LizbethAlviarez

In April of last year (2018) I presented the Bitcoin Cash Association with a proposal for a project that aims to teach Bitcoin Cash to young high school students located in low-income communities of the city of Acarigua-Portuguesa- Venezuela. According to statistics, a large percentage of young Venezuelans have not heard of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin Cash. For this reason, I proposed this project funded by the Association of Bitcoin Cash, not only in order to impart information about our virtual currency but also to benefit from the donation of a combo of school supplies to students who participated and attended the talks . The main idea of ​​the project is to open the minds of these young people to a new economic system based on cryptocurrencies, emphasizing the characteristics and benefits of using Bitcoin Cash. The goal that I set myself was to reach 50 students and 15 secondary school teachers with this educational project, and after completing this phase of the project, give continuity to reach 500 students and 100 teachers with the help of the global community of Bitcoin Cash and your donations. So far, I work on the project with my children of 17 and 15 years, they are the ones who help me with these talks because I have involved them with cryptocurrencies (in the photos you can see my daughter pending the slides), For this reason and because of the situation in our country (Venezuela), the development of the project is currently slow. Another weakness is that I do not have the material resources: lapto (I work with the "Canaimas" of my children, which the Venezuelan government donated to public school students), I do not have a camera to take good quality photos, I do not have a video beam or a screen either, so I must rent all this before the talks. However, this has not been an obstacle to being able to teach about Bitcoin Cash and to grow the community in Venezuela because I firmly believe in our cryptocurrency and in the financial freedom that my country and its citizens must have. The photos they see are from 2 talks held in May and June at the U.E.N. July 24 to students of 4th and 5th year of secondary education. The project is still active now financed by the CoinSpice kids, only it has not been able to start due to the situation we are experiencing and a teacher strike that ended recently, I will soon be showing again the progress of this project whose purpose give talks to 500 students and 100 teachers. Translation made with the Google translator
Hola comunidad! Para quienes ya me conocen con mi proyecto BCH4SCHOOL saben mi interés en enseñar y educar a los niños y jóvenes sobre blockchain y criptomonedas, la mayoría están enfocados en realizar eventos y reuniones con empresarios, comerciantes, y otras personas, sé que debemos construir el camino de Bitcoin Cash, pero estamos olvidándonos de un sector muy importante, nuestros niños y jóv...
Hello community! For those who already know me with my BCH4SCHOOL project, they know my interest in teaching and educating children and young people about blockchain and cryptocurrency. Most of them are focused on holding events and meetings with business people, merchants, and other people, I know we must build the way of Bitcoin Cash, but we are forgetting about a very important sector, our ch...
Hola Comunidad! Según Investing.com “Venezuela ha sido el país más interesado en las criptomonedas en los primeros meses del año 2018”. Nuestro país es considerado desde hace algún tiempo uno de los mayores centros de operaciones de criptomonedas. Lo anterior se debe a la situación económica que atraviesa Venezuela, y que ha hecho que muchos venezolanos hayan encontrado en las criptomonedas una ...
Hello Community! According to Investing.com "Venezuela has been the country most interested in cryptocurrencies in the first months of the year 2018." Our country has been considered for some time one of the largest cryptocurrency operations centers. The aforementioned is due to the economic situation that Venezuela is going through, and that has caused many Venezuelans to find in cryptocurrenci...
Hello Community! My name is Lizbeth Alviarez, I am 46 years old, a retired teacher and I live in Acarigua-Venezuela. I consider myself a multifaceted woman because throughout my life I have dedicated myself to many things, besides being a teacher, I am also a manualist, thesis advisor and degree projects, I like drawing and painting, I like online games , especially the strategy games such as: Reg...