Cryptocurrency Engineering and Design




About Course


Bitcoin and other cryptographic currencies have gained attention over the years as the systems continue to evolve. This course looks at the design of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and how they function in practice, focusing on cryptography, game theory, and network architecture.


Benefits

  • Trainers with more than a decade of Industry Expertise.
  • Our emphasize is more on practical based learning. 
  • 24X7 support
  • We are associated with 500+ corporates.
  • Standout performers will be projected for placements in these corporates based on requirements.
  • Every session will be recorded and will be available on our LMS (Learning Management System) and students will have life time access to it. 
  • We provide Interview Guidelines to help in better understanding of industry requirements and expectations. 
  • Our trainings are available online and offline mode.
  • We focus and prefer Instructor Led Live training programs.
  • Assessments will there on weekly basis. Pre and post training assessment are included to rate yourself after the learning.
  • Course Completion Certificate will be provided.
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Why should I take this course?

Despite volatility, cryptocurrencies are on the rise. The value has risen enormously in a very short amount of time, and many major companies now accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. The more this type of currency is embraced by the market, the more value it has.

Is Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency the same thing?

Bitcoin is the name of the best-known cryptocurrency, the one for which blockchain technology was invented.

How safe is Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrencies are usually built using blockchain technology. It's a fairly complex, technical process, but the result is a digital ledger of cryptocurrency transactions that's hard for hackers to tamper with

What is Cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.



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