Bitcoin Education Program Sees Exponential Growth in El Salvador

Mi Primer Bitcoin, the Bitcoin education program based in El Salvador, has announced the launch of a new and improved diploma program in English. The organization aims to change the way people learn about Bitcoin by making the course interactive, fun, creative, accessible, and easy to understand for all. According to Dalia Platt, the head of curriculum for Mi Primer Bitcoin, the program uses examples that can reach and impact every corner of the world.

The student workbook covers topics ranging from “What is Money?” to “Navigating Scarcity in a Growing Economy,” and more. According to Platt, the organization has seen exponential growth, educating more than 10,000 students this year, which is 25 times more than last year. As the first Bitcoin nation, El Salvador has a unique opportunity to lead the way in Bitcoin education.

The program first received coverage by Bitcoin Magazine in June 2022, where more than 35 high school students received their Bitcoin diplomas. Since then, the educational mission of Mi Primer Bitcoin has remained the same. Platt believes that their new Diploma Program has played a significant role in achieving leading Bitcoin education, and they are continually enhancing the course by incorporating feedback from current and past students and teachers.

Bitcoin education is an essential part of adoption worldwide. Without proper knowledge about the current workings of the monetary systems of the world and the new protocol that Bitcoin offers, one cannot make a proper decision to adopt Bitcoin. Only after learning about money as it is and money as it could be, is the full potential of Bitcoin unveiled. Programs like Mi Primer Bitcoin offer education and learning to unlock that potential.

The English version of the program will make it accessible to a wider audience, expanding its reach and impact on a global scale. With the help of Mi Primer Bitcoin, individuals can gain a better understanding of Bitcoin and its potential to change the world’s monetary systems.

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