MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 19 lectures (59 mins) | Size: 922 MB
Understand the main concept behind the blockchain, and find out how it can improve the world.
What you’ll learn
Why should I care about blockchain
Transaction on the Blockchain (how the blockchain helps you send money everywhere)
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with blockchain
The Equifax Breach in the USA
Banking the Unbanked
What is Gas
How does the ethereum Blockchain work
What is SegWit; Problem with the Current System; How can we solve it
What does Increasing the Blocksize Mean? SegWit2x
There are no prerequisites but general background knowledge of blockchain will help you to follow the course better
Are you saying to yourself, “Okay, I understand the main concept behind the blockchain, but why should I care?”
Of course, blockchain is best known as the engine, or software, behind digital currency – otherwise known as cryptocurrency.
Blockchain technology is used by millions of people daily for the use of payments, transfers, and transactions.
But blockchain isn’t only about sending and receiving money! Far from it.
Blockchain is also used for the secure transfer and immutable structure of data.
It is important to remember that data for non-financial uses utilizes the same characters, numbers, and letters, as financial uses.
Therefore, blockchain is the ultimate tool for securing data and is in use by many countries who are employing its use for everything from securing healthcare records to validating and holding documents within their land registries.
In addition, companies around the world are using blockchain for safely recording their activities throughout the supply chain to the creation of smart contracts to save time and money on legal processes.
During this course, you will find out how blockchain is becoming instrumental in the daily digital lives of governments, companies, and ultimately, people – adding a host of benefits to all users, mainly in the forms of security and immutability.
It is important to understand the use of blockchain as you will ultimately become the beneficiary of all its benefits, and if you were not aware of all those benefits, now is the time to start learning.
Who this course is for:
People who are interested in real life applications of blockchain
People who are interested in using blockchain to protect data
People who are interested in e-governance and how Estonia has become the first e-country
People who are interested in blockchain filling the void in the current banking system
People who are interested in smart contracts, Ethereum and how it all comes together