Crypto project Radium partners with University of Texas at Arlington

Radium, a proof of stake (PoS) cryptocurrency that specializes in bringing advanced utility to the blockchain, announced today that it is partnering with the University of Texas at Arlington.

An agreement has been made with the Radium Core team for the University of Texas to deliver scholarships to two of its best students every semester for the next five years to come.

Radium is a crypto project concentrating on identity management, verification services, file signing, custom assets and proof of ownership. The maximum supply of 9,000,000 coins makes it an excellent deflationary asset. Current annual PoS rewards for helping secure the blockchain are estimated between 15%-25%.

With this move, Radium seeks to invest in the future, thus increasing its growth potential and solidifying its place in the industry.

“I’m excited for the fresh ideas and new perspectives this partnership will bring to radium, as well as the opportunity to work with the University of Texas at Arlington and their students. Great projects are the result of collaboration, and I am thankful for the opportunity to share and grow,”  said Justin Jacobeen, Lead Radium Developer.

The students will be supervised by Sajib Datta, Ph.D., who runs programming and blockchain courses at the university, and who joined the Radium Core team as an advisor earlier this year.

“The field of computing is evolving exponentially, with new technologies emerging all the time. Partnering with Radium will provide UTA students the opportunity to gain real-world experience while also allowing Radium to benefit from the original thinking and ingenious engineering skills that youngsters bring,” said Dr. Datta.

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