We introduce to you BEN's newest decentralized initiative: the BEN Wiki.
Long have we come from the humble beginnings of passing around a shared Google Drive where students uploaded educational blockchain content they've made or articles they've written. Now, we have a full-fledged wiki that anyone can sign up and become a contributor for.
In the BEN Wiki you'll find blockchain educational lessons, videos, articles, tutorials, activities, presenter slides, guides, how-to's, tips & tricks, and more. The best part is, all of the content is decentralized-ly contributed by our students, clubs leaders, alumni, professors, and partners.
Check out the new BEN Wiki at https://learn.blockchainedu.org/.
Our second announcement is the revival of the BEN Discord, which we managed in 2018 but left to return to Slack. Since them, Discord's features and moderation tools have come a long way, and has become a preferred way for members of the blockchain community to congregate.
We are excited to give Discord another chance as a great way to bring together the student & non-student blockchain community in scintillating discussions around blockchain, trading, mining, coding, upcoming events, jobs & opportunities, grants, and anything else you can think of.
Sign up for BEN to get a BEN Discord invite link at https://blockchainedu.org/join.
If you are a student, be sure to include your school and graduation year to get an invite to the Discord that automatically adds you as a student. See you there,
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✉️ Sign up for access resources like free event tickets, job opportunities, and educational blockchain educational content.