- Emurgo Academy officially opened in Bangalore, India this Thursday.
- Emurgo’s main aim is to facilitate commercial growth and usage of the Cardano blockchain.
Emurgo, the official commercial and venture arm of Cardano, has officially entered the Indian market with the establishment of Emurgo Academy in Bangalore. According to their press release:
“Along with local support from Indian government officials and enterprises, EMURGO Academy will train developers and create blockchain experts to expand the usage of blockchain technology. This strategic business expansion aligns with EMURGO’s philosophy and mission to drive the adoption of the Cardano blockchain ecosystem.”
E Venkatesan, Chief Executive Officer, EMURGO Academy, said:
“We are sure that at least 2,500 graduates of EMURGO Academy’s blockchain courses will go on to be hired in the first year by some of the country’s largest and most innovative organizations, thus serving to meet the gap in demand for quality blockchain developers.”
Emurgo’s main aim is to facilitate commercial growth and usage of the Cardano blockchain. Manmeet Singh, EMURGO Chief Investment Officer, said:
“At EMURGO, we deeply believe the the future of many leading industries will be profoundly impacted by blockchain technologies. This in turn will very quickly create a massive demand for blockchain engineers which we are committed to training. Without properly skilled talent, no technology can gain global adoption and prevalence. It’s all about jobs, jobs and more jobs.”
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