Learn the most important elements of Blockchain, Bitcoin and Ethereum; Build your very own two decentralised apps (DApps) in Blockchain Ecosystem
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With the buzzwords regarding the cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin cash in the modern day technology, it is very necessary to understand the underlying architecture for all of this. The core that serves these cryuptocurrencies is blockchain. It is a decentralised, trustless and distributed ledger technology which got its popularity with Bitcoin global cryptocurrency platform. With ethereum, empowering reprogrammable money through smart contracts, blockchain systems are ready to take off to a whole new world all together.
The following statements show the growing importance of Blockchain in the industry:
India’s Largest Bank SBI Goes Big on Blockchain
$1 Trillion Industry Being Brought Onto Blockchain
This course will be very helpful for all who are begining to learn this technology and who wants to understand
both sides of it - the system and its business.
Following will be the flow of the course.
1 . Introduction to cryptocurrency.
2 . Getting to know about popular currencies like bitcoin, ether.
3 . Introduction to blockchain.
4 . Know about various popular use cases of blockchain and the businees associated with it.
5 . Introduction to ethreum platform.
6 . Set up a private blockchain system usign ethreum platform.
7 . Implement your own cryptocurrency and test sample transactions.
8 . Introduction to reprogrammable money and Smart contracts.
9 . Implement a sample smart contract onto the private blockchain system.
10. Carry out transactions using the smart contract.
11. Use cases of smart contracts for the business.
At the end of the course, you will have worked on setting up your cryptocurrecny and implemented a smart contract on your private blockchain sytem. You will be well equipped with all the tools required to implement blockchain technology according to any business requirement.
Details related to Guaranteed Internship:
i) Why? - We believe acquiring a new skill without working on an actual project is wasteful spending of your time and resources. For your holistic learning experience, both course and internship should be combined.
ii) Who? - Internship is guaranteed by Eckovation to all Eckovation Alumni - those who complete atleast a course with us.
iii) Where? - Internship will be either with Eckovation or one of our partner organisations. You will be able to access internship.eckovation.com once you register for a course with us. Our Internship Portal will feature profiles of our alumni and also list internship opportunities by various organisations where alumni can apply.
iv) How many? - The internship will be related to the skill(s) which you've acquired from Eckovation platform. In case of multiple skills, multiple internship opportunities may be provided.
v) Nature of internship? - The internships will be virtual in nature, i.e., you will be able to work on the internship project from home.
vi) When? - Internship will start only after your course completion in either Summer/December Vacation depending on which comes first. In-semester internships can also be considered on case-by-case basis.
vii) Certificate - A separate internship certificate will be provided at the end of internship period.
Students who enrolled for this course also showed interest in the following courses:
Transformation of Trading Units
Anonymity and Pseudonymity in Cryptocurrency
Centralised, Decentralised and Distributed networks
Public, Private and Consortium Types of Blockchain
Database vs Blockchain
Blockchain with Genesis Block
Validity of Blockchain
Proof of Work - mining in Blockchain
Add mining reward and mempool
Check balance of an Address
Chain of Blocks
Block's Data Validation
Block's header vs Block's height
Proof of Byzantine Fault Tolerance
Main chain and Secondary chain
Orphans Blocks and Slate Blocks
What is Soft Fork?
What is Hard Fork?
Soft Fork Scenarios
Hard Fork Scenarios
Bitcoin P2P Architecture
Bitcoin Mining Architecture
Mechanism of Proof of Work (POW)
Switch to Longest Blockchain
Can Miner Cheat?
Miner with more Hashing Power
Consensus - Mechanism of POW
Different type of Consensus
Bitcoin and its history
How Bitcoin transactions work
What happens in case of invalid transactions
Parameters that invalidate the transactions
Scripting language in Bitcoin
Applications of Bitcoin script
Nodes and network of Bitcoin
Various roles you can play in Bitcoin ecosystem
What is Ether?
How to use Ethereum?
The Ethereum ecosystem,
DApps and DAOs
How Ethereum mining works?
Types & optimization of Ether
Function Declarations Testing with Remix
Behind the Scenes of Deployment
Gas and Transactions
Getting More Ether Smart Contracts with Solidity
Installation & Running Ethereum Test RPC
Changing Environment to Remix
Creating the UI
Using Web3.Js to connect and Interact with the Smart Contract
Introduction to web3.js
Connecting to nodes
The API structure
Retrieving gas price, balance, and transaction details
Working with contracts
Retrieving and listening to contract events
Overview of the different DApps Frameworks (Truffle)
Installation of Truffle ,
Test RPC using Node Package Manager
Setting up Metamask
Building Smart Contract (3-4 smart contracts)
Introduction to Hyperledger
Consensus & its interaction with architectural layers
Application programming interface
Exploring Hyperledger frameworks
Introduction to Hyperledger Fabric
Hyperledger Fabric model
Various ways to create Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain network
Creating and Deploying a business network on Hyperledger Composer
Playground Testing the business network definition
Transferring the commodity between the participants
Introduction to MultiChain
Privacy & permissions in MultiChain
Mining in MultiChain
Multiple configurable Blockchains using MultiChain
Setting up a private Blockchain
Creating a Blockchain
Connecting to a Blockchain
Some commands in interactive mode
Creating private Blockchain Connecting to your Blockchain
Create a new asset and sending it between nodes
Mining between nodes
How Blockchain is helping our world Blockchain transforming business and professions
Discussing practical use-cases of Blockchain
How can we bring Aadhaar Card system onto Blockchain?
How Blockchain can be used to remove corruption
Real case scenarios of Blockchain Blockchain in Banking System
Blockchain in Land Registry
Blockchain in Capital Market
Use cases for government Summary of the course
Abhinav is a serial entrepreneur, and holds an MBA from Wharton University. He is a graduate from IIT Kanpur.
He has been working with Blockchain technologies since last couple of years.
Abhinav acts as a curriculum advisor and guest faculty for this course.
A BITS Pilani graudate, with experience of over 8 years.
Over last couple of years, he has been associated with the top companies like Oracle, and eBay.
He is a proficient softwae architect, with deep experience in building highly scalable systems distributed online systems.
He has in-depth working knowledge of technologies like Machine Learning system, MEAN stack and blockchain and many more