Learn how to build on Web3 with Alchemy and Nas Academy

Alchemy Team
February 22, 2022

Alchemy’s mission is to bring Web3 to billions of people around the world by making it easy for any developer to build on the blockchain. In keeping with this mission, we’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Nas Academy. Together, Alchemy and Nas Academy have built an immersive, cohort-based online curriculum focused on why to start building in Web3, along with comprehensive and actionable guidance on how to start.

At this point, many of you know the keywords like EVM and smart contracts or ERC20 and ERC721 tokens. But when it comes to translating foundational knowledge of core concepts into actually building a Web3 application, it is really hard. That’s why we’re so excited about this course.

Nas Academy Course Curriculum

The course walks you through the step-by-step basics of Web3 development, led by the preeminent experts in the field, including Alchemy’s Co-Founder, Nikil Viswanathan and Ben Yu, founder of crypto education platform Curious Addys. We decided to collaborate with Nas Academy because they get you access to world-class teachers and structure their courses in a way that allows students to learn at their own pace, while also having access to a cohort of peers from all over the world to learn alongside and seek feedback from.

In the course, developers will have a chance to learn the following:

  • Why Web2 engineers should get into Web3 development
  • How to Write and Deploy Your First Smart Contract
  • How to Connect Your Smart Contract with your Front End Site and Wallet
  • How to Create ERC20 Tokens
  • How to Create ERC721 Tokens (used for NFTs)

Sign Up for the Nas Academy Course

The Alchemy team is passionate about growing the Web3 community through education. By taking this course, you can learn the basics of blockchain development from the best and most authoritative educators in Web3. Sign up today!

Oh, and one more thing. Alchemy is giving out a limited set of free access codes for the course. Follow us on Twitter for the drop.

More articles