Gemini announced the launch of a new crypto educational campaign for 2020, considered to be the “YearOfCrypto”.
— Gemini (@Gemini) January 21, 2020
In fact, the Winklevoss twins’ company explains in the tweet that this 2020 is the year of cryptocurrencies and in order to help people understand them better, they launched the crypto 20in2020 campaign, which consists of 20 things to know about cryptocurrencies in this 2020.
Furthermore, Gemini has decided to give a $20 bitcoin bonus to those who will complete their learning journey on getstarted.gemini.com/20in2020.
The exchange is aware that ordinary people have a lot of questions about these new technologies and, based on the most frequently asked questions, they’ve developed a learning path with 20 things to know about the crypto world and how to start getting closer to cryptocurrencies in 2020.
There are 20 questions and answers, ranging from what a cryptocurrency is to what are the developments still taking place, including the definition of blockchain, the advantages of cryptocurrencies, why to invest in the crypto sector, the opinions of some people on Bitcoin, the difference with other cryptocurrencies and stablecoins, etc…
At the end of the course, there is a survey with three questions. By sending the answers it will be possible to access the exchange with a special button in order to redeem the $20 BTC prize.
This very short educational program is just a first small step to acquire the basic information for entering this sector, definitely not enough to learn everything necessary to operate in an informed way, and the $20 bonus shows that the initiative basically aims to increase the number of members of the exchange.
2020 really feels like a year that could be very interesting for the spread of cryptocurrencies, especially among ordinary people and in the traditional financial system.
In this regard, Tyler Winklevoss wrote a few days ago:
In 5 years, 70% of the work force will be millennials. Millennials understand the power of the digital gold thesis — they want software, not hardware — they want bitcoin.
— Cameron Winklevoss (@winklevoss) January 20, 2020
“In 5 years, 70% of the work force will be millennials. Millennials understand the power of the digital gold thesis — they want software, not hardware — they want bitcoin”.