BitPinas is partnering with Devslopes to give its readers free “Beginner Blockchain & Architecture” eLearning Course. With this partnership, the BitPinas community can learn and enjoy Devslopes courses via Youtube embedded in this article.
With blockchain and cryptocurrencies on the rise, you need to gain a basic understanding of what they are and how they will change the world in the future. Devslopes’ blockchain instructors bring real-world experience with them in the digital classroom to help you learn the ins and outs of cryptocurrency, blockchain, and development. It’s best to learn from industry leaders and professionals rather than to go it alone.
Currently, there are 7,900 global job postings on LinkedIn for blockchain developers. The number of job openings will continue to grow exponentially as blockchain technology moves through the product adoption curve.
This training course will teach you the basic fundamentals of blockchain.
What you will learn in this free blockchain course:
Table of Contents
- 1 What you will learn in this free blockchain course:
- What is blockchain?
- History of blockchain
- Current & future potential use cases
- Initial Coin Offerings (ICO)
- Blockchain developer ecosystem
- Cryptocurrency transactions and wallets
- Public and private keys
- Mining & Hashing
- Proof of Work & Proof of Stake
- Public & private blockchains
- Decentralized Application Platforms
What The Heck is Blockchain?
The History of Money & Advent of Crypto
Blockchain: Current & Future Potential
Blockchain in business perspective is a platform where peers can use it to exchange values without the need of using a central third party. This will result in removing the worries about the validity or the security of the transfer.
The question is, why is the middleman a bad thing? For example, if you’re using a Google PlayStore application, your data, security, and information are stored in its Firebase. If the PlayStore’s security is breached, so is your security.
What is an ICO & Can I Make My Own?
Crypto & Blockchain: Technical Overview
What Does It Mean To Be a Blockchain Developer?
Devslopes also launched its own token, Cache. It is a cryptocurrency built on the NEM blockchain. It will empower its developers to work with the blockchain and also create and manage digital assets with ease. Aside from Devslopes’ eLearning business with the blockchain, it is also building two products: Blockstart and Cacheout.
Blockstart allows blockchain developers to deploy their own blockchain in minutes, create digital assets in one click, set up transaction management systems, and interface with their blockchain through easy-to-use SDKs. SDK (software development kits) which will be available for iOS, Android, and Unity. The Blockstart analytics dashboard will allow users to view network status, transactions, fees collected, active users, active nodes, and more.
The 2nd product is Cacheout. It will be a currency-backed regulated economy where blockchain developers can ask and answer questions. Think Stack Overflow for blockchain. Users will be able to post a question and a bounty using Cache tokens. The user along with the community chooses the best answer and the bounty is awarded automatically.
If you have questions about the course, token sale or the blockchain tech building, You can reach out to Devslopes on Twitter at @CacheToken.
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