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At its core, a blockchain is a method of storing and transferring information. It can be considered a kind of database, albeit one that differs from traditional databases. Information on a blockchain is stored in a continuous chain of blocks with each block containing essential information (for example, transactions) and the cryptographic hash of the previous block. To change the information in any block, you have to make changes to all subsequent blocks.

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    • This course is highly technical in nature. To prepare for the class all students MUST: Provide their own computer (Mac/PC/Linux) It is recommended that your have training or comprehensive understanding in Hyperledger, Ethereum, or Blockchain Architecture This 3 day instructor-led course will allow a business or a Blockchain network to have elevated Consensus security. The highest-level security breach in Decentralized…
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    • This instructor-led 3 day Blockchain Architecture training is for technical leaders who need to make decisions about architecture, environment, and development platforms. The Certified Blockchain Solution Architecture exam is included with class. Topics: What is Blockchain How does Blockchain work Types of Blockchains How is Blockchain different from what we have today What are use cases for Blockchain What does…
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    • This course is designed for professionals within the financial industry seeking to understand Blockchain better and its potential business applications. At present, blockchain-based applications have been implemented in payments and investment banking. More exploration is being done in applying blockchain technology to the securities transaction lifecycle. All are welcome regardless of where you stand on the Bitcoin or blockchain knowledge…
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    • This course begins with the technical foundations of blockchain technology, teaching you the fundamentals of distributed systems, cryptography and how it keeps data secure. You will learn about the mechanisms behind cryptocurrencies and how to develop applications using Ethereum, a decentralized virtual machine. You will also explore different other blockchain solutions and get an introduction to business blockchain frameworks under…
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    • This workshop explains the basics of blockchains, smart contracts, and cryptocurrencies. You’ve heard about blockchains, know they’re important, but have no idea what they are, how they work, or why you should care. It also provides an overview of most of the key blockchains in the public market, how they work, and what they do. This workshop also covers the…
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    • At its core, a blockchain is a method of storing and transferring information. It can be considered a kind of database, albeit one that differs from traditional databases. Information on a blockchain is stored in a continuous chain of blocks with each block containing essential information (for example, transactions) and the cryptographic hash of the previous block. To change the…
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