Tonight, as we have already written, the world's most popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin, after an unexpected fall of 30%, no less unexpectedly returned to growth and again updated its historical maximum, taking the $8,000 mark . Meanwhile, the Kuban cryptocurrency Karbowanec (KRB) also marked a notable achievement - its value exceeded $1. This is evidenced by the data of the aggregator of information from cryptocurrency exchanges CoinMarketCap .
Of course, against the background of bitcoin and other more well-known cryptocurrencies, the cost of Karbovanets is not impressive, and for some, it may cause a mocking smile. That is, since the beginning of the year, the cost of Karbowanec has increased by about 67 times, which can be considered a very good result. If the current growth rates continue, then in a year or two, the “first cryptocurrency” can reach the $100 milestone.
In the Kuban, the Cossacks have long been drawn to knowledge. And that is why even now Cubans honor their ancestors and their traditions, the main of which was the tradition of education. The history of Cossack educational institutions dates back to the first half of the 19th century. We are interested in the first Cossack school in the Kuban, which still operates today.
The first Cossack school was opened in the village of Khadyzhensk in 1914 and is called "Cossack School № 13 named after AD Znamensky" (Cossack School № 13 named after AD Znamyansky). The school ceased to exist for a while, and "revived" only 80 years later - in 1994. The impetus was the adoption of the law "On Rehabilitation of Repressed Peoples", including the Cossacks. In 2005, the school was named after the writer Anatoliy Dmytro Vycha Znamyansky and the ceremonial Cossack uniform of the writer was transferred for eternal storage. Today, it has about 400 students and started with only 97 students. The photo of the first teachers is still in the school museum of Cossack Glory, which operates at the school. When asked how a school differs from a "non-Cossack" one, graduate Maria Dolzhenko (16 years old) said: "Well, there is no male teacher in the school ...