A blockchain,originally block chain,is a growing list of called blocks, which are linked using Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block,and transaction data (generally represented as a merkle tree root hash).
By design, a blockchain is resistant to modification of the data. It is “an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way”. For use as a distributed ledger, a blockchain is typically managed by a peer-to-peer network collectively adhering to a protocol for inter-node communication and validating new blocks
Block chain Course Details:
Course Duration:45 Days
Mode of Training Online only
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Block Chain Demo in Telugu
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Block Chain Course Content
- Transformation in trading units
- Cryptography and Crypto-currency
- Anonymity and Pseudonymity in cryptocurrencies
- Digital Signatures
- Cryptocurrency Hash codes
- Distributed networks
- Introduction to Blockchain.
- Why Blockchain is crucial?
- Key vocabulary while discussing Blockchain
- Distinction between databases and blockchain
- Explaining Distributed Ledger
- Blockchain ecosystem
- Blockchain structure
- Working of blockchain technology
- Permissioned and permission-less blockchain
Bitcoin & Blockchain
- Bitcoin and its History
- Why use Bitcoins?
- Where and how to buy bitcoins
- How to store bitcoins?
- How and where to spend bitcoins?
- Selling bitcoins
- Bitcoin transactions
- How bitcoin transactions work
- What happens in case of invalid transactions
- Parameters that invalidate the transactions
- Scripting language in bitcoin
- Applications of bitcoin script
- Nodes and network of bitcoin
- Various roles you can play in Bitcoin Ecosystem
What is Ethereum?
- What is Ether?
- How to use Ethereum?
- The Ethereum ecosystem, DApps and DAOs
- How Ethereum mining works
- Learning Solidity
- Contract classes, Functions and conditionals
- Inheritance & abstract contracts
- Types & Optimization
- Global Variables
- Future of Ethereum
Ethereum Private Blockchain and Smart contracts
- Private and public blockchain
- Various blockchain setup platforms
- Using Ethereum to setup private blockchain
- Steps to build a blockchain solution.
- Smart contract on Ethereum
- Compile, deploy and instantiate contracts
- Configuring, running and working with the go-Ethereum client
- Account management and mining
- Understand the different stages of a contract deployment
- How to interact with a contract once deployed?
- Introduction to Solidity
- Learning Solidity
- Basics (version pragma and comments)
- Structure of a contract
- Data Structures (Arrays, Mapping, Structs)
- Data Types (signed and unsigned int, strings, boolean, address)
- Looping and Conditional Statements
- Imports and libraries
- Extended String Functionality and Bytes
- Custom Modifiers and Error Handling
- Creating and deploying your own tokens
- Event logging, handling
- Parameter Mapping and Returning multiple variables
- State Modifiers (Pure/View/Constant/Payable)
- Transferring Ether between contracts (ERC20 and ERC223)
- Contract ABI
- Introduction to the Truffle Framework
- Communicating between smart contracts and HTML pages using web3.js and Metamask
- Setting up event driven Interfaces
- Client side signing and remotes nodes for Dapps
Deploying DAPP using Truffle and Web3J
- Creating a project structure on Truffle
- Writing the smart contract
- Compiling and migrating the smart contract
- Publishing the DApp
- How web3.js and truffle work with ReactJS
- Deploying smart contract services on the test blockchain network
- Running the DApp on the Ethereum node using Metamask