Introduction to Blockchain
Blockchain is today’s technology, yet few know about it, there is a lot of misunderstanding, misinformation. It affects the financial sector to a large extent, so many people see it only as an investment.
We believe it is important to show the technology behind the financial opportunity which could help or already helps to solve problems in almost all areas. Such areas may be: public administration, trade, logistics, proof of origin, industrial processes etc.
To whom we recommend?
We recommend our training to those, who are curious, know little or nothing about this new technology, or know about it but are not sure of their knowledge.
By the end of the training, we’ll give you a comprehensive picture of the blockchain technology, thereby you’ll be able to filter out misinformation, you’ll know where the technology is now and where it’s headed, and probably you’ll have plenty of ideas on your own, which we will discuss and help you decide where to go next.
About location and date
Due to the pandemic we’ve decided to postpone our training courses. With new dates we will inform you when it is safe again to hold trainings personally.
At the end of the training we will hold 2 short workshops based on interests:
1. in case of user level interest: wallet installation and use, sending and receiving test-ether, U-port demo for city card, supply chain demo
2. in case of developer level interest: demonstration and testing of development environment, creating and deploying token to the test network
I. Clarification of concepts
Distributed Ledger Technology ( DLT), Blockchain
Block, Consensus , Network, VM, Node, Key Pair, Account, Wallet
Crypto currencies: Bitcoin -> Ethereum -> more…..
„Digital money”, Tokens, Tokenisation, „Smart contract”
Explanation of mathematical model
II. Questions and problems related to general function
Security vs. operability
Public and private networks (permissionless, permissioned)
Different consensus on different networks (PoW, PoS)
The issue of energy consumption
Sidechains, plasma, bridges, scalability, speed
III. Application areas
Identity managment, control over personal data
Digital assets, proof of origin
Supply chain solutions
Public administration (taxation, voting, records)
Based on interest additional areas…
IV. Emerging questions
Achieved results, development directions and opportunities
Where are we compared to other countries?
Is it worth dealing with? Is this the future or is it just hype?
What is going to happen to today’s blockchain networks?
Where are we (life cycle)? Do we have still time to engage?
What dangers lie in the technology?