Walton Blockchain Institute will train 150,000 developers in 3 years

13 Jan, 2019 | Updated: 13 Jan, 2019
by Alberto Arnaldo
Walton Blockchain Institute will train 150,000 developers in 3 years

The Walton Blockchain Institute, an organization recognized and authorized by the South Korean Ministry of Science and ICT, will be responsible for training the next generation of blockchain developers in the Asian country.

Per a blog post published by Waltonchain, a cooperation agreement with the Soth Korean FinTech Industry Association Network Alliance (K-FiNNeT) was announced. The partners will cooperate in the areas of developing blockchain-related educational content, investment, and blockchain talent employment resources for startups.

According to Hong Jun Yeong, K-FiNNeT chairman, 150,000 blockchain developers will be needed along the coming three years to supply the country’s growing industry:

At present, the shortage of professional blockchain developers is huge; there are only about 1,500 of them. In the next three years, 150,000 professional blockchain developers should be trained urgently in order to create more than 300 outstanding professional blockchain startups.

This is another milestone in the integration of Waltonchain with the South Korean economy, after being selected as the 2019 new educational organizationof the Ministry of Employment and Labor of South Korea, in order to provide public education to job seekers and employees in the country.

Read more: South Korea aims to secure the future of blockchain through education; Bithumb set to add Walton Chain ($WTC) and IoT Chain ($ITC) as prices soar

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