BitMart Partners with George Mason University, Nurturing the Future Blockchain Leaders

BitMart Exchange, a premier global digital asset trading platform, recently announced their strategic partnership with George Mason University (GMU). This is the second university cooperation after BitMart’s partnership with Stony Brook University (SBU). Apparently, BitMart is determined to break the bottleneck of talent cultivation in blockchain industry.

“The right people were not informed about the best application of the new technology. They misused and abused it.” said Sheldon Xia, Founder & CEO of BitMart. “I believe, From an exchange perspective, it is our responsibility to make sure that people are receiving adequate and correct education about blockchain technology and foremost, thus creating the sustainability of a healthy blockchain community.”

George Mason University (GMU) is a public research institution founded in 1972. With main campus located in Fairfax, Virginia, part of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, GMU has a world-class reputation in many fields of academic research, such as law, political science, public policy, economics, computer science, and engineering. Mason faculty have twice won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics. In 2016, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education released new listings that included George Mason in the “Highest Research Activity” (R1) category.

According to Sheldon Xia, the cooperation will proceed in the following aspects.

Support Academic Research and Fellowship Program

Transform Traditional Teaching Methods

Offer Blockchain Lectures and Other College Activities

“To ensure a sustainable growth of blockchain technology, industry players should make concerted efforts to cultivate and support open-source development talent through educational programs, professional incentives, industry dialogue, etc.,” said Sheldon.

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