They publish the content of the El Salvador Bitcoin Diploma for free

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Key facts: The diploma is available in Spanish, English, Portuguese, Hebrew, German and other languages. The educational document is widely used to spread Bitcoin education. The educational content of the Bitcoin Diploma, organized by the non-governmental organization (NGO) My First Bitcoin, can be downloaded for free, in more than 20 languages. According to what the organization reports on its X account, with the intention of spreading the teaching of BTC and being “an inspiration for the entire world,” they published the educational resources and made them “available to everyone.” The Bitcoin Diploma, which began to be distributed in El Salvador in 2022, covers different topics of the ecosystem. The contents range from the history of money, the emergence of fiat currencies, the entire problem of traditional money and the solutions that were created from it. Likewise, the graduate makes a presentation of Bitcoin as a currency and protocol, as well as its technology. Also highlighted is the Lightning network, the micropayment solution with BTC, and is taught to use it in people's daily lives.

As indicated by My First Bitcoin, the course is already being used “in dozens of Bitcoin communities around the world.” For this reason, they have been translated into more than 20 languages, including Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, Korean and Japanese.

According to the NGO's own data, the graduate It has already been taught to 38 public school teachers in El Salvadory, right now, serves more than 25 educational projects in about 15 countries around the world. “Indirectly supporting grassroots initiatives,” as the team behind this organization points out. Mi Primer Bitcoin was founded in 2021, the year El Salvador made BTC its legal tender. The intention was to train the Salvadoran population about the pioneering digital asset on the market. The influence of the project has been so great that it has reached more than 50 municipalities in El Salvador. Some of these were gang-dominated areas before the security policy promoted by the government of Nayib Bukele.