European Tech School announces a partnership with Nomadic Labs with the aim to help people accelerate their careers in Blockchain. Both companies are joining forces to train over 300 professionals every year to reduce the current shortage of blockchain professionals in the industry.
By joining European Tech School, Nomadic Labs, Tezos blockchain experts, aim to help raise blockchain technology on a European scale to promote the sustainable development and use of this technology. European Tech School, on the other hand, is one of the main online schools for blockchain education.
In 2020, Blockchain was listed as the number one “hard skill” in a report compiled by jobs site LinkedIn. Besides that, the Blockchain market size is projected to grow from USD 4.9 billion in 2021 to USD 67.4 billion by 2026, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 68.4%.
“The shortage of blockchain professionals as the industry grows is a well-documented concern all around the world. Our goal is to help as many people as possible get trained and start a career in blockchain” says ETS co-founder Victoria Gago.
Nomadic Labs is committed to advancing the state of the art of the Tezos Ecosystem and blockchain technology, as well as contributing to its dissemination and adoption at large.
To this end, Nomadic Labs’s experts are happy to work with European Tech School, educating and contributing its deep technological knowledge of Tezos blockchain to an initiative that aims to make blockchain technologies emerge in Europe.
Students at European Tech School learn in cohorts of 25-30 people through a combination of live classes, self-paced materials, teamwork, personalized feedback, curated readings and a final project. The programs are highly practical and outcome-oriented.
“Tezos is the world’s most advanced self-upgradable and energy efficient blockchain, using Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithm. Securing Nomadic Labs as partners will place our students at the forefront of the industry” says ETS co-founder Daniel Salmeron.
About Nomadic Labs
Nomadic Labs is one of the largest research and development centers within the Tezos ecosystem. Based in Paris, it brings together more than 50 engineering researchers working on the development and evolution of the Tezos protocol. Nomadic Labs helps companies and institutions to use the Tezos Blockchain for their business needs, providing technical support in France, Luxembourg and Belgium.
About European Tech School
A cohort-based online blockchain school launched by Victoria Gago and Daniel Salmeron with the mission to educate and support the global blockchain community.