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Blockchain Online Certification Training


What is Blockchain?

Digital information to be distributed across, and technology created the backbone of a new type of internet. In technology terms, a time-stamped series of immutable record of data that is managed by computers cluster not owned by any single entity. Each of these blocks of data (i.e. block) are secured and bound to each other using cryptographic principles (i.e. chain)

Why to learn Blockchain?

A technology which is increasing at a really fast speed into another digital transformation which is used for making a decentralized network, smart contracts, security, Increased capacity of the whole network and public ledger of all crypto-currency. Blockchain technology not used in one area but it is used in every sector like education, healthcare, Supermarket, financial services, agriculture, e-commerce and it allows market participants to keep track of digital currency transactions without central record-keeping

Market demand for Blockchain developer

The market is still young and good Blockchain developers are rare, so if you are skilled or you became skilled in this area, the sky’s the limit with high demand and income. And if you Acquire Blockchain skills you have a bigger scope for a market place

Learning Benefits
  • Good Job opportunities
  • Several job prospects are now open for the engineers and other professionals
  • A growing need among companies for professionals who knows Blockchain and developers
  • Jobs such as crypto-currency analysts, Blockchain developers etc
  • Solidity Programming Language is more secure
  • Deployment of own DApp, Coin and Blockchain
  • Expertises in basic and intermediate smart contracts

Acquire new skills with our Blockchain Developer Course?

  • Master in concepts of Blockchain, Ethereum and other Crypto-currency
  • Gain practical knowledge over principles, Ethereum Smart Contracts and web application
  • Hands-on approach that includes working on projects and hands-on exercises
  • Thorough knowledge of Theoretical concepts and how they relate to practical approach
Prerequisite
This training course does not presume or require any prior knowledge or prerequisites. However, development experience on an object-oriented language, fundamentals of networking, and basic knowledge of command line & Linux would be an added advantageous. We are recommending that students should have following:
  • Linux Fundamentals
  • NodeJs Fundamentals
  • JavaScript fundamentals
A good career path and Smart move to learn
  • Candidates or Students who are pursuing
  • Professionals or Developers
  • Who wants to make a career in the Blockchain
  • Banking/ Finance professionals
  • Software Developers
Blockchain Developer certification training curriculum
Want to become a Blockchain developer?

Course Overview

Our course curriculum provide an overview of the structure and mechanism particularly focuses on Blockchain Application by using Ethereum framework and its Turing – complete scripting language “Solidity” which recently have become front-runner. You will learn how to setup your own private Blockchain and deploy smart contracts on Ethereum and how to deploy onto business network. The importance of consensus in transactions and how transactions are stored on Blockchain. We focuses on Blockchain Application become much more secure with combination of Ethereum and Solidity Programming Language. It provides an overview of the structure and mechanism

Basic Overview of Blockchain

  • Introducing the concept of Blockchain
  • Basic Understanding of Ethereum Blockchain

Understanding Three Parts of Blockchain

  • Peer-to-peer Networking
  • Asymmetric Cryptography
  • Cryptographic Hashing
Dealing with Crypto Economics and Security

Introduction to Smart Contracts
  • Dealing with Objects and Methods for Value
  • Understanding Data and its Mining
Overview of EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine)
  • Mist Browser
  • Difference between Browser and Wallet
Understanding Private and Public Chains

Mist Browser in detail
  • Using Wallets as a Computing Metaphor
  • Understanding the concept of Address
  • Overview of Ether
  • Using Bank Teller Metaphor
  • Complete Visualization of Ethereum Transactions
  • Encryption concepts in detail
  • Symmetric Encryption
  • Asymmetric Encryption
  • Secure Messaging
  • Secure and Signed Messaging
  • Digital Signature
Understanding Tools for Developers
  • Using MetaMask Chrome Extension
  • Geth
  • Parity
Dealing with CLI Nodes

Working of Parity with Geth

Understanding MIST in detail
  • Downloading and Installation of Mist
  • Basic configuration of Mist
  • Dealing with Address in Mist
  • Sending and Receiving Ethers
  • Understanding the concept of Ethereum Account Types
  • Backup and Restore Keys Concepts
  • Dealing with Paper Wallet
  • Dealing with Mobile Wallets
  • Understanding Messages and Transactions
Overview of Blockchain
  • Concept of Payment for Transactions
  • Dealing with Denominations
  • Concept of Getting Ethers
  • Using Anonymity in Cryptocurrency
Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)
  • Understanding the Virtual Machines
  • Basic role of Ethereum Protocol in Banking System
Working of EVM
  • EVM Applications with Smart Contracts
  • Using EVM with Bytecode
Basic Overview of State Machines
  • Difference between Digital and Analog
  • Overview of “Statements”
  • Understanding the Role of Data in State
Concept of Cryptographic Hashings
  • Working of Hashing Algorithms
Introduction to Blocks in State
  • Understanding Block Time
  • Major Drawbacks of Short Blocks
  • Using “Solo Node” Blockchain
  • Concept of Mining in State Transition Function
Overview of Gas Terminology

Understanding Gas as Regulations
  • Working of Gas
  • Specifics for Gas
  • Gas Relation with Scaling of Systems
Understanding Accounts, Transactions and Messages
  • Externally Owned Accounts
  • Contracts Accounts
  • Transactions Characteristics
  • Messages Characteristics
Estimation for Gas Fees for Operations
  • Understanding OpCodes in EVM
Overview of Solidity Programming
  • Concept of Primer in Solidity
  • Basic Features of Solidity
Understanding Statements and Expression in Solidity

Overview of Data Types in Solidity Programming

Introduction to Smart Contracts and Tokens
  • Concept of Using EVM as Backend
  • Overview of Cryptocurrency
  • Understanding Asset Ownership and Civilization
Practical Implementation on Token
  • Token Creation on Testnet
  • Concept of getting Test Ether from Faucet
  • Token Registration Concept
First Contract Deployment

Practical demos on Contracts

Concept of Mining Ether
  • Understanding the source of Ether
  • Overview of Mining in General
  • Factors required for Block Validation
  • Overview of DAG and Nonce
Ethereum with Stale Blocks
  • Overview of Uncle Rules and Rewards
  • Concept of Difficulty Bomb
  • Mner’s Winning Payout Structure
  • Concept of Block Processing
Using Ethereum and Bitcoin as Tree Structure
  • Understanding Merkle-Patricia Trees
Basic Contents of Ethereum Block Header
  • Transaction Trees
  • Receipts Tree
  • State Tree
Concept of Forking

Hands on Mining
  • Installation of Geth on Mac, Windows, Linux
  • Using Command Line
  • Command Execution in EVM using geth console
  • Geth Launch using Flags
  • Mining on Testnet
  • Mining on Pool with Multiple GPUs
Concept of DApp Deployment
  • Understanding 7 Ways to think about Smart Contracts
  • Understanding DApp Contract Data Models
Overview of EVM Backend Communicates to JS Front End
  • Using JSON-RPC
  • Using Web3
  • Using Javascripts API
Using Geth for DApp Deployment

Using Meteor with EVM

Installation of Web3.JS for Ethereum Based Application

Contract Execution in Console

Overview of Third-Party Deployment Libraries

Concept of Private Chain
  • Understanding Private and Permissioned Chains
  • Setting up Local Private Chain
  • Using Optional Flags for New Chains
  • Using Private Blockchain in Production Usage
Course Duration
  • 32 Hours
Student Take away
  • Study Material
  • Learning stuff
  • Sample project for practice
Class Delivery
  • Live Interactive classes with expert
Class Delivery Methodology

We are using an experiential learning methodology that blends theoretical concepts with hands-on practical learning to ensure a holistic understanding of the subject or course.
Course Id:
BLC001 
Course Fees:
301 USD