Revolut introduces Crypto Learn and Earn feature

Users of the financial app may now take use of the new feature to learn about cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology while earning cryptocurrency incentives.
Revolut introduces Crypto Learn and Earn feature
Revolut introduces Crypto Learn and Earn feature

Through the “Learn and Earn” campaign, Revolut, a worldwide banking app, has joined a growing list of businesses supporting bitcoin education. Users are rewarded with cryptocurrency under the idea of being knowledgeable about important blockchain-related subjects.

“Learn and Earn” is being launched by Revolut and Polkadot.

All of Revolut’s users have access to the functionality, and they can earn up to $15 for finishing the courses and passing the final exam, the $33 billion company stated in a news release.

The Web3 Foundation, the creator of the multichain network Polkadot, worked with the British neobank to create the new feature, the British neobank added. The prizes given to students will be in DOT, the native cryptocurrency of Polkadot.

Revolut claimed to offer two short courses at the moment. The first discusses the fundamental ideas behind cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology that powers them. Additionally, it informs users about the hazards related to the cryptocurrency market as well as the distinctions between cryptocurrencies and fiat money.

In the second, Polkdadot is discussed in relation to how it “unites blockchains into Web3.” Additionally, it discusses DOT, Polkadot’s use cases, and important network characteristics like governance and relay chain.

The UK-based banking platform announced that it would keep growing its Learn and Earn program and introduce more courses to help enhance financial and crypto education.

Revolut Adores Bitcoin

Revolut has previously ventured into the area of cryptocurrencies. When it offered Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin for trading in 2017, the company’s experience with cryptocurrencies officially began.

Revolut added support for XRP and Bitcoin Cash to their list of supported cryptocurrencies in 2018. The financial software added 11 more cryptocurrencies to its list of offers last year, bringing the total to more than 20 tokens.