Silicon Valley is home to companies such as Facebook, Google, etc. Each year new startups are created in the most affluent states of the U.S.
Andreessen Horowitz is the Silicon Valley venture capital fund, decided to help people interested in crypto projects. It created a project called “a16z Crypto Startup School.” The blockchain education program starts in February.
In several days more precisely on Sunday school will stop accepting applications from the students. People who would apply should keep in mind that it is not possible to attend remotely.
Venture capital fund from California announced a free seven-week long blockchain education program for technologists in November.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about cryptocurrencies as well as blockchain computing principles. Moreover, they will learn how to build a start-up.
Moreover, no prior crypto experience is necessary. The classes will take place in a16z’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California.
Silicon Valley and crypto education
It is important to mention that without education, it will be hard to build successful crypto startups. By creating a crypto startup school, Andreessen Horowitz made an important decision.
Moreover, students will have an opportunity to learn from some of the most educated people in this industry.
The CEO of Coinbase Brian Armstrong is one of them. Also, instructors from a16z Chris Dixon and Ben Horowitz will take part in this program. Dan Boneh, professor of computer science from Stanford University. The list of instructors shows that students should do their best to learn as much as possible.
At the end of the program, there will be an open day, where students will have the opportunity to show off their projects.
Crypto startup school is another step forward when it comes to polarizing cryptocurrencies and crypto-related companies. Such projects will increase awareness as more people will learn how to use cryptocurrencies on a daily basis.