Nestled in the heart of Silicon Valley, Edulink had been an educational beacon for over a decade. They provided courses ranging from AI to Zen meditation, catering to learners worldwide. But as years went by, the e-learning space had become fiercely competitive. Edulink, once a pioneer, was slowly losing its spark amidst the myriad of flashy new platforms.
However, the winds of change started blowing when Candle reached out to integrate Edulink’s vast course offerings into their ecosystem.
Initially skeptical, Edulink’s leadership soon realized the unique proposition Candle brought to the table. Instead of just adding another platform to their distribution list, Candle introduced a clientele with an insatiable appetite for learning, driven by tangible incentives and clear career goals.
The Candle user base wasn’t just passively browsing courses. They were actively seeking to upskill, driven by the dual motivation of Candle Tokens and the potential job opportunities that lay ahead. And these weren’t just any tokens; they were a testament to a learner’s commitment, an asset that could be staked, traded, or used within the ecosystem.