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The Master in Blockchain Technologies is designed to help C-Levels, decision makers, business professionals, entrepreneurs, government officials, and public administrators better understand the concepts and Blockchain capabilities, and how to leverage its possibilities, including but not limited to existing monetary and financial systems, and what opportunities exist for innovation in blockchain.
- Global Networking
- 8 month
Blockchain or Distribution Ledger Technology is becoming one of the main disruption actor in the Financial Arena worldwide. Despite one the most known Blockchain applications are related to cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin is the most popular with a 286B$ CAP, bigger than the GBP of a lot of countries), Blockchain technology enables a big revolution, on health, governments, contracts, and financial services of course.
The interest in blockchain technologies has skyrocketed in the past few years due to the attention to digital currencies. Nevertheless, their usage goes beyond the financial and monetary services, being a disruptive technology as it changes the trust relationships on distributed systems like the internet.
In an increasingly and competitive environment, challenges abound and there are no easy solutions. Better knowledge of Blockchain technologies leads to better business decisions, and the best vectors to maximize the advantages out of the use of this technology can be achieved.
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What is Blockchain?
“For 20 years we have got the Internet of information and now we have the Internet of value.”
Blockchain is a platform that allows anyone, whether individual or business, transact and move value, assets, money, money assets, without an intermediate as a bank or a government. Is the open-access, secure global platform on which Bitcoin is based. In a world where, according to Alex, “It’s cheaper and faster to mail an anvil to China than it is to send $100,” blockchain facilitates an authenticated, peer-to-peer transfer of value without an intermediary (such as a bank), in a manner that is transparent, public, permanent — and completely anonymous.
Ethereum and ICO
Is technology a disruptive change?
A lot of business leaders in many industries understand that blockchain will be the disruptive technology, but often leaders from old paradigm have a very hard time embracing what’s new.
B1 Blockchain Technology Fundamentals
- M1 Introduction to Blockchain
- M2 Data and Databases
- M3 Networks and protocols
- M4 Ledger & Authorities
- M5 Technical Fundamentals
- M6 Consensus in Blockchain
B2 Smart Contracts
- M1 Smart Contract Theory
- M2 Technical implementation of Smart Contracts
- M3 Legal Dimensions of Smart Contracts
B3 Business Strategy
- M1 Blockchain in the Traditional Economy
- M2 Blockchain in IT Infrastructure
- M3 Blockchain in Operations and Governance
- M4 Blockchain in Finance
- M5 Blockchain in Research and Development
- M6 Use case of Blockchain in Economy
B4 Blockchain Use Cases
M2 Use Cases in Government, Legal & Regulation
M3 Use Cases in Logistics
M4 Other Use Cases
B5 Public Networks
- M1 Deployment Patterns
- M2 History of Blockchain. Social Dimension. Assessment of Public Networks.
- M3 Introduction to Bitcoin
- M4 Introduction to Ethereum – Presentation Ethereum Madrid
- M5 Introduction to Ripple – Guest Session Ripple Vision and experience
- M6 Other Public Networks – Gest Session Alastria Consortium
B6 Managed Blockchains
- M1 Introduction to Managed Blockchains
- M2 Introduction to Hyperledger Fabric
- M3 Deploy and Invoke Chaincode
B7 Social Impact
- M1 Social Impact Considerations
- M2 Immutability
- M3 Neutrality
- M4 Decentralization
- M5 Research and Development in Blockchain
B8 Final Project
- Students will prepare and deliver their own Blockchain application. Each team will be assigned a mentor who organizes weekly or twice a month following up or mentoring sessions with the team.