From left: PRMA Executive Vice President Yandia Perez, PRMA Chairman Eric Santiago and Puerto Rico Blockchain Trade Association Executive Director Keiko Yoshino.
Aiming to continue education about Web3, blockchain technology, and cryptocurrency, the Puerto Rico Blockchain Trade Association (PRBTA), in collaboration with the Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association (PRMA), promotes and creates Web3 literacy on the island announced a joint agreement to We provide networking opportunities while supporting each other’s projects and initiatives.
Keiko Yoshino, Executive Director of the Puerto Rico Blockchain Trade Association, said:
“Our educational program is designed to be an introduction to blockchain and cryptocurrency for students and adults,” she said. We want to continue our mission of educating and helping to keep you informed about potential uses. ”
PRMA connects the island’s manufacturing and service industries, promoting mutual benefits and increasing the competitiveness of its members.
“Through these collaborative partnerships, we are able to complement and maximize our members’ opportunities to stay at the forefront of the company’s future,” said PRMA President Eric Santiago.