South African Teacher’s Class Dancing Video Goes Viral

Bishop Lavis High School creative arts teacher Florance Vermeulen is encouraging his students to dance their way to success.   In a video going viral online, the dynamic Cape Town educator can be seen leading his class in a synchronised dance to Afrobeats hit ‘Azonto’ by Ghanaian-British hitmaker Fuse ODG.     The lyrics go: “Nobody wanna see you rising, And when they do it they don’t like it, they just wanna see you deep in crisis, drive yourself you don’t need a license.” The onnie says: I didn’t know…

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How to start a Cryptocurrency Business – 5 Things you should keep in mind

In the changing world every day, we get to learn about a new technology coming into place. As these days most people are preferring digital cash for different types of payments one of the latest and upcoming modes of payment is CRYPTOCURRENCY.   Cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as an intermediate of exchange that uses well-built cryptography to protect financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.     Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized digital currency and central…

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The Biggest World Summit on Cryptocurrency and Blockchain to be held in Moscow in May

More than 100 countries at the level of top officials and curators of blockchain technologies from states, more than 3,000 participants, more than 300 speakers, 2 days.     World Blockchain and Cryptocurrency summit (hereinafter: WBCSummit) will be held on May 19-20, 2018 in Moscow. The Organizing Committee of the Summit heads the counselor to the President of the Russian Federation for Internet development German Klimenko   For the first time, the Summit was held in Moscow on January 27, 2018, and brought together representatives of more than 30 countries…

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Is Blockchain the Solution to the Global Education Gap?

Education has the power to change lives. Unfortunately, not everyone has equal opportunities for success. The problem falls largely on socioeconomic barriers to receiving academic support. According to a 2012 Stanford report, by high school, the test scores for low-income students average three to six grade levels below students from affluent backgrounds. The difference is even more dramatic with students in developing countries with limited resources for education.   A major factor in the wide education gap globally is uneven access to tutoring. Tutoring allows students to reinforce their classroom…

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