The signing of the framework agreement between Bit2Me and Universidad Europea took place in a ceremony held at the university campus in Villaviciosa de Odón and had the presence of the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication at Universidad Europea, Francisco García Pascual, and the Chief Brand Officer of Bit2Me, José Luis Cáceres.
In the words of the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication at Universidad Europea, Francisco García Pascual, “this agreement between Universidad Europea and Bit2Me is of great interest and allows our students to train in the technological field and in disciplines currently in demand by companies such as blockchain technology. At Universidad Europea, we focus on preparing our students to successfully address the challenges they will face when exercising their professions. With agreements like this one, we encourage experiential learning for our students, which is one of the pillars of our institution’s academic model.”
For José Luis Cáceres, the agreement with Universidad Europea “shows the interest existing in Spanish society for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. A technology that will not only revolutionize the world of finance but will transform the productive model of our society as we know it today.”
Bit2Me’s CEO, Leif Ferreira, insists that “blockchain technology will reduce the costs of many private business processes, as it has the power to eliminate the need for intermediaries and improves the trust, traceability, and transparency of a large number of operations that today are neither efficient nor secure”.
The agreement between Universidad Europea and Bit2Me includes different training activities such as masterclasses, round tables, and training challenges (learning path), as well as technological hackathons for students interested in finding solutions to real cases related to blockchain technology.
All this knowledge will be channeled through Bit2Me Academy, the largest cryptocurrency training portal in Spanish, which has already trained more than 4 million Spanish-speaking people who can learn anywhere in the world for free.