Non-fungible tokens can provide tremendous utility to those owning these assets. Nas Academy and Invisible College take this concept further into the mainstream. Its new set of courses can be unlocked with an NFT collection, providing access to over $2,000 in educational material.
Accessing Courses With An NFT Collection
Enrollment in courses and educational content has become normal, even if technical issues may arise from time to time. Sometimes, users and students might not be able to access the content due to login issues, the system not deeming one eligible for access, etc. Those concerns can be circumvented by tokenizing access to courses through non-fungible tokens.
More specifically, Nas Academy, the creator tech platform, will conduct an interesting test on that front. With the help of Invisible College, the team will let Decentraliens NFT collection holders access over $2,000 worth of course material. The educational tools will span various topics, including NFT investing, video editing, and crypto fundamentals. It is another solid example of how NFTs can unlock utility and offer quality of life improvements.
Nas Academy CEO Nuseir Yassin explains:
“Web3 is 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. That’s why we wanted to partner 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.”
Such a hands-on experience with web3 technology will put non-fungible tokens at the center of attention. Although the idea of using NFTs as a standard for content ownership and accessibility isn’t new, it has yet to be implemented on a large scale. Invisible College members with a Decentralien NFT will explore this new frontier spanning nearly two dozen web3 and creator courses accessible through Nas Academy.
Web3 And Education Make A Powerful Combo
As the hype and enthusiasm surrounding web3 continue to reach peak levels, it is an excellent time to focus on the educational side of the spectrum. An exciting technology stack is always interesting, but ample use cases must exist. The partnership between Invisible College and Nas Academy confirms those use cases will come to market. Invisible College Co-founder Nick deWilde adds:
“Lately, there’s been lots 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. We also needed a forward-thinking partner who was willing to innovate with us. Fortunately, the Nas Academy team are just the type of crazy dreamers who could help us expand our vision and make it a reality.”
Both parties will deepen their collaboration by onboarding leading web3 instructors to create additional educational content for the platform. Ultimately, Invisible College wants to position itself as the biggest web3 learning library on the world wide web, across both the web2 and web3 iterations. Using NFTs as an “admission pass” for education is a very exciting frontier and the opportunities are virtually limitless.