STEAM Revolution Partners With SIMBA to Bring Blockchain Education to Public Schools Author: Max Moeller Last Updated: 09 July 2020 Cory Henry, the founder of the STEAM Revolution nonprofit, is getting involved with blockchain education. This nonprofit is introducing blockchain related programs to schools in Atlanta and Dekalb County, and they’ll be utilizing the SIMBA blockchain disrupter to do so, according to a press release. “The license will allow an unlimited number of student users to access the SIMBA Chain platform and learn to develop, deploy, and interface with blockchain distributed applications (Dapps) with little or no formal training in computer science,” a press release notes. Speaking on the matter is Henry himself, who stated: “As a graduate of West Point, a military veteran and a long-time member of the West Point Field Force, which mentors highly qualified high school students to enter the Academy, I see how technology is changing the skillsets both the military and industry requires of leadership. Blockchain technology is in its infancy and with SIMBA Chain’s help, STEAM Revolution will help students get onboard as leaders and entrepreneurs.” SIMBA works because it’s a smart-contract-as-a-service technology, the release states. This makes it easy to use as it is designed as something that others can take advantage of without much thought or effort. “Blockchain is an extremely complicated technology to master. SIMBA Chain’s easy-to-use platform is unique because anyone with an idea and passion to see it through can master blockchain,” SIMBA CEO Joel Neidig says.