Blockchain Essence Course

  • Duration 2h
  • Total Enrolled 4463

Description

The main appearance of blockchain innovation rose in 2009 with the Bitcoin blockchain, a safe, control safe, shared electronic money framework. Since Bitcoin is available to anybody, it is a case of an open, or a permission-less blockchain.

The Blockchain Essence course will brace you with all key concepts of blockchain and make you well versed in the overall idea of the technology- its past and the present.

What Will I Learn?

  • Have a strong understanding of what blockchain technology is.
  • Know and use key vocabulary and concepts commonly used when discussing blockchain and Bitcoin in business and technical situations.

Topics for this course

25 Lessons2h

C1. Blockchain Essence?

The Blockchain Essence course will brace you with all key concepts of blockchain and make you well versed in the overall idea of the technology- its past and the present.
History Of Blockchain00:03:24
Features Of Blockchain00:02:48
Potential Success Factors Of Blockchain00:02:35
Scope Of Application00:01:37
Introduction to upcoming modules00:01:30
What is Blockchain?00:02:12
What is an Asset?00:03:46
What is a Ledger?00:02:26
What is a Transaction?00:02:45
What is a Contract?00:05:36
Traditional ledger System: History00:04:40
Dis-advantages of Old Ledger System00:05:10
Introduction to the New System00:02:35
Defining Consensus00:03:20
Defining Provenance00:03:52
Defining Immutability00:02:46
Defining Finality00:02:50
Defining Usability Of Blockchain00:02:35
Blockchain Vs Bitcoin00:02:35
What Does Blockchain Have To Offer?00:01:37
Shared Ledgers00:03:00
Smart Contracts00:04:52
Privacy on Blockchain00:02:36
Trust Factor as a Service00:02:46
Relevance of Blockchain for Industries00:02:58
2,500.00 250.00

Material Includes

  • Animated Videos Content
  • Quizzes & Assesments
  • PPTs & PDF

Requirements

  • There are no requirements needed to enrol beyond having a business and technical interest in learning how blockchain and Bitcoin work.

Target Audience

  • Layman with little or no-technical knowledge
  • Pre-final year students
  • Working Proffessionals
  • Job and opportunity seekers