Blockchain Root Out Corruption From Education Sector
NEW DELHI: Madhur Prabhakar, who recently gave up his secure government job to pursue his tech dream and latched on to the bandwagon of Start-Ups, has already won acclaim in the House of Lords and last month in the Bahamas.
His initiative to root out corruption and malpractices like fake degrees and cheating in on-line exams led him to flock to the growing global community of Blockchain.
He founded EQUATE Platform which strives to remove corruption and manipulation from the current examination and educational set up. ”Education is the most important part of a person’s life but sadly in recent times education has lost its true essence with so many cases of corruption and scams being highlighted in the news on a daily basis,” said Mr Prabhakar.
Equate Platform is the World’s first and only Blockchain based ‘Online Skills Assessments’ platform (patent pending) that uses ‘Proof Of Assessments’ by leveraging ‘Artificial Intelligence’ powered Smart Contracts. Equate Platform’s unique architecture puts an end to the major problems plaguing the Education sector like paper leaks, counterfeiting of educational transcripts, Resume Frauds etc.
Last month he was invited by the Prime Minister’s Office of the Bahamas for the ‘Bahamas Blockchain Conference 2018 at Grand Lucayan Convention Center , – an initiative by the government of Bahamas to align it’s continued efforts to develop Freeport, Grand Bahama Island as the “Silicon Valley of The Caribbean”,
Renowned personalities like Anthony Di Lorio (CEO of De-Central), John Rolle (Governor, Central Bank of The Bahamas) and Dr. Hubert Minnis (Hon’ble Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of the Bahamas) graced the event.
Bahamas Blockchain Conference is a great opportunity for new and upcoming ventures based on this revolutionary technology to present themselves at a global level to attract governments, institutions, investors and beyond, cyber world experts say.