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Blockchain technology is the leading driver of strategy, sustainability and competitive advantage for companies across various industries.
As a blockchain developer, you’ll be on the frontlines of this technical revolution. You’ll work with smart contracts and push the boundaries of what’s possible in tech.
The Blockchain Developer program builds on your existing abilities, and equips you to navigate the challenges and opportunities associated with blockchain technology. In three to nine months, you’ll be ready for a new career in this exciting frontier.
This unit covers the different cryptocurrencies currently available.
This unit gives a theoretical overview of cryptocurrency wallets and wallet software.
In this unit students learn about wallet implementation and are able to use standards like bip39 or hierarchical deterministic wallets.
This unit considers the practical functionality of a wallet, how to implement a new wallet, recover a mnemonic, check account balances, receive currency through a transaction model, and sign and send currency through the same model.
This unit covers theoretical aspects of transaction models in the cryptocurrency ecosystem and how these models are applied in relation to the two most popular global cryptocurrencies.
This unit reviews different cryptocurrency platforms, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency trade, decentralized platforms and trading APIs. Students develop the skills necessary to recognize different platforms, to trade and exchange cryptocurrencies.
This unit considers the problems with blockchain scalability in relation to current models of implementation.
This unit introduces anonymization models in cryptocurrencies, such as coinJoin, MimbleWimble, Zero-Knowledge Proofs, CryptoNote, and introduces Privacy Coins.
This unit goes into detail about the Ethereum blockchain with key emphasis on the inner state machine and working components of the protocol
This unit introduces smart contracts, how they are built, and how they interact with the network.
This unit introduces Solidity, one of the programming languages used to write smart contracts for the Ethereum blockchain.
This unit considers the advanced features of the Solidity programming language used to write smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.
This unit goes over programming languages: how they’re constructed and how that relates to Solidity
This section goes over smart contracts security. Topics include different ways the smart contracts may be exploited, how to protect your projects, and famous exploits in the smart contracts space.
This unit explains different architectures for Decentralized Applications (dApps), the current dApp ecosystem within Ethereum, how to access the wallet within dApps, and how multi-signature wallets work.
This unit goes over the different server side libraries for Ethereum, and how to install and compile a contract for the appropriate libraries.
his module introduces students to common development tools that enhance and optimize workflow when developing dApps for the Ethereum blockchain.
This unit gives an example project that is deployed to the test network. Its intention is to tie together all of the concepts learned in the program so far and give an example of how to tackle a DApp project from beginning to end.
This unit shows different types of decentralized storage methods. This unit also gives specific examples on IPFS, how to implement IPFS, information on Storj and SIA.
This unit goes over different decentralized application platforms and basic implementation methods for each