MALIBU, Calif., April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Crypto Company (OTC: CRCW) is proud to announce the closing of the acquisition of Blockchain Training Alliance.
This acquisition of the company and its intellectual property is expected to compliment The Crypto Company’s existing Blockchain educational service offerings.
Blockchain Training Alliance, a blockchain training company, was established in 2018. They have provided training and educational courses to some of the largest companies in the world. They service both corporate and individual students. As there is a shortage of both blockchain coders and blockchain strategists, we believe in Blockchain Training Alliance’s mission: to educate, train and help to employ many thousands of people.
We believe that under The Crypto Company’s ownership we can add to the momentum that Blockchain Training Alliance has developed. With the growing demand in the blockchain industry, we see tremendous room for growth.
“The Crypto Company offers an exciting opportunity for Blockchain Training Alliance to strengthen its Blockchain training curriculum and expand on its globally recognized certifications,” said Melissa Richardson, Co-Founder and COO of Blockchain Training Alliance. “The acquisition of Blockchain Training Alliance meets The Crypto Company’s strategy to lead the Blockchain education market.”
We also believe that The Crypto Company’s existing relationship with the Blockchain at Pepperdine program at Pepperdine University is a very strategic value add for Blockchain Training Alliance. Our intent is that by working with Blockchain at Pepperdine, it will enable us to add university certifications to Blockchain Training Alliance’s suite of product offerings thereby creating a valuable competitive edge.
About The Crypto Company: The Crypto Company is engaged in the business of providing consulting services and education for distributed ledger technologies, for the building of technological infrastructure and enterprise blockchain technology solutions.
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