Episode 9: Where Can I Learn Blockchain?

Hey everybody,

Jason King here. Co-founder of Kingsland University School of Blockchai KingslandUniversity.com. The world’s only accredited school for blockchain development.

I’m running through the top 99 questions asked to us about blockchain technology.

Today’s question is kind of a softball for me. The question is… Where can I go to school to learn about blockchain? Up until maybe two years ago, there wasn’t really an answer to that. There were a couple of classes at places like Harvard and M.I.T. that would have like one blockchain basics class. But before that, there really wasn’t a centralized repository.

So, if you wanted to learn about blockchain you’d have to go dig through online repositories, things like BitcoinTalk. Which is forum that talks about bitcoin. Or go to specifically to protocols and ask them questions. But, I am happy to say that I’ve actually been instrumental in starting the Kingsland School of Blockchain at Kingsland University which is based out of Atlanta, Georgia. And we offer a full curriculum on blockchain development.

We can teach you to code, if you’ve never coded before we can get you proficient in basic computer programming skills. So that you can get proficient in coding. And if you’re already existing coder, we can drop you right in the deep end with blockchain development and teach you blockchain development best practices, blockchain primitives and all about bitcoin.

And how bitcoin works and how transactions work and how consensus works on a blockchain. And then we can get into solidity and other smart contracting languages and teach you all about building distributed applications on a blockchain.

And you can do all of that right here at KingslandUniversity.com.

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