In this first course of the specialization, we will discuss the limitations of the Internet for business and economic activity, and explain how blockchain technology represents the way forward. After completing this course, you will be able to explain what blockchain is, how it works, and why it is revolutionary. You will learn key concepts such as mining, hashing, proof-of-work, public key cryptography, and the double-spend problem. You’ll be able to describe seven design principles for blockchain technology, and the challenges facing the people developing it. You’ll also meet the players in the blockchain ecosystem, and consider your own role in stewarding the blockchain revolution.
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Principales reseñas sobre INTRODUCTION TO BLOCKCHAIN FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES
It is simple to understand, the lessons are well explained. The lectures add value to the different topics and the instructors know very well what they are talking about
I enjoyed the course and its convenient layout. I wish there were additional test methods besides just question/answer.
It's effective science communication at work. It's eating a really large elephant piece by piece, one step at a time. They made something complex really simple.
Very Informative course! It provided me all basic information regarding blockchain as a beginner. Reference material provided is of great help while doing this course.
Acerca de Programa especializado: Blockchain Revolution in Financial Services
As the Internet was the first digital medium for information, blockchain is the first native digital medium for value. Blockchain is poised to transform the economy and society at large—redefining the ways we transact online, share ideas, and manage workflows. The financial services sector is a key lever in such transformations.
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