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This is Course 2 in the Introduction to Blockchain course series. Blockchain technology is in a period of exceptional growth, and the accounting profession will play a significant role in driving its adoption. Be part of the blockchain evolution with this course. Starting with a focus on the history and evolution of blockchain and bitcoin and then on to the characteristics of bitcoin, you will get a refresher on the fundamentals of money/currency and learn how bitcoin fits into the global business landscape. This course also demonstrates the unique characteristics of blockchain and bitcoin, so accounting and finance professionals will be able to have meaningful and relevant conversations with internal and external clients. In addition, this course introduces several key concepts within the realm of blockchain, including core components of blockchain technology, the custody, responsibility and control continuum, push vs pull paradigm and private blockchain vs public blockchain, which will significantly impact the way accountants and auditors perform their job functions....


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von Srinivasan K

Jul 04, 2019

Great course on basics of cypto currency security components, soft/hard wallet, multisig and emerging trend from audit perspective.

von Mansour M A E M

Oct 30, 2019

This is a first step to a peak of a mountain

von Maria M S

Jan 13, 2020

Great example and explanation


May 07, 2020

enjoyed it!

von Javed A

Apr 10, 2020

The first time cleared my concepts. Very good course for beginners.


Interactive Real Life Exercises makes the course must-have for beginners.

Course Slides are easy to understand.


Instructors' language is difficult to grasp.

von Neil L B

May 01, 2020