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FinTech

IBM Blockchain for developers

provided by developerWorks

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Introduction to Bitcoin

provided by Big Data University

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Machine Learning for Trading

provided by Udacity

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Use cases

Decentralized energy utility with blockchain

  • Site Operations
  • 1 component

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Improve global food safety using blockchain

  • Use Case
  • Site Operations
  • 1 component

Create, share, and verify blockchain-based educational certificates

  • Use Case
  • Site Operations
  • 1 component

FinTech Basics

FinTech Core 101

provided by Fintech School

This course is an expansive introduction to the Fintech industry. It will cover both the technological aspects of Fintech as well as the industry landscape. You will learn about the many different spaces within the industry and the technology implemented in each. Fintech Core one hundred one also concentrates on the transformation made possible by fresh technological advances. After completion of the course, you will have a strong overview of the Fintech industry.

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Apply blockchain to a business network

  • Course by developerWorks
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AI and Machine Learning in FinTech

  • Course by Fintech School
  • $100 USD

Blockchain

The Basics of Blockchain

provided by Udemy

Animal Labs, Tom Serres, Bettina Warburg, and John Fitch are proud to present: The Basics of Blockchain: A Beginner's Guide to Blockchain Technology. Imagine it’s 1994. The internet exists, but is still referred to as an “information superhighway.” This may feel a long way off from the Digital Age that defines our lives today — where objects in our pockets power much of our activity, where we are connected to parts of the world previously unknown, and where our relationship to reality grows increasingly blended. We are well beyond websites. Blockchain technology is in that same one thousand nine hundred ninety four moment, attempting to imagine its own future. Say goodbye to the Information Superhighway and hello to the Decentralized Economy. Blockchain is about to radically convert how humans and machines engage in economic activity, forever. While humans have been using formal institutions to reduce uncertainty in trade since the dawn of time, Blockchain is evolving this age-old model into something far more interesting: the distributed autonomous institution. This course is designed to take you through the basics of Blockchain Technology. A Beginner's Guide, if you will. Even for the most informed technologists, Blockchain Technology is very difficult and often dense subject matter to fully internalize and understand. This course is here to help students unpack the ideas and better understand what the most significant opportunities are in and around this fresh technology. We cover the Economics, Technology, and Business of Blockchain. The Basics of Blockchain also includes experienced interviews with some of the top thinkers, creators, and innovators of blockchain technology, people like: Gavin Wood, one of the founders of the Ethereum Network Dominic Williams, one of the founders of Dfinity and String Labs Vlad Zamfir, Blockchain Researcher and Designer of Casper Jutta Steiner, one of the founders of Ethcore In addition to experienced interviews, the course also includes various other articles, podcasts, and movie series to help ground the student in the subject mater.

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IBM Blockchain 101: Quick-start guide for developers

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Build your very first chaincode

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Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies

provided by Coursera

To truly understand what is special about Bitcoin, we need to understand how it works at a technical level. We’ll address the significant questions about Bitcoin, such as: How does Bitcoin work? What makes Bitcoin different? How secure are your Bitcoins? How anonymous are Bitcoin users? What determines the price of Bitcoins? Can cryptocurrencies be regulated? What might the future hold? After this course, you’ll know everything you need to be able to separate fact from fiction when reading claims about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. You’ll have the conceptual foundations you need to engineer secure software that interacts with the Bitcoin network. And you’ll be able to integrate ideas from Bitcoin in your own projects.

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