by existing Web2 users and developers.

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