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IMF and World Bank Launched Learning Coin For In-House Purposes

IMF and World Bank Launched Learning Coin For In-House Purposes

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) launched its token named “Learning coin” in association with the World Bank to gather more knowledge on the technology among its staff.

The organizations have made their coins available only for individuals within the wall of the two institutions, so the token has been classified of no real monetary value.

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The IMF also built a blockchain network to support it newly launched ‘coin’ and could implement other features later to add more value to the project.

Blockchain technology has attracted a lot of attention among big institutions some of which have formed in-house research and development platforms but none seems to have gone further to launch a coin strictly for educational purpose of its workforce.

Learning coin app, an application that allows its users to get access to more content related to Blockchain accompanied the token launch. It comprises a forum-like portal where the staff of the institutions could learn about blockchain.

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