Introduction to Blockchain: concept and technologies



Référence de la formation

KBPSEO5

Niveau

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate

Nombre de jours

2 Days, 4H/day

Prix

688,50 € HT

Lieu de la formation

V: v-learning, virtual class



Pre-requis

None

Public

The seminar is build for technically oriented participants, Engineers, architects, IT professionals, IT leaders & Managers, R&D managers,
CIOs who are interested in a functional/technical snapshot into the Blockchain and cryptographic currency world.

Objectifs de la formation

Blockchain is not a technology story, it is a psychology story. But in order to really understand what it is and what it is capable of doing in the areas of finance and politics, we first need understand the Block chain structure and Bitcoin protocol – where did it came from, what set of problems was it trying to solve, and how does it actually work.

Furthermore, we will explore the Blockchain ecosystem as a whole, getting to know its main actors, challenges and threats.

Contenu du cours

Chapter Description
The history of Bitcoin • The Cypherpunks movement
• Satoshi Nakamoto, The white paper, Bitcoin v0.1 release
• The double-spend problem
• Centralization vs Decentralization
• Blockchain vs Bitcoin
• Applications of Blockchain Technology
Bitcoin building blocks • Cryptographic hash functions
• Digital Signatures (public-key cryptography)
• Transactions, The Script Language
• Merkle-trees
• Coinbase transaction (block reward)
• The chain of blocks (aka blockchain)
• The P2P protocol
Distributed Consensus • Incentives and Proof-of-Work
• Mining
• Block time / Difficulty level
• Soft forks, Hard forks
• Immutability, number of confirmations
Power Struggles • 51% attack
• Who controls Bitcoin
• What sets the price of bitcoin
• Geopolitics and state-sponsored attacks
• Government intervention, Regulation
• The block size debate
• The War Against ASICs
• Permissioned vs Permissionless Blockchain
Using Bitcoin • Wallet technology overview
• Hot vs Cold storage
• Transaction Fees
• Online Wallets and Exchanges
• Centralized vs Decentralized Exchanges Part
Altcoins and the Cryptocurrency Ecosystems • Side Chains
• 2nd-Layer Solutions
• Intrinsic vs Extrinsic assets
• Litecoin
• Ethereum
• ERC20 Tokens
• Ethereum Classic
• Monero
• Ripple
• Stable coins
• DAG coins
The End • Q&A
• Course’s Evaluation


 

Dates


20 Juillet 2020 au 22 Juillet 2020


11 Août 2020 au 13 Août 2020


NOTE :

 10% off if second course added


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