Unlock new experiences with POLEP
The Bella Proof of Learning Experiences Protocol (POLEP) by Blue Studios is the world’s first minting celebration of learning experiences IRL and online.
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Each POLEP documents the on-chain memory of learning experiences from a community of learners. By minting these experiences on the blockchain, we can build learning experiences that unlock tokenized experiences connected to the protocol.
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Learn, earn, and createMINT A POLEP
POLEP is a new way of documenting learning experiences. Each time you participate in an official POLEP experience, collectors get an NFT and crypto record. Our goal is to make the Bella POLEP open-sourced and community-owned, starting with our Blue Studios community.
POLEP allows educators, learning communities IRL and online, and organizations to provide extraordinary experiences in rewarding your community with a POLEP activation. As the project grows, we want participants to unlock a new world of new experiences to continue their learning journey, unlock on-chain credentials, and connect with a new community of learners. Web3 now affords us an opportunity to connect educational experiences in a completely new way. And we want it to be a collaborative, community experience.
For the Blue Studios community, you can mint your project from our Learn2Earn challenge as an NFT. Watch a Blue Studios streaming class, create your project inspiration, and go to polep.bluestudios.io to mint your NFT. We use Polygon to keep the gas fees low. In the near future, event organizers, educators, and community organizations will be able to provide digital POLEP badges for their participants.
“The whole process is used to validate blocks of transactions in a blockchain. The resulting blockchain is a distributed and verifiable database of transactions plus an open repository of machine learning models and experiments used to verify them. POLEP establishes a symbiotic relationship between two complex and unrelated tasks: 1) validate transactions in a distributed ledger, and 2) store machine learning models in a distributed database.” - Kilroy Dillon
Our goal with the Bella POLEP is to be open-sourced and community-owned. If you’re interested in contributing, integrating, or participating with us, please jump into our Discord and follow us on social. Buy a Bella, and jump right in with us!
Read more about how it works and how to get started here.