Blockchain & Bitcoins FundamentalsFree
About this course
Blockchain and Bitcoin Fundamentals
- Have a strong understanding of what blockchain technology is.
- Understand what Bitcoin is and how it works.
- Know and use key vocabulary and concepts commonly used when discussing blockchain and Bitcoin in business situations.
Newly expanded with even more video content!
Listening and acting upon valuable feedback from over 30,000 satisfied students worldwide who are currently enrolled in this course – we have added new video and valuable content including Smart Contracts, Cryptocurrency, DAOs, DACs and even new video lectures on Bitcoin Cash – the new cryptocurrency born out of the August 1st, 2017 Hard Fork, and how to best manage any possible future Hard forks.
Don’t waste any further time and quickly get the working knowledge you need in blockchain and Bitcoin by enrolling now!
– Are you looking for a quick, highly-effective and easy way to understand blockchain and Bitcoin?
– Do you want to get a firm grasp on what blockchain and Bitcoin are all about? Even topics such as Smart Contracts and Digital Tokens?
– Do you need to learn the key concepts and vocabulary around blockchain and Bitcoin?
This effective guide will help you understand blockchain and Bitcoin, including more advanced topics such as smart contracts and digital tokens, and will set you well on your way to blockchain and Bitcoin mastery.
You’ll learn the key aspects around Blockchain and Bitcoin, including:
- What is a blockchain?
- What is Bitcoin?
- What are smart contracts?
- What is a cryptocurrency?
- What are digital tokens?
- How blockchain and Bitcoin are related and why it’s so important to know the relation.
- Some common misconceptions about blockchain and Bitcoin.
- How to get started with Bitcoin
I have included two downloadable and printable PDFs
- Glossary including over 100 of the most important blockchain and Bitcoin terms so you can have the essential concepts and language available with you whenever you may need them.
- An Infographic guide with steps on how to best manage any future possible Bitcoin Hard Forks.
This course will help you quickly master the most important ideas and topics in blockchain and Bitcoin.
I look forward to seeing you inside!
- The ideal student for this course is someone who wants to quickly understand and expand their knowledge of how blockchain and Bitcoin work as well as how they are applied in business.
- Business people who want to learn more about how blockchain and Bitcoin are impacting the world of business.
- This course does not include any code sampling elements, as such it is not meant as a course for developers who wish to learn how to program blockchain applications.
Can I just enroll in a single class? I'm not interested in the entire class.
No, this course is only sold in full as each lesson relies on the previous one.
What is the refund policy?
If you complete only the 1st lesson and decide you don’t like you – you are eligible for a full refund.
What background knowledge is necessary?
This course relies on no previous knowledge – it starts from the basics so anyone can understand it in full.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
It is recommended , but not mandatory as you may be familiar with some lessons already.
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