Blockchain Training In Chennai

Blockchain Training in Chennai are in high demand. Looking to get ahead in Blockchain Technology? Automation Minds provides Blockchain course in Chennai to freshers and Working professionals. Learn Cryptography & Cryptocurrency, Blockchain Networks, Bitcoin Mining & Security, Multichain, developing smart contract on Ethereum & Hyperledger Platform with real-world experience.

WHAT IS BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY?

A blockchain is an anonymous online ledger that uses data structure to simplify the way we transact. Blockchain allows users to manipulate the ledger in a secure way without the help of a third party.

A blockchain is an anonymous online ledger that uses data structure to simplify the way we transact. Blockchain allows users to manipulate the ledger in a secure way without the help of a third party.

A bank’s ledger is connected to a centralised network. However, a blockchain is anonymous, protecting the identities of the users. This makes blockchain a more secure way to carry out transactions.

The algorithm used in blockchain reduces the dependence on people to verify the transactions. This technology used for recording various transactions has the potential to disrupt the financial system.

 

HOW IT WORKS?

According to Saravanan, Co-founder of India’s leading bitcoin blockchain training institute, Automation Minds, “blockchain enables two entities that do not know each other to agree that something is true without the need of a third party. As opposed to writing entries into a single sheet of paper, a blockchain is a distributed database that takes a number of inputs and places them into a block. Each block is then ‘chained’ to the next block using a cryptographic signature. This allows blockchains to be used as a ledger which is accessible by anyone with permission to do so. If everyone in the process is pre-selected, the ledger is termed ‘permissioned’. If the process is open to the whole world, the ledger is called unpermissioned.”

 

WHY ARE BANKS INTERESTED?

All major banks are experimenting with blockchain as they can use it for money transfers, record keeping and other back-end functions. The blockchain application replicates the paper-intensive international trade finance process as an electronic decentralised ledger, that gives all the participating entities, including banks, the ability to access a single source of information. It also enables them to track documentation and authenticate ownership of assets digitally, as an un-alterable ledger in real time. Indian IT service providers like Infosys and TCS have been throwing their weight around blockchain technology. Both these companies are using blockchain mechanism to create core banking platforms for banks.

 

WHERE CAN IT BE USED?

Use of blockchain technology is not limited to the financial sector. It is being used in many other areas. For example, Honduras government has put all land records on a public ledger – the blockchain. The minute there is a change in ownership, it gets recorded publicly. The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) announced this year that it would move Australia’s equities clearing and settlement system on to blockchain. In October 2015, Nasdaq unveiled Linq, a solution enabling private companies to digitally represent share ownership using blockchain-based technology.

 

IS IT SAFE?

The USP of blockchain is that it allows two parties to execute a transaction without any intermediary. Blockchain allows financial institutions to execute and verify transactions discretely without any human intervention. The electronic ledger of transactions is continuously maintained and verified in ‘blocks’ of records. With the help of cryptography, the tamper-proof ledger is shared between parties on computer servers. Experts believe that blockchain architecture can significantly bring down the costs and reduce inefficiencies in the financial sector.

 

WHAT’S A BITCOIN?

The term Bitcoin actually refers to two different things. Capital-B Bitcoin is a payment network—like MasterCard is a payment network. Lower-case bitcoin refers to the currency of the Bitcoin network—much like MasterCard uses dollars in the United States.

What makes Bitcoin different from MasterCard, PayPal, and other payment networks that existed in 2008 (when Bitcoin was invented) is that Bitcoin was the world’s first payment network that’s completely decentralized. The MasterCard network is operated by MasterCard Inc., but there’s no Bitcoin Inc. in charge of the Bitcoin network. Rather, it’s a peer-to-peer network that maintains a shared transaction ledger called the blockchain.

Inventing a new currency was an unavoidable consequence of making the Bitcoin network fully decentralized. On a conventional payment network, the network owner promises to redeem balances for conventional currencies like dollars or euros. But there’s no Bitcoin company, so there’s no one to guarantee that Bitcoin balances will have any particular value. Instead, bitcoins float against conventional currencies, with their value determined by supply and demand.

And no, those physical “bitcoins” you see in a lot of pictures aren’t what a bitcoin “really” looks like. Bitcoins are just entries in the Bitcoin blockchain. If you own some bitcoins, that means you have some cryptographic private keys stored on your computer, on an external drive, or printed out on a piece of paper somewhere. These keys allow people to spend bitcoin balances in much the same way that the password to your bank’s website allows you to spend the balance in your bank account. But you can’t withdraw bitcoins from the network the way you withdraw physical currency from your bank.

 

ABOUT BLOCKCHAIN TRAINING COURSE

The Blockchain training provides you with a detailed understanding of Blockchain technology beginning from Blockchain origin, objectives, and challenges, slowly progressing to Bitcoin Data structures.The Blockchain training course teaches you to create Blockchain using Mining methodology. You also get to know about Bitcoin wallets and how to go ahead with buying and selling of Bitcoins. It further makes you aware of the emerging trends in Blockchain and Blockchain innovation.Blockchain Training Centerproduces the leading professional experts in the tech industry.

BLOCKCHAIN TRAINING OBJECTIVE

  • Get an overview of Blockchain concept and objectives
  • Learn about Blockchain Data structures and identifiers
  • Create blocks and add it to Blockchain with the help of Mining
  • Buy and sell Bitcoins
  • Comprehend Blockchain transaction limitations and public policies
  • Comprehend the cryptography and cryptocurrency concepts
  • Encompass the concept of blockchain
  • Understand the importance of blockchain technology
  • Have a deep insight into bitcoin and its network
  • Perceive, how bitcoin transactions are validated by miners
  • Create and use bitcoin account effectively
  • Understand Ethereum blockchain
  • Learn Solidity: Prominent language to develop smart contracts
  • Deploy your private blockchain on web where you can visually see your chains
  • Send transactions between nodes
  • Infer Hyperledger project
  • Install and run Hyperledger Composer Playground locally
  • Deploy and test business network using Composer
  • Develop private Blockchain in MultiChain
  • Discuss the compelling use-cases of the blockchain
  • Interpret the prospects of blockchain
  • Assess, how blockchain can improve your business standards

BLOCKCHAIN TRAINING COURSE CONTENT

INTRODUCTION TO CRYPTOCURRENCY

Transformation in trading units, Cryptography and Crypto-currency, Anonymity and Pseudonymity in Cryptocurrencies, Digital Signatures, Cryptocurrency Hash codes, Peer to peer networks (structured and unstructured)

OVERVIEW OF BLOCKCHAIN

Introduction to Blockchain and its Origin, Why Blockchain is crucial and its objectives, Blockchain terminologies, Distinction between databases and blockchain, Distributed Ledger, Understanding Blockchain ecosystem and structure, How blockchain works, Types of blockchain

BITCOIN AND BLOCKCHAIN DATA STRUCTURES

Introduction to Bitcoin and its usage, Blockchain Data structures, Where and how to buy bitcoins, How to store bitcoins?, Bitcoin transactions, Blockchain block structure, Scripting language in bitcoin, Nodes and network of bitcoin

BITCOIN MINING

Introduction to Bitcoin Mining, Bitcoin – Network and process, Bitcoin mining explained, Bitcoin cloud mining, Mining Developments – Incentives, Security

BUYING AND SELLING BITCOIN

Bitocoin Wallets, Applications of bitcoin script, Mobile Wallets

EXTENDING BLOCK CHAINS

Why Extend the Blockchain?, Blockchain Objectives, Altcoins, Colored Coins, Side Contracts

BLOCK CHAIN ADOPTION

Initial Adoption, Adoption Metrics, Blockchain Demographics and Geographic Distribution

TECHNOLOGY OF BLOCKCHAIN – ETHEREUM NETWORK

What is Ethereum network and its usage, Ethereum ecosystem, DApps and DAOs, Understanding Ethereum mining, Learning Solidity in detail

INSTALLING THE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT – ETHEREUM

Dive Into Working With Ethereums Core Development Tools – Mist, Various blockchain setup platforms, Using Ethereum to setup private blockchain, Different phases of contract Deployment, Account management and mining, Understand the different stages of a contract deployment, Understanding Decentralisation At A Deeper Level

PROSPECTS OF THE BLOCKCHAIN

Blockchain transforming business and professionalism, Blockchain and Public Policy, Central Banks & governmental regulations

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