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DISCIPLINA interaction with TeachMePlease

We have already told you that the first project to implement the DISCIPLINA blockchain will be TeachMePlease. It began as a convenient tool for the structured presentation of data and a system of reliable ratings and reviews with an effective infrastructure and blockchain technology built into the platform.

However, during the development process, it became clear that the existing blockchain solutions are unsuitable for the planned functionality. Thus, TeachMePlease has partnered with a team of experts to create a blockchain that would both be up to their own standards and become a universal solution for any educational or HR-service.

TeachMePlease currently provides the conditions for efficient and effective cooperation between academic institutions and private tutors, and their students. The project has no territorial borders, which allows schools and private tutors from around the world to offer their programs to potential students anywhere on the planet.

Integrating DISCIPLINA with TeachMePlease will offer the opportunity to test the technological solutions that are being integrated and that have not yet been implemented anywhere. It will also allow for feedback from the users of the project, as well as give us the opportunity to correct any processes if needed, and display all the capabilities of the new blockchain to the community in an already existing project.

One of the main apps that is implemented by DISCIPLINA and based on TeachMePlease will be the Educator App — an application created for the needs of educational institutions and private tutors. It will help transfer all data on courses, educational programs, students, and their academic history and grades to the DISCIPLINA blockchain.

This project will become the driver of change in the field of education and other related fields, and encourage other educational projects to value the solutions offered by DISCIPLINA and use them for their needs.


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