The Harvard Business Review defines a blockchain as "an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way." In general terms, a blockchain is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. Concepts of blockchain are what actually drive our Bitcoins, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. With the security of transactions getting increasingly sloppy, and more and more people going the 'crypto' way, cryptocurrencies are here to stay. The concepts of blockchain will surely help one become an expert in the field, which is sure to see a huge boom soon.

Coding Blocks brings to you, for the first time, a two-day bootcamp on the concepts of Blockchain. The bootcamp will cover the basics of currency all the way to the most advanced topics of the science behind transactions and wallets.


A Brief History of Money, Centralised Currencies
What Is A Decentralised Currency - An Introduction to Bitcoin
What Is A Blockchain?
Deep Dive Into Blockchain - the technology powering Bitcoin
Understanding Bitcoin Transactions, Bitcoin Wallets and Blockexplorer

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Ankit Malik is our in-house expert on blockchain. A graduate from IIT Delhi, Ankit is passionate about web application design and web programming. He worked at Facebook, Barclays and World Quant before starting up on his own. He co-founded a technology consultancy firm and has over three years of experience with building data-intensive web solutions for US based pharma firms.

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