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Certified Blockchain Professional (CBP)



This course makes use of in-depth, visually appealing slides, videos, real-world examples, group discussions, small-group tasks, and presentations by the students.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to: 

  • Recognize how public and permissioned blockchains operate.
  • Identify and evaluate the viability of blockchain use cases
  • Pick the top blockchain platforms and service providers depending on the use case
  • Consider the effects of blockchain on business and regulation.
  • Create blockchain solutions and define deployment methods.

Targeted Audience:

This course is intended for analysts, managers, or C-level executives who will regularly engage with blockchain technology or who need to learn about the technology in order to create a blockchain strategy. All participants should become blockchain professionals by the conclusion of the three days so they may excel as blockchain experts inside their organizations and careers.

Course Outline:

Unit 1: Blockchain fundamentals

  • Basics of blockchain technology
  • Why blockchains are used
  • The distributed storage idea
  • A quick explanation of the differences between private and public blockchains
  • An explanation of blockchain regulations
  • A deeper, more difficult dive (into Bitcoin or Ethereum)
  • encryption principles (e.g., hashing, key pairs, digital signatures)
  • Block arrangement
  • Consensus-based techniques
  • Exchanges and wallets
  • The three types of blockchain applications with real-world examples from various industries
  • storing data
  • Value exchange
  • Smart-contracting
  • the most recent technological developments
  • Future of blockchain technology
  • The difficulties in putting blockchains into use

Unit 2: Detailed examination of tokens and their application in ICOs, Dapps, smart contracts, and DAOs

  • Types and uses of tokens
  • Rights and utility
  • Token worth
  • Distribution of values
  • Demand and inflation

Unit 3: Permissioned blockchains

  • specialized layer
  • prevailing models
  • handling of data
  • Token echelon
  • The goal of tokens
  • Without tokens, permissioned blockchain incentive schemes
  • governing structure
  • management of identities
  • establishing consortiums
  • procedures for deciding decisions
  • systems for off-chain governance

Unit 4: Use-cases from different industries, together with their effects on business

  • financial assistance
  • Insurance
  • pharmacology and healthcare
  • Community services
  • Energy
  • advertising and the media
  • World Wide Web of Things

Unit 5: Business strategies and governing factors

  • An appropriate blockchain use case
  • Control of tokens
  • Possibly being taxed
  • GDPR

Unit 6: Platforms and service providers for blockchain technology

  • Business-relevant blockchain platforms
  • Software companies that offer "blockchain as a service"
  • The IBM Hyperledger
  • Google Azure
  • Amazon AWS
  • Consensys Kaleido

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