Steemit Crypto Academy Weekly Update #6 [ March 15th, 2021 ]
Welcome back for week 6 of the Steemit Crypto Academy.
We hope you are all enjoying the courses and the homework tasks and learning ever more about the world of cryptocurrencies.
There is unfortunately still a problem with plagiarism and spinning - but the Professors are doing a great job at tracking this down.
If you are a plagiarist the Professors will look for you, they will find you and they will mark you down.
The homework posts must be your own words to demonstrate your understanding of the subject. Copy and paste, spinning and plagiarism will not be tolerated, and may result in banning from the Crypto Academy homework tasks.
The Steemit Crypto Academy presents a great opportunity to expand your knowledge of cryptocurrencies, and to earn as you learn.
The Steemit Crypto Academy Courses - Week 6
These are the courses for Week #6…
@besticofinder [ Sri Lanka ]
This week Professor @Besticofinder is taking a first look at how to invest in cryptocurrencies.
The homework task involves doing fundamental analysis to select a cryptocurrency to invest in.
@gbenga [ Nigeria ]
This week Professor @Gbenga is looking further at Blockchain Security, particularly digital signatures and hashing.
The homework task involves discussing the security benefits of applying blockchain within any industry, and the impact of cryptocurrency on the industry.
@sapwood [ India ]
This week Professor @Sapwood is looking further at the Steem Blockchain particularly the Convergent Linear Reward system.
The homework task covers self-voting, isolated and community judgement in curation and upvoting tests.
@stream4u [ India ]
This week Professor @Stream4u is looking specifically at types of Crypto Assets Capital, Risk Capital In Penny Cryptocurrency, and the importance of Watchlists.
The homework task is all about small, mid and large capital crypto assets, risk capital, penny cryptocurrencies and watchlists.
- Steemit Crypto Academy : Lesson 6 : Types of Crypto Assets Capital, Risk Capital In Penny Cryptocurrency, Importance of Watchlist
@yohan2on [ Uganda ]
This week Professor @Yohan2on is taking a look at Stable Coins.
The homework task is about Stable Coins - particularly Tether (USDT), Steem Backed Dollars (SBD) and DAI.
We are keen to ensure that all contributions to the Steemit Crypto Academy are of as high a standard as possible.
While the Crypto Professors may set specific requirements for some of their homework tasks we would suggest all students follow these basic guidelines…
- Title the post with the format - Crypto Academy Week 6 - Homework Post for [name of Crypto Professor] …
- Homework posts should be at least 300 words
- All work should be your own - plagiarism will not be tolerated
- Any graphs, screenshots, quotes etc used from other sources should be fully referenced
- Any images used should be from copyright-free sources and fully referenced
- Homework posts should include the tag #cryptoacademy and any tag specifically required by the Crypto Professor in the first five tags. It will also be good to include a tag for your country.
- Tag the relevant Crypto Professor to help them find your homework post.
Please make sure you send your homework posts into the Crypto-Academy community…
Please check each Professor’s post carefully for any special instructions they have given for their homework task. Once you have completed your homework post make sure you leave a link on the Professor’s post to ensure they see it.
Following all these guidelines carefully will help you gain higher vote rewards for your homework posts.
The Steemit Crypto Academy community
The Crypto Academy community is now ONLY for posts to do with the courses being run by the Crypto Professors…
Alongside the course posts from the Crypto Professors, the only other posts in the Steemit Crypto Academy community should be homework posts for the tasks set by the professors.
Please do not post general crypto related posts now in the Steemit Crypto Academy Community. Any non-Academy posts may be muted.
We hope as many of you as possible will join in with the Steemit Crypto Academy courses and do the homework tasks set by the Crypto Professors. You are free to follow as many of the courses as you want.
We will be giving votes from @steemcurator02 for good homework posts once they have been checked by the Professors. If a Professor has not visited your post after 2 days you might want to leave a polite reminder comment on their post.
You can also help grow the Steemit Crypto Academy by telling your friends about it and sharing the courses on your social media.
And if you know any crypto content creators do encourage them to come along and get involved. We will be on the lookout for more Crypto Professors soon.
The Steemit Team