The National Blockchain Technology Innovation Center in Beijing, China, has officially commenced operations, marking a significant milestone since its initial announcement in February. With the collaboration of local universities, think tanks, and blockchain businesses, the center aims to foster the development of blockchain technology within the country. One of its key objectives is to train over 500,000 professionals in distributed ledger technology (DLT).
At the forefront of this new initiative is the Beijing Academy of Blockchain and Edge Computing, known for its creation of the ChainMaker blockchain. This homegrown blockchain technology serves as a blueprint for the center’s future developments. Notably, ChainMaker has garnered support from a consortium of 50 business corporations, including prominent state-owned entities like China Construction Bank and China Unicom. Reports suggest that the center will facilitate the establishment of “ultra-large-scale” blockchain computing power clusters.Continue reading… “Revolutionizing the Workforce: China’s National Blockchain Center to Train Half a Million Experts”