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Blockchain Training

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Description

What is Blockchain

A blockchain is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. Each block typically contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp and transaction data. By design, a blockchain is inherently resistant to modification of the data. It is “an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way”. For use as a distributed ledger, a blockchain is typically managed by a peer-to-peer network collectively adhering to a protocol for inter-node communication and validating new blocks. Once recorded, the data in any given block cannot be altered retroactively without the alteration of all subsequent blocks, which requires collusion of the network majority.

Introduction 

Distributed Systems

The history of blockchain

Introduction

Peer-to-peer

How Blockchain Works

How Blockchain accumulates blocks

Features of a Blockchain

CAP theorem and blockchain

Benefits and limitations of blockchain

Deep Dive into Blockchain

Ansible Introduction

Hash Functions

Structure of a Block

Block Header

Block Identifiers: Block Header Hash and Block Height

The Genesis Block

Linking Blocks in the Blockchain

Forks

Merkle Trees

Merkle Trees and Simplified Payment Verification (SPV)

Patricia trees

Distributed Hash Table

Time-Stamp

Scalability

Blockchains implementation

Types of blockchains

Distributed Ledgers

Public Blockchains

Private Blockchains

Shared ledger

Tokenized Blockchains

Tokenless Blockchains

Bitcoin

What is Bitcoin

History of Bitcoin

Bitcoin Uses and Users

How to buy Bitcoin

Check Bitcoin Balance

Explanation of Bitcoin Addresses

Sending and Receiving Bitcoins

Private keys and Wallets

Transactions and confirmation

Transaction Chains

Common Transaction Forms

Comparing Bitcoin Wallets

Bitcoin Scripting Language

Bitcoin Networks

Peer-to-Peer Network Architecture

Node Types and Roles

The Extended Bitcoin Network

Bitcoin Relay Networks

Network Discovery

Full Nodes

Exchanging “Inventory”

Simplified Payment Verification (SPV) Nodes

Bloom Filters

How Bloom Filters Work

How SPV Nodes Use Bloom Filters

SPV Nodes and Privacy

Encrypted and Authenticated Connections

Tor Transport

Peer-to-Peer Authentication and Encryption

Transaction Pools

Ethereum

Overview of Ethereum

Ethereum accounts

Transactions

Consensus

Timestamp

Nonce

Block time

Forking

Ether denominations

Ethereum virtual machine

Gas

Peer discovery

Whisper and Swarm

Ethereum Wallet

Mist

Ethereum development environment

Test networks

Setting up a private network

Starting up a private network

Running Mist on private net

Deploying contracts using Mist

Block explorer for private net / local Ethereum block explorer

Installation of Solidity compiler (solc)

Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)

Introduction to Solidity Language

Value types

Literals

Enums

Function types

Reference types

Arrays

Structs

Data location

Mappings

Global variables

Control structures

Events

Inheritance

Libraries

Functions

Layout of a Solidity source code file

Hyperledger

Introduction to Hyperledger

Hyperledger as Protocol

Hyperledger Architecture

Consensus Service

Membership Service

Hyperledger Fabric

Distributed Ledger

Consensus in Hyperledger Fabric

Transaction lifecycle in Hyperledger Fabric

Applications

Wallet

Wallet Technology Overview

Nondeterministic (Random) Wallets

Deterministic (Seeded) Wallets

HD Wallet

Seeds and Mnemonic Codes

Wallet Best Practices

Using a Bitcoin Wallet

Wallet Technology Details

Mnemonic Code Words

Creating an HD Wallet from the Seed

Using an Extended Public Key on a Web Store

Transactions

Transactions in Detail

Transactions—Behind the Scenes

Transaction Outputs and Inputs

Transaction Fees

Adding Fees to Transactions

Transaction Scripts and Script Language

Turing Incompleteness

Stateless Verification

Script Construction (Lock + Unlock)

Pay-to-Public-Key-Hash (P2PKH)

Digital Signatures (ECDSA)

How Digital Signatures Work

Verifying the Signature

Signature Hash Types (SIGHASH)

Mining

Mining Technology

Pooled Mining

Cloud Mining

Pool Speed

Transaction Fees

Selfish Mining

Prerequisite

There is no prerequisite for learning Blockchain. However, prior understanding of distributed computing, encoding, digital signature, cryptography and some programming experience will be useful in becoming expert in Blockchain technology.

Duration & Timings :

Duration – 30 Hours.

Training Type: Online Live Interactive Session.

Faculty: Experienced.

Weekday Session – Mon – Thu 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM (EST) – 4 Weeks. July 16, 2018.

Weekend Session – Sat & Sun 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM (EST)  – 5 Weeks. July 28, 2018.

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