Blockchain and Bitcoin Fundamentals course

ABOUT THE COURSE

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The course provides an overview of Blockchain technology including its history, evolution and the future. Students learn about bitcoin, which is powered by blockchain technology, bitcoin mining, and other blockchain platforms like Ethereum, Hyperledger and Multichain.

Who is the target audience?

Anyone aspiring to learn new technology or having an interest in pursuing a career in Blockchain technology can take this the course. This course caters to students and professionals from all background including, but not limited to, technology, management, finance, etc.

Basic knowledge:

There are no pre-requisites for this course, however, a basic understanding of object-oriented programming would be helpful.

Curriculam

Course Objective

  • Introduction
  • Blockchain
  • Bitcoin
  • Mining
  • Ethereum Basics
  • Smart Contracts & Solidity
  • Hyperledger Basics
  • Chaincode and Composer
  • Multichain Basics
  • Blockchain Industry Applications and Job Prospects

 

Price:  ₹ 16665 (Enroll Today and Get Flat 40% OFF )

New Batch starts from 07th Jan 2019Days: Mon-Fri (10 Days) 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM (IST)

 

Contact Us:

Simpliv Services India Pvt Ltd

Email: support@simpliv.com

Phone: 7676008458

Email: sudheer@simpliv.com

Phone:  9538055093

 

To Enroll Click Here: https://www.simpliv.com/instructor-led-courses/blockchain-and-bitcoin-fundamentals/?7-DEC-SEO

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Blockchain Certification Training

ABOUT THE COURSE

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Simpliv’s Blockchain Online Course will provide an overview of the structure and mechanism of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger and Multichain Blockchain platforms. You will learn to setup your own private Blockchain and deploy smart contracts on Ethereum. You’ll learn the use the latest tools to build Blockchain applications, set up your own private Blockchain, deploy smart contracts on Ethereum and gain practical experience with real-world projects.

Who is the target audience?

Students and Professionals aspiring to make a career in the Blockchain technology.

Basic knowledge:

Anyone with a technical background and fair understanding of programming concepts can take this course. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Curriculam

Course Index

  • Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
  • Bitcoin and Blockchain
  • Ethereum
  • Solidity
  • Overview of Web3.JS
  • Creating DApps
  • Hyperledger
  • Multichain
  • Prospects of Blockchain and Use Cases

 

Price:  ₹ 16665 (Enroll Today and Get Flat 40% OFF )

New Batch starts from 04th FEB, 2019 Days: Mon-Fri (15 Days) 08:00 PM – 10:00 PM (IST)

 

Contact Us:

Simpliv Services India Pvt Ltd

Email: support@simpliv.com

Phone: 7676008458

Email: sudheer@simpliv.com

Phone:  9538055093

 

To Enroll Click Here: https://www.simpliv.com/instructor-led-courses/blockchain-certification-training/?7-DEC-SEO

 

Future Technologies That Will Be Mainstream by 2020

Tech companies rang in the start of the new year by unveiling some of their ambitious plans for the coming months. Startups and multinational companies alike are beginning to feel the ripple effects of innovation in the industry, with technology becoming more intertwined in everyday lives each year.

As 2018 progresses, here are 5 future technologies you can expect to reach the public in the next couple of years.

1. The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things has long been talked about amongst tech insiders as the next big innovation in home technology. In recent years, IoT has begun carve a niche for itself in everyday life with the growing adoption of systems like Google’s Home and Amazon’s Alexa. These devices will continue to integrate more aspects of the home into one harmonious system by utilizing the internet, allowing a user to control anything from the air conditioning to their security via voice command and a small personal assistant.Apple has announced its plans to roll out the HomePod this year and Samsung is reportedly working on their Bixby technology in order to compete with the success of the Google and Amazon systems. You can expect that one of these devices will be simplifying life in your home and the homes around you by 2020.

2. Automation

While large-scale innovation in automation has traditionally been limited to the production side of society, the technology will have far reaching implications for consumers by 2020. Amazon’s automated grocery store, eliminating the need for cashiers, has been one of the first major tech triumphs of the year.

The store has proven itself successful as an efficient alternative for shoppers in its first location. The current cost of this technology, however, puts it out of the reach of pretty much any other storefront. As the technology continues to develop, consumers can expect that pressure sensors and cameras that automate pay and alleviate long lines in stores will be coming to groceries and pharmacies near you in the next couple of years.

3. Cryptocurrency

After Bitcoin’s meteoric price jump in 2017, major tech players have begun to take cryptocurrencies seriously. Along with major Initial Coin Offerings that have hit major news outlets like Etherium, smaller companies are developing Stablecoins that provide attempt to provide all the pros of cryptocurrency transactions without the price fluctuations that have plagued the system.

As these coins begin to work themselves out and exchanges even out the fluctuations in prices, expect these assets to be mainstream methods of payment by 2020.

4. Blockchain

Blockchain, the decentralized ledger that holds together cryptocurrencies, has applications reaching far beyond financial transactions. Companies have applied the technology to everything, from simplifying tracking and access to information in academia to interesting and amusing games that use complex algorithms to create unique experiences.

5. Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence, which once may have seemed like something out of a Sci-Fi novel, is seeing the light and applications of the technology are already being worked on. In particular, with the rise of the Internet of Things, Information Technology and Cybersecurity firms have begun to adopt artificial neural networks in order to monitor and prevent DDoS attacks.

In addition to its security applications, companies like Amazon and Google have begun to apply the technology to regular consumers in order to simplify shopping and searching experiences on the platforms. With all the current progress of AI technology, it is reasonable to expect that by the year 2020 the innovation will be deeply entrenched in both business and consumer activities.

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