Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Technology and Operational Enablers

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

$250

Financial Aid Available


This 5-week course provides a general introduction to the emerging world of cryptocurrency, distributed ledgers and internet-based value exchange systems, focusing specifically on Bitcoin.

Course Details

Start Date

May 9, 2024

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May 5, 2024

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Start Date

October 17, 2024

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October 13, 2024

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Duration

5 Weeks

Delivery

Online
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Digital Frontiers Institute
Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Course Information

Is This Course For You?

Cryptocurrencies, and the blockchain technology that enable them, are one of the most exciting developments in the world of digital payments. But with a wall of technical and confusing information out there, figuring out where to start is difficult.

This course provides a strong starting point for exploring the world of digital payments, focusing specifically on bitcoin as a leading example of the broader set of cryptocurrencies. The course will also cover a number of other forms of online money systems and discuss some of the broader philosophical thinking and technological systems that enable cryptocurrencies. The course will also probe the broader practical applications of blockchain technology and provide a look at the current state of development and regulation of cryptocurrency systems.

While Bitcoin is the most famous cryptocurrency and will be one of the focuses of this course, the main aim is to provide students with a holistic and complete introduction to the world of cryptocurrencies. The course is intended for professionals in the emerging internet payments and technology-enabled financial services space and will be a great value add to both cryptocurrency sceptics and proponents.

What Are The Intended Outcomes?

Students coming out of the course will have a basic understanding of how Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency systems work, and how they challenge current financial systems and regulatory practices.