UAE 3air, blockchain internet startup that aims to bring high-speed broadband internet access, blockchain and DeFi to Africa, has partnered with Africa Chamber of Digital Commerce and Nigerian Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy.

The Africa Chamber of Digital Commerce (ACOFDC) announced the partnership between the ACOFDC, 3air and the Nigerian Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy during the ACOFD Summit ’22 that took place in Dubai UAE in March 2022. Together, they will power the “ACOFDC mesh No-code Low-Code Visual Programming technology training program” that aims to train and certify 3.5 million African youth in Dittofi no-code visual programming with the purpose of tackling unemployment and accelerating inclusive digital economy in Africa.

“The 3air team is excited to work with the ACOFDC and the Nigerian Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy to educate millions of aspiring Africans in tech. We believe that educating and empowering upcoming talent is the key to creating strong digital economies in Africa and helping to create jobs for African youth,” said 3air CEO, Sandi Bitenc.

In addition to forming partnerships and supporting educational programs, 3air’s focus is bringing high-speed broadband internet access to all. This will in turn open up the world of blockchain and DeFi to millions of people and businesses who are currently not connected to the internet.

Once users are onboarded on the 3air platform, they have access to DeFi and online banking, and can create their own decentralized digital identities to access life-enhancing services on the blockchain. 3air is committed to using the blockchain to bridge the digital divide in Africa and help empower Africans with the tools they need to participate in the global economy.

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