Foremost creator Tech platform, Nas Academy has entered into a new partnership with Invisible company.
The partnership, according to a statement released to announce its commencement, will see both parties work together to launch the world’s first bundle of courses that can be unlocked with an NFT collection.
Scheduled to officially start in September, the partnership will enable members of Invisible College to access courses worth thousands of US dollars.
Topics covered by the courses range from NFT investing and Community Building to Video Editing, and Crypt o fundamentals.
Speaking on the development, Nas Academy’s Chief Executive Officer, Nuseir Yassin, noted that the importance of the partnership and the courses is underscores the growing influence of Web3 as more than just a compelling topic for courses.
“We believe NFTs can reinvent the way students consume online education and allow people to own a piece of the internet,” he said.
He noted that this unique potential explains why they partnered with a visionary community in the form of Invisible College.
“We are excited to build together to help educate and bring the next wave of users into web3,” he added.
Aside the provision of these courses, the partnership entails that both companies work together to onboard leading web3 instructors to teach courses on the platform, with the goal of becoming the largest web3 learning library on the internet.
According to Nick DeWolde, the Co-founder of Invisible College, this partnership is coming at a time when
there’s a lot of debate about web3 use cases.
“The way we see it, combining a catalog of high-quality courses with an NFT collection is a fundamentally new way to empower students to own their education. And there’s no way we could have pulled it off without web3 technology,” he said.
He noted that the choice of Nas Academy is in line with their desire for a forward-thinking partner who was willing to innovate with them.
“Nas Academy team are just the type of crazy dreamers who could help us expand our vision and make it a reality,” he added.