The Cardano Foundation is collaborating with Petrobras, Brazil’s largest enterprise, to provide Blockchain education and investigate application cases in the energy sector. The Cardano Foundation is collaborating with Petrobras, Brazil’s state-owned oil business, to deliver blockchain education and investigate technology use cases in the energy sector.
The foundation will host blockchain education sessions for Petrobras’ 45,000 employees, according to an announcement made on December 20, with Cardano (ADA) Academy content available through Petrobras University. Petrobras, founded in 1953, is the largest corporation in Brazil and South America, with projected revenues of $124.7 billion in 2022.
The scope of the programme will include a variety of blockchain applications and use cases, as well as interactive quizzes. To commemorate the program’s inauguration, the Cardano Foundation hosted two metaverse workshops on blockchain regulations in Brazil and around the world. “Our collaboration with Petrobras—a Fortune 500 company and one of the world’s largest public companies—highlights both the enterprise appetite for blockchain education as well as the Cardano Foundation’s and its mission’s growing reach.” “We are excited to work with Petrobras and look forward to educating and exploring new use cases for blockchain technology,” stated Cardano Foundation CEO Frederik Gregaard. Upon completion of the blockchain training, participants will receive a certificate. Furthermore, the first 500 participants at the training will receive one of a kind nonfungible tokens (NFTs) created in conjunction with the Petrobras Education Board. The NFTs will vary dynamically throughout the training to represent each participant’s progress and milestones, serving as a digital tracker and presentation of their particular achievements. The Cardano Foundation is devoted to the development and promotion of the Cardano blockchain ecosystem. The foundation is critical to the platform’s development and adoption. The collaboration is in line with one of Cardano’s primary five-year goals, which will be disclosed in 2021.