Season 3 is launching today with the six Introductory courses.
All these Introductory courses have homework tasks to complete.
The homework posts will be reviewed by the Professors and those achieving a grade of 5 or above will receive a percentage vote from @steemcurator02 (4 million SP) of 1 x the grade. For example for a grade of 7 out 10 a post will receive a 7% vote.
These Introductory courses are open to anyone meeting the Beginners level requirements of a minimum reputation of 50, at least 125 Steem Power of their own (not delegated to them) and have completed to at least Level 4 of the Achievement Tasks in the Newcomers Community. You can do them even if you have done Academy homework posts in the previous two seasons.
You are only allowed to complete each Introductory course homework task once. There is no time limit on when these courses can be done.
The Beginners Level Introductory Courses
These are the six Introductory courses…
- Crypto Academy Season 3 Beginners' course - Task 1 : STEEM & TRON by @sapwood
- Crypto Academy Season 3 Beginners' course - Task 2 : Blockchain, Decentralization, Block explorer by @yousafharoonkhan
- Crypto Academy Season 3 Beginners' course - Task 3 : Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies, Public chains by @stream4u
- Crypto Academy Season 3 Beginners' course - Task 4 : Different types of Consensus Mechanisms by @sapwood
- Crypto Academy Season 3 Beginners' course - Task 5: Dex, Cex, Popular Exchanges and Trading Cryptos by @imagen
- Crypto Academy Season 3 Beginners' course - Task 6 : Blockchain Wallet-- Types, Uses, Installation, etc by @sapwood
These Introductory homework tasks can be completed any time by anyone meeting the minimum requirements of Reputation 50+ and at least 125 SP. You must also have completed to at least Level 4 of the Achievement Tasks in the Newcomers Community.
If you have not completed to Level 4 of the Newcomers Achievement Tasks please wait for the weekly Beginners courses that will start soon.
The homework posts will be graded by the Beginners level Professors team of @awesononso (Nigeria), @lenonmc21 (Venezuela), @reminiscence01 (Nigeria) and @wahyunahrul (Indonesia), assisted by @sapwood (India).
Remember - you can only attempt each Introductory course once. You cannot come back for a second attempt.
You cannot enter the Crypto Academy if you are powering down.
The Crypto Professors will be on the lookout for plagiarism, content farming or other forms of abuse.
Anyone found doing any of these will risk being banned from the Crypto Academy.
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 Season 3 Beginners' course - Homework Post for Task 1: [Your Title]
- 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 #academy-intro01 or #academy-intro02 or #academy-intro03 ... #academy-intro06 in the first five tags. It will also be good to include a tag for your country.
Please make sure you send your homework posts into the Crypto-Academy community…
We hope you will all enjoy these Introductory courses.
If you are new to the Crypto Academy, welcome !
If you are an experienced Academy student these Introductory courses will be a good ‘warm up’ for you before the main Season begins.
The new 3 level system for the Academy is experimental so there will likely need to be tweaks as the weeks progress. Make sure you check @steemitblog regularly for any changes to the rules.
People are welcome to do as many homework tasks each week as they are qualified for. They can also move up a level as they grow their reputation and SP. And people in a higher level can also do the lower level homework tasks as well.
Have fun and learn !
The Steemit Team