A Developer Guide to Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

Users will learn the core concepts of Cryptocurrency and its underlying Blockchain technology by implementing it in JavaScript and how to implement Blockchain using JavaScript


The term Blockchain refers to a list of records that constantly grow when more information is added to it. These blocks (chains of information) are linked and secured using cryptography. It's the perfect time to start learning Blockchain technology, and we have got the perfect course to help you master it! Originally designed by Satoshi Nakamoto for his Bitcoins, Blockchain has evolved to become something much bigger.It is no longer limited to implementations in cryptocurrencies, but instead is spreading its reach into other segments as well such as database, finance, IoT, and so on.

This course comes along with the community - A Developer Guide to Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies. Once you purchase the course, you become a part of this community. You can enhance your learning by participating in the discussion threads, raise queries and get solutions through the community in quick time. You can also share your own ideas, access best practices shared by peers, get ideas about the next learning topics to complete your study. You may also participate in the ongoing discussion forums to raise and clear your doubts. You are also encouraged to go through all the topics of the course in detail and post your queries in the applicable comments section of the community. The moderator of the community will get back to you within a short time.

Name A Developer Guide to Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies
Language English
Duration 4:00 hours
Sector BFSI
Price (INR) ₹3831
Availablity Available full time
Certification Availability from Knowledge Partner Available
Certification Availability from eSkillIndia Not Available
Pre-Qualification Under Graduate

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