May 24, 2024
Cardano Foundation Collaborates with Petrobras, Brazil
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Cardano Foundation Collaborates with Petrobras, Brazil

The Cardano Foundation has entered into a collaboration with Petrobras, the largest corporation in Brazil, to facilitate blockchain education and explore technology applications within the energy sector.

As of December 20, the foundation is set to conduct blockchain education workshops for Petrobras’ extensive workforce of 45,000 employees. The content from Cardano Academy will be made accessible via Petrobras University. Petrobras, a state-owned oil company founded in 1953, stands as the largest corporation in both Brazil and South America, boasting revenues totaling $124.7 billion in 2022.

The educational initiative will encompass a wide range of blockchain applications and use cases, incorporating interactive quizzes. To inaugurate the program, the Cardano Foundation organized two workshops in the Metaverse, focusing on blockchain regulations in Brazil and globally.

Cardano Foundation CEO Frederik Gregaard expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, emphasizing the collaboration with Petrobras—a Fortune 500 company and one of the world’s largest public corporations. Gregaard stated, “We are excited to partner with Petrobras and look forward to working with them, both to educate and to explore new use cases for blockchain technology.”

Upon completion of the blockchain training, participants will receive a certificate. The first 500 individuals to partake in the training will receive unique nonfungible tokens (NFTs) as a gift. These NFTs, developed in collaboration with the Petrobras Education Board, will dynamically change to reflect each participant’s progress and achievements throughout the training, serving as a digital representation of their accomplishments.

The Cardano Foundation, dedicated to supporting and promoting the Cardano blockchain ecosystem, plays a pivotal role in driving the platform’s development and adoption.

This strategic partnership aligns with one of Cardano’s key five-year objectives, unveiled in 2021, aiming to strengthen ties with Fortune 500 companies, enhance diversity in on-chain activity, and expand blockchain use cases across various industries.

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