Tether Operations Limited, known for operating the widely used stablecoin USDt, has recently invested in the Series-A investment round of the Academy of Digital Industries in Georgia. 

The Academy, established in June 2018, focuses on digital training and masterclasses, covering subjects like design, engineering, programming, marketing, and business. It has reportedly enrolled close to 20,000 students and conducted nearly 1,900 classes.

This investment aligns with Tether’s broader goals and is part of a strategy to expand the Academy's global reach. The collaboration aims to integrate Tether’s network and expertise in modern payment and communication domains with the Academy’s educational platform. 

This partnership is expected to enhance the learning experience for students, particularly in areas like Bitcoin, stablecoins, peer-to-peer technologies, and AI.

Paolo Ardoino, CEO of Tether, emphasized the company's commitment to supporting education and innovation. He highlighted the importance of accessible and unbiased education as a key pillar for the future.

Tweet: https://twitter.com/paoloardoino/status/1738258289060622463

Additionally, Tether has recently completed an educational program in Georgia named “Mastering The Blockchain.” 

This program was developed in collaboration with the Academy of Digital Industries, the Georgian Agency for Innovation and Technology (GITA), and the Business and Technology University. It focused on educating students about Bitcoin, blockchain, and peer-to-peer technologies.

The “Mastering The Blockchain” course also featured guest lecturers from various industry experts, including Paolo Ardoino of Tether and Bitfinex, Mathias Buus of Holepunch, and others. 

This program is part of Tether’s ongoing efforts to promote financial freedom and innovation globally.

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