Education Ecosystem (EE) is gearing up for an exciting year ahead. With a focus on innovation, EE is set to release a range of game-changing updates that will take its ecosystem to the next level. From a new web app release to backend migration, the Q1 roadmap is packed with features to improve the learning experience of its users. And that’s not all – Q2 promises to be just as exciting, with mobile app releases, viewer and creator rewards, partnership announcements, and more! Let’s dive into the details of these upcoming updates and see what’s in store for the future.
The first major update for Q1 is the release of the new Education Ecosystem 3.0 Web App. The new web app comes with various features that aim to deliver a more intuitive and streamlined learning experience. Additionally, EE will deploy its own streaming cluster (OSC) and migrate project videos from Azure and Youtube to OSC. This will improve its video delivery process.
Another key update in Q1 is the LEDU BEP-20 token listing on a reputable DEX, followed by the LEDU BEP-20 airdrop campaign. To ensure a smoother experience, EE is migrating its backend to Django 4.0, cleaning its legacy code base, and conducting an extensive backend review.
Lastly, Q1 will see EE burn its former ERC-20 tokens along with the recruitment of experts in selected positions to boost operations.
The second quarter of 2023 will witness the LEDU BEP-20 staking campaign, allowing LEDU token holders to earn passive income. EE will also relist the LEDU BEP-20 token on a CEX, allowing users to buy and sell LEDU tokens on platforms like Binance.
Another update in Q2 is the release of the EE Android and IOS mobile apps, enabling users to access the platform on their mobile devices. Also, the LEDU DAPP 3.0 will integrate viewer and creator rewards, making it easier for content creators to monetize their content and for users to earn rewards for watching videos.
EE will also improve its web app user experience (UX) and announce partnerships with major companies to expand its offerings. Additionally, EE will conduct a LEDU trading competition and launch targeted marketing and promotion campaigns in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Overall, these updates aim to improve the platform’s functionality, user experience, and value for learners. For more information on our roadmap, refer to the White Paper, accessed from the Education Ecosystem website.