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VeChain’s Collaboration with EasyA and Harvard Sets Sights on Blockchain Sector Leadership

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  • VeChain partners with EasyA for a successful Learn-2-Earn campaign, attracting over 3,500 participants.
  • The top 200 performers will participate in a hackathon at Harvard University with a prize pool of $30,000.

The Learn-2-Earn Initiative: A Crucible for Blockchain Talent

In an unprecedented alliance, VeChain and EasyA have masterminded a Learn-2-Earn campaign, simultaneously democratizing education and incentivizing talent in the blockchain ecosystem. Within this paradigm, participants have been earning VeChain Tokens (#VET) while immersing themselves in VeChain’s tools and ecosystem.

Over 3,500 blockchain aficionados have opted into this intellectual crusade. The synergy between gamification and education has manifested in remarkable user engagement, serving as a testament to the campaign’s efficacy.

This immersive learning experience doesn’t just end with acquiring knowledge and tokens; it escalates into a tangible real-world opportunity. The most adept 200 performers from the campaign will congregate for a high-stakes hackathon at none other than Harvard University. These elite developers will vie for a substantial prize pool of $30,000, a magnet that is sure to draw innovative solutions and unprecedented blockchain applications.

Details about this transformative event are yet to be unveiled, but the anticipatory atmosphere within the blockchain community is palpable. The campaign acts as a funnel, not just attracting but refining talent, and channeling it toward meaningful, competitive avenues like the forthcoming hackathon.

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