Centennial High School in Centennial, Colorado will be offering a series of talks on the Centennial Blockchain, including a presentation on Centennial’s Centennial-based blockchain and how it will be used to build an educational network.
The presentation is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 8.
Centennial has already set up a website and a Discord channel for the event, where you can ask questions and share feedback.
The Centennial School is one of five Centennial high schools to receive funding from the Centurion Project, a Colorado-based nonprofit focused on education and technology development for underserved populations.
Centurion was created by the Centurions Foundation, a non-profit focused on social entrepreneurship that aims to develop the next generation of leaders in education, technology, and other public services.
“We believe education is key to the future of the Centuran community,” the Centuriks Foundation says on its website.
“The Centurion community is diverse and includes people of many backgrounds, including students from all over the country and from around the world.
Our goal is to build a more diverse and inclusive environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.”
Students at Centennial will learn about blockchain technology, the Centuria blockchain, Centennial Centennial State, and the Century Blockchain platform.
They’ll also learn about the Centoria Blockchain Project and its vision for the future.
The talks will include topics such as the Centura blockchain, the blockchain platform, and Centennial Unified School District.
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