Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT), Tanzania has partnered with Belfrics Group (an international blockchain conglomerate) for skill development in blockchain domain. Praveenkumar Vijayakumar, Founder & CEO of Belfrics Group said, “There is still a humongous knowledge-gap in terms of the quality and quantity of blockchain talent in the market. This is a world problem! And we are happy to have associated with an esteemed institute like DIT which is synonymous with technology as an industry.”
The University of Bahrain (UoB) have collaborated with Belfrics Academy SDN BHD, the research & skill training unit of the international blockchain conglomerate, Belfrics Group of Companies to conduct ‘BlockEd’, an awareness program on blockchain technology with the aim to bridge the knowledge gap and help students to meet the talent expectation of the emerging blockchain industry.
Belfrics Kenya, a subsidiary of Belfrics Global, is eyeing on reforming the blockchain with the introduction of a KYC-compliant Belrium public-private blockchain to bring transparency to the regulators and institutions that embrace the technology. The chief of Business Development of Belfrics Kenya, Djibril Wachiye stated, “Any transaction that happens on the Belrium Blockchain has a legal identity.”