Gemini Aims to Break Down Crypto’s Entry Barriers With Education Platform

Gemini, the major cryptocurrency exchange founded by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, has announced the launch of Cryptopedia, a free educational platform aider to provide high-quality crypto education to the masses.

According to the announcement, the platform will offer to crypto enthusiasts of all levels of knowledge and interest, including resources on a wide range of topics and applications such as cryptocurrency fundamentals, investing and trading concepts, information on specific projects, and tips on cybersecurity practices.

The platform will allow experts and leaders to share their knowledge and thoughts on the technology, with names like Brendan Eich (Brave CEO), Frederik Gregaard (Cardano Foundation CEO), Stani Kulechov (Aave CEO), Charlie Lee (Litecoin Creator), and Kathleen Breitman (Tezos co-founder) being listed as some of the members of the “Expert Network”.

This network will allow industry leaders to contribute with their insights to provide a deeper level of understanding to crypto enthusiasts using the platform, straight from the mind of some of the greatest visionaries in the ecosystem.

Cameron Winklevoss expanded on the new platform by stating:

“Our mission at Gemini is to empower the individual through crypto and we believe that journey begins with understanding. We know that the lack of comprehensive education around crypto is one of the main barriers to entry and adoption for consumers — which is where Cryptopedia can help.”

Major exchanges like Binance, Coinbase, and Kraken have previously launched their own education platforms to offer resources to their users but the collaboration from industry leaders could make Gemini’s platform one of the most influential for future education on crypto.

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