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Certified Blockchain Technology Professional

Certified Blockchain Technology Professional

Blockchain technology which provides the foundation for digital currencies such as bitcoin could prove to be much more significant. Blockchain technology is at its dawn of creating a new revolution. Blockchain technology, as a mode of decentralization, is fast becoming the next major disruptive technology and worldwide computing paradigm, with the potential for reconfiguring all human activity as pervasively as did the internet.

Blockchain technology has become increasingly integrated into the global economic system which was the original intention of earlier developers. But blockchain has proved to be an alternative solution to many other global challenges essentially a public ledger with potential as a global, decentralized record for the registration, inventory, and transfer of all assets—not just finances, but property and intangible assets such as votes, software, health data, and ideas while at the same time reducing risk in fraud and tampering and removing intermediaries and the cost associated to them.

Organizations considering implementing blockchain technology need to understand important aspects of the technology. The use of blockchain technology is not a silver bullet, and there are issues that must be considered such as how to deal with malicious users, how controls are applied, and the limitations of any blockchain implementation. That said, blockchain technology is an important concept that will be a basis for many new solutions.

Bureau Veritas Certified
2 Days Program
1 hour exam – 40 MCQ Questions
65% to Pass Exam

Course Outline

Day 1

  • Introduction to blockchain

    Background and history

    Blockchain Categorization

    • Permissionless blockchain networks
    • Permissioned blockchain networks Blockchain Components
    • Cryptographic Hash Functions
    • Cryptographic Nonce
    • Transactions
    • Asymmetric-Key Cryptography
    • Addresses and Address Derivation
    • Private Key Storage
    • Ledgers
    • Blocks and Chaining Blocks

    Detailed Technology on Blockchain Consensus

    • Proof of Work Consensus Model
    • Proof of Stake Consensus Model
    • Round Robin Consensus Model

Day 2

      • Detailed Technology on Blockchain Consensus

        • Proof of Authority / Proof of Identity Consensus Model
        • Proof of Elapsed Time Consensus Model
        • Consensus Comparison Matrix
        • Ledger Conflicts and Resolutions

        Forking

        • Soft Forks
        • Hard Forks
        • Cryptographic Changes and Forks

        Smart Contracts

        Blockchain Limitations and Misconception

        Application Consideration

        Current and future Blockchain use-cases

        • Financial use-case
        • Healthcare use-case
        • Government use-case

        Certification Exam

FAQ

What are the core objectives?

      • ➢Understand high-level components of a blockchain system architecture, including hashes,

        transactions, ledgers, blocks, and blockchains

        ➢ Explain how a blockchain is expanded through the addition of new blocks representing sets of transactions in the different categories of blockchain networks.

        ➢ Discuss the need for consensus models to resolve conflicts among blockchain mining nodes

        ➢ Explain the concept of forking

        ➢ Define and explain smart contracts

        ➢ Understand blockchain permission models, discusses their application considerations, and provides use case examples for each model.

        ➢ Understand different blockchain platforms in use today

        ➢ Understand and explain limitations and challenges of blockchain technology

Who should take the course?

  • Software developers
  • IT managers
  • Service management professionals
  • Technology Managers
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