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What is Blockchain?

A blockchain can be described as an append-only transaction ledger or financial details. This means that the ledger can be written onto with new information, but the previous information, stored in blocks, cannot be edited, adjusted or changed. It is accomplished by using cryptography to link the contents of the newly added block with each block before it, such that any change to the contents of a previous block in the chain would invalidate the data in all blocks after it.

What will I gain in learning about Blockchain?

CBS – Certified Blockchain Specialist course by Global Science and Technology Forum – GSTF in Singapore, is a specialized course designed to provide an understanding of Blockchain and the decentralized digital currencies (cryptocurrencies) such as bitcoin with its strategic importance to any organization. Participants will be introduced to the theory and principles of Blockchain technology and how it can be leveraged by various applications across different industry verticals including Insurance, Banking, Logistics, Shipping, Healthcare, Legal to name a few. This course will also highlight some of the latest tools and techniques for implementing an application using Blockchain Technology. Participants will get a good understanding of the entire Blockchain concepts with hands-on experience in using Hyperledger Fabric. Participants will also learn how Blockchain can be leveraged in organizational context through a series of real use cases. This course will also introduce the concepts of Hashgraph.


Blockchain Course Outline:

  • Introduction to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies
  • The Blockchain and its Platform
  • Bitcoin mining and Transactions
  • Wallet Fundamentals
  • Smart Contracts
  • Programming Bitcoin
  • Exploring Alternative Coins
  • Introduction to Hashgraph and its applications