Blockchain Course

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This course is meant to provide a general overview of Blockchain technology and is specifically designed to answer the following questions:

Skills Gained

  • Use Cases (Where and for what apps is it appropriate?)
  • Adoption (Who is using it and for what?)
  • Implementation (How do I get started?)
  • Future of Blockchain (What is its future?)
  • What are the major enterprise blockchains and which one is right for our enterprise? (Ethereum, Hyperledger, R3 Corda, Quorum)
  • What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
  • Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?

What you'll learn in the Blockchain Technology Workshop:

  • Cryptography Overview
  • Use Cases for Blockchain
  • Comparing the Enterprise Blockchains
  • Implementation and Development Requirements
  • Blockchain Futures
  • Blockchain Technology Overview



One day.


Outline of Blockchain Technology Workshop Training

  • Course Introduction
  • Blockchain Technology and Cryptography
  • Enterprise Blockchains
  • Industry Adoption and Use Cases
  • Development and Implementation
  • Future of Blockchain

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