Danish blockchain company OpenLedger gives students free cryptocurrency

Ronny Boesing, Founder of OpenLedger ApS, presented ‘The Beginners Guide to Blockchain, Bitcoin, BitShares and OpenLedger’ to the students of University College of Northern Denmark (UCN) on April 28, 2017.
Based in Pandrup, Denmark, the OpenLedger Decentralized Conglomerate (DC) is the world’s first blockchain powered conglomerate, based on BitShares technology, supporting an ecosystem, which includes the OpenLedger Decentralized Exchange (DEX) and OpenLedger’s Crowdfunding (ITO) Services.
Students attending the lecture learned about Blockchain, Bitcoin (BTC), BitShares (BTS) and the OpenLedger DC and how these terms and systems are the future systems for investment, trade, and financial growth.
Ronny Boesing, CEO of OpenLedger ApS, said:

“Most of the workshops and lectures I have been asked to give, recently, are on Blockchain, Bitcoin, BitShares, and a general introduction to the world of crypto. This whole landscape is still a mystery to many students. It is already proof-positive that the future is based on the Blockchain, which just like FIAT, is built on a system of trust.”
“The OpenLedger DC is a dynamic platform with many facets, and a great starting point for the students of UCN to learn about the future of contracts, data transfer, information distribution, money and investing. Knowledge is power. “There is no better way to understand something than to start using it.”

A copy of the presentation can be seen below:
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As an added incentive to the students of UCN, OpenLedger is giving each student 10 free OBITS, the cryptocurrency of OpenLedger, which is tradable on the OpenLedger DEX.
Students of UCN can receive 10 free OBITS by opening an OpenLedger account and then emailing ronny@openledger.info from an official university email address with your account name and OpenLedger user ID. Students will then receive 10 OBITS dropped into their accounts where they can start trading, free.

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