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Rocheston Certified Blockchain Engineer Course Outline
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Blockchain is another new technology emerging on the horizon, strikingly disruptive and stimulating everyone across the globe to explore the exciting future it holds. The discerned promise of its potential is bringing together local businesses, entrepreneurs, investors, developers and government authorities to be a part of this global tech innovation movement.

Today, Blockchain technology has heralded in a revolution in the finance sector, which is having a snowballing effect on every other sector including industries and government services. Blockchain technology supports cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and enables the maintenance of a secure, transparent and permanent digitized record called ‘BLOCKS’ of all kinds of transactions. The scope of blockchain technology, when partnered with the Internet of Things (IoT) systems, scales up several notches higher.

We, at Rocheston, have lined up an interesting set of easy-to-understand modules to help you understand the basics of blockchain technology, its core structure and innumerable applications. The course is both comprehensive and exhaustive and equips each learner to integrate a private blockchain environment using frameworks such as Ethereium, Hyperledger fabric framework and Multichain. By the end of this structured training course, you will be a Rocheston Certified Blockchain Engineer (RCBE).

The job search engine Indeed’s reports on the main Asian markets reveals a high demand for bitcoin-related jobs. As an RCBE Engineer with the RCBE certification, you will be a productive part of this cutting-edge revolution, scaling up to the current industry requirements and best practices. Have fun exploring our vast and engaging modules!

Rocheston Certified Blockchain Engineer (RCBE) Course Outline

Module 1- Introduction to Blockchain

What is Blockchain?
Basics of Bitcoin and other Altcoins
Understanding Ethereum ecosystem
Understanding Ecommerce marketplace
Raising new digital currency through Initial Coin Offering

Module 2- The Genesis

Blockchain: Origin and Future
Study of Cryptoeconomics
Future of Accounting vs Traditional Accounting Methodologies

Module 3 - Types of Blockchain

Public Blockchain
Private Blockchain
Consortium or Federated Blockchain

Module 4 - Blockchain Nodes

Bitcoin nodes
Full Node
Peer-to-peer (P2P) Networking

Module 5 - Implementing Blockchain Disruptive Technology

Decentralized Computing Infrastructure
Blockchain Network
Distributed Ledger Technology
Hash functions and Digital Signatures
Blockchain Mobile Wallet – Bitcoin and Ethereum

Module 6 - Blockchain Architecture

Transactions – Mechanism of using public and private keys
Blocks – Importance of hash functions
Mining – Factors for selecting mining hardware, mining with the right pool and choosing pool rewards
Consensus Algorithms – Expanding scope of secured transactions through Dapps, DAOs, decentralized networks

Module 7 - Blockchain Protocols and Platforms

Symbiont Distributed Ledger
Hard and Soft Forks

Module 8 - Blockchain Community Building & Its Ecosystem

Blockchain as a Service (BaaS)
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)
Amazon(AWS), Microsoft(Azure), IBM Blockchain, Accenture Coinfabrik
Large Public Sector Companies in Blockchain
Blockchain hub
Countries adopting Blockchain Technologies
Countries forming Blockchain partnership
Developing Open and Confidential networking

Module 9 - Securing Blockchain

Rise of Crypto-mining Malware
Smart contracts and Secure Computing Network
Role of Oracles

Module 10 - Cryptography and Cryptocurrency

Innovation in trading units
Digital Currency and Innovation
Evolution of Cryptocurrencies
Cryptographic Hash Functions
Hash Pointers and Data Structures
What You Should Know about Digital Signatures
Interaction Between Bitcoin and Altcoins

Module 11 - Cryptocurrency Supply Control & Regulation

Global Cryptocurrency Regulation Updates
Bitcoin – Controlled Supply
Cryptocurrency Scalability
Cryptocurrency Coins & Tokens - Differences
Quick Guide to Smart contracts
Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG)
Proof of stake (PoS) & Delegated PoS
Best Options for Cryptocurrency Storage
Bitcoin Price & Market Capitalization
Future of Mass Cryptocurrency Adoption
Best Cryptocurrency Community
Core developer team
Branding and FUD

Module 12 - Integrating Cryptocurrency into the System

Awareness about ICO
Which Businesses Accept Cryptocurrencies?
Integrate Cryptocurrency Option into Existing Points of Sale
Integrating Cryptocurrency Transfer on a Social Network Interface

Module 13 - Hacking the Blockchain

Is Blockchain Invincible?
The 51% Attack

Module 14 - Spectrum of Use cases

Market Validation
Supply Chain
Vendor Payment
Inventory Management
Asset Tracking

• Speeding Up and Simplifying Cross-border Payments
• Smart Assets in the Trade Finance Supply Chain
• The Future of Share Trading
• Smart Contracts
• Improving Online Identity Management

• Claim Settlement
• Clinical Trial Records
• Administrative Tracking

• Decentralization
• Tracking & fraud security
• Confidentiality
• Right to be forgotten (about 51% attack)
• Network access & Communication
• Data Quality and Monitoring

Digital Marketing
• Privacy and compliance
• Social media nodes

• Fund Allocation
• Fund Tracking
• Public Participation

Module 15 - Risks & Challenges

Pump and Dump Groups
Regulatory Challenges
Scam Coins

Module 16 - Set up Your Own Blockchain

Privacy & Permissions in MultiChain
Mining in MultiChain
Multiple configurable Blockchains
Methods to Set Up a Private Blockchain
Connecting to a Blockchain
Interactive Mode Commands
Using Native Assets
Transaction Metadata

Module 17 - Develop Business Networks Using Hyperledger Composer

• Setting up a Development Environment Using Composer
• Test Business Networks
• Introduction to Hyperledger Fabric Model
• Methods to Create Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain Network

Module 18 - Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT)

Blockchain of Things
Catalyst for Digital Transformation: IoT, AI & Blockchain
Blockchain – The IoT Saviour!
Cryptocurrency and IoT

Module 19 - Integrating Blockchain with IoT

Why IoT needs Blockchain?
IBMWatson IoT

Module 20 - Future of Blockchain Technology

Distributed Cloud Storage
Digital Voting
Decentralized Notary
Masterminding IoT Systems
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