Tron CEO Justin Sun donates $ 1.5 million to Al Maaba, co-founder of Jack Ma & # 39; s University

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Tron and BitTorrent CEO Justin Sun has donated $ 1.5 million to Hupan University, founded by Alibaba & co-founder Jack Ma, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on April 8.

Hupan University was launched by Ma in 2015 in an effort to help entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs learn core skills needed for further development and promotion in the Chinese market. Sun's contribution is said to support the next class of 41 students from 14 industries, with around half representing the internet sector and half the traditional sector.

Responding to the importance of the university for professional development, Sun said: "Hupan University has made a huge impact and difference for me and the company. Without Hupan, Tron will not be what it is today. My entrepreneurship there was enlightened and developed."

Educational institutions around the world have gradually implemented blockchain technology, both in their curricula and in their administrations. In February, the Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony and IT equipment company Fujitsu created an encrypted database for educational documents. When using the platform, Japanese language schools can compare certificates with data recorded on the blockchain to verify that the documents are authentic.

That same month, the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta and the TalentSpirit training platform began to jointly offer an advanced program in fintech and blockchain. The new program scheduled for this month is said to be aimed at management and financial professionals who want to inform participants about the growth of financial technology and its potential impact on the banking and financial ecosystem.

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