BlockChain Technology

The public blockchain is playing major role in most of the sectors. This technology has unique and new architectural features like public, p2p, decentralized, open, censorship-resistance and neutral. With these ingredients of features, this technology is started implementing in many sectors. For example, finance, healthcare, service, IT, education, registration, and any sector which serve the livelihood.
So, there is beginning of new world, based on new architecture. Everything is starting to develop from the scratch in many sectors. So many opportunities are started coming. This technology also coined as Web3. When the internet came first it was static pages. When internet two (web2) came, it was dynamic and more interactive. They helped us to ease our lives but still worked as intermediate, closed, censored and centralized. This internet3(web3) completely changing the architecture of how society runs with the new and unique features.
As this technology architecture is new, weather you are experienced on old architecture technology or just beginning the career, it is new for anyone. So, anybody can learn this technology. There is no prior work or programing experience required to learn this technology. Just need motive to learn new technology. We will guide you from the beginning step by step.

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Trainer introduction
Sathyanarayana is a blockchain technology enthusiast, who likes to share his knowledge and experience to the interested students, job seekers and employers while continuing to explore this emerging technology. He worked in IT and Financial industry for various clients in USA. He is a post graduate with Master’s degree in software engineering (MS) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from American universities.
Training Model
• Classroom
• Online
• Corporate
Training Breakdown
• Course begins with the introduction of blockchain technology architecture and its features like open, neutral, censorship resistance, decentralized & peer-to-peer.
• Sharing knowledge about the various technologies supporting the blockchain technology.
• Discussion on Ethereum architecture, similarities and differences between Ethereum and Bitcoin.
• Sessions describing Ethereum components and clients.
• Sessions about the Solidity (higher-level programming language) for smart contracts.
• Explain concepts in solidity with sample programs.
• Teach about DApp(project) and develop two sample DApps(projects) from the scratch.
• Explore the functionality of in house developed DApp work on block explorers.
• Discussion on tokens and ICO (Initial Coin Offerng)s.
What is Bitcoin
How Bitcoin Works
• Blockchain Explorers
• Bitcoin Transactions
• Common Transactions
• Adding the Transaction to the Ledger
• Transmitting and Propagating the transaction
• Bitcoin Mining
• Mining Transactions in Block
The Bitcoin Network
• Peer-to-Peer Network Architecture
• Node Types and Roles
• Accounts
• Public Key Cryptography and Cryptocurrency
• Private Keys
• Public Keys
• Cryptographic Hash Functions
• Ethereum Addresses
• The structure of a Transaction
• Transaction Nonce
• Transaction Gas
• Gas limit
• Transaction Recipient
• Transaction Value
• Transaction Data
• Digital Signatures
• How Digital Signature Works
• Recording on the Blockchain
The Blockchain
• Structure of a Block
• Block Header
• Block Identifiers
• Block Header Hash
• Block Height
• The Genesis Block
• Linking Blocks in the Blockchain
• Merkle Trees
• Merkle Trees and Simplified Payment Verification(SPV)
• Ethereum’s Test Blockchains
• Testnet -Rinkeby
• Ganache-The Local Blockchain
Mining and Consensus
• Decentralized Consensus
• Independent Verification of Transactions
• Mining Nodes
• Aggregating Transactions into Blocks
• Construction the Block Header
• Mining the Block
• Validating a New Block
• Assembling and Selecting Chains of Blocks
What is Ethereum?
• Compared to Bitcoin
• Ethereum’s Components
• Ethereum and Turing Completeness:
• General-Purpose Blockchains to Decentralized Applications(DApps)
• The Third Age of the Internet
Ethereum Basics
• Choosing an Ethereum Wallet
• MetaMask
• Jaxx
• MyEtherWallet(MEW)
• Getting Started with MetaMask
• Creating a Wallet
• Switching Networks
• Getting Some Test Ether
• Sending Ether from MetaMask
• Exploring the Transaction History of an Address
• Introducing the World Computer
• Externally Owned Accounts (EOAs) and Contracts
The Ethereum Virtual Machine
• Ethereum State
• Compiling Solidity to EVM Bytecode
• Contract Deployment Code
• Turing Completeness and Gas
• Gas Accounting During Execution
• Gas Accounting Considerations
• Gas Cost Versus Gas Price
• Block Gas Limit
Smart Contracts
• What is a Smart Contract?
• Life Cycle of a Smart Contract
• Introduction to Ethereum High-Level Languages
• The Ethereum Contract ABI
• Contracts
• State Variables
• Functions
• Arrays
• Structs
• Mappings
• Error Handling
• Data Location: Memory, Storage and Stack
• Modifiers
• Owner Modifiers
• Visibility
• Inheritance
• Events
• Payable Functions
• External Contracts and Interfaces
• Common Pitfalls
• Tips and Tricks
• Integer Overflow/Underflow
Ethereum Clients
• Geth
• Truffle
• Ganache
• GitBash
• Remix
Decentralized Application (Dapp)
• How Tokens Are Used
• Tokens and Fungibility
• Counterparty Risk
• Using Tokens: Utility or Equity
• Using Token Standards
• Tokens and ICOs

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