The Blockchain Center of Catalonia (CBCAT) has launched the third challenge ‘BlockchainXODS’, a program aimed at university students to train in blockchain and its subsequent application in real projects focused on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). promotes. On this occasion the aim is to use this technology to curb climate change.
The third edition of the ‘BlockchainXODS’ challenge, in response to SDG 13 (Adopting Immediate Measures to Combat Climate Change and Its Effects) and SDG 15 (Sustainable Management of Forests, to Combat Desertification) Decarbonization provided by forested areas Wants to calculate and encourage promotion. Preventing and reversing land degradation and preventing biodiversity loss).
The entity collaborating with CBCAT and that will implement the solution of the winning team of the challenge is the Bitcoin Association for BSV, a non-profit consortium that supports the BSV blockchain protocol and seeks to build an ecosystem that is regulated. advocates. cryptocurrency. It encourages lawful conduct and drives digital currency and blockchain innovation.
Take part in the third ‘BlockchainXODS’ challenge
University students from any discipline with an interest in the fight against climate change and who have a basic knowledge of blockchain or are interested in achieving it can participate. At the start of the challenge, mandatory virtual training will be provided to all participants to publicize this technology, SDGs and the fight against climate change.
Students can sign up in groups or individually and CBCAT will be in charge of forming teams of three or four people. Everyone who takes part in the challenge will receive a certificate that certifies their participation and the winners will also receive virtual reality glasses. The registration period will be open through the program’s website till September 15.