The Africa Blockchain Institute (ABI) is set to open its first-ever blockchain school in Rwanda this year. The program seeks to provide high blockchain education to local developers, businessmen, students and also policymakers.
This new development comes after ABI previously ran a successful pilot phase of the program in Ghana. Therefore, the school’s curriculum has been adjusted in accordance to the responses of the participants.
Every technology company is looking for an enabling environment to serve the continent. This means suppottive policies, resource management and visibility for the market. All these make Rwanda stand out in Africa.Kayode Babarinde, ABI Executive Director
Additionally, ABI will work closely with the Blockchain Association of Rwanda. They will, thus, strengthen blockchain regulatory framework in the country.
The program will also gravitate towards further adoption of blockchain in Africa, and also open up the continent to foreign investment.