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A blockchain is a public ledger of all bitcoin transactions that have ever been executed. A block is the current part of a blockchain which records some or all of the recent transactions, and once completed, goes into the blockchain as permanent database. Each time a block gets completed, a new block is generated. Blocks are linked to each other (like a chain) in proper linear, chronological order with every block containing a hash of the previous block. To use conventional banking as an analogy, the blockchain is like a full history of banking transactions. Bitcoin transactions are entered chronologically in a blockchain just the way bank transactions are. Meanwhile, blocks, are like individual bank statements. The full copy of the blockchain has records of every bitcoin transaction ever executed. It can thus provide insight about facts like how much value belonged to a particular address at any point in the past. Some developers have begun looking at the creation of other different blockchains as they do not believe on depending on a single blockchain. Parallel blockchains and sidechains allow for trade offs and improved scalability using alternative, completely independent blockchains, thus, allowing for more innovation.
Module 1: Introduction to Blockchain :
What is Blockchain?
History of Blockchain Applications of blockchain technology
Tiers of blockchain technology
Explaining Distributed Ledger
Blockchain ecosystem Explaining
Types of Blockchain:
What Blockchain has to offer across Industry?
Companies currently using Blockchain Benefits and limitations of a blockchain
Module 2: Blockchain Usages:
Payment systems Cryptocurrencies (Bitcoins, Ethereum, Dash) Royalty collection Management of copyrights Insurance
Private Ethereum Network Smart contracts (e.g. Ethereum)
DApps Hyperledger (Hyperledger Fabric)
Module 3: How Bitcoin Works
Crypto and Cryptocurrencies:
Cryptographic Hash Functions Hash Pointers and
Data Structures Digital Signatures Public Keys as Identities A Simple Cryptocurrency
Decentralization using blockchain Centralization vs.
Decentralization Distributed Consensus Blockchain and full ecosystem decentralization
Decentralized Applications Incentives and Proof of Work
Bitcoin Definition Bitcoin
Scripts Transaction Forms
Constructing a Transaction
Bitcoin Blocks Mining Transactions in Blocks Bitcoin Network Forking and SegWit
Module 4: Bitcoin Wallets, Exchanges and Mining
How to Store and Use Bitcoins
Hot and Cold Storage Splitting and Sharing
Keys Online Wallets Bitcoin Exchanges
Currency Exchange Markets The Task of Bitcoin Miners Mining Hardware Energy Consumption & Ecology
Mining Incentives and Strategies
Module 5: Ethereum
Alternate Coins What is Ethereum?
What is Ether?
Smart Contracts How to use Ethereum?
The Ethereum ecosystem, DApps and DAOs How Ethereum mining works Learning Solidity
Config Management with Puppet Contract
Classes, Functions and conditionals Inheritance & abstract contracts Libraries Types & Optimization
Global Variables Debugging Future of Ethereum Hyperledger
Module 6: Ethereum Development:
Setting up a development environment
Development tools and clients
Myperledgerodule 7: H:
Hyperledger as a protocol
Module 8: Setting up private Blockchain using Ethereum
Module 9: Scalability and Other Challenges
Module 10: Current Landscape and What 's Next
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