According to financial analysts, creation of blockchain technology in 2009 marked the beginning of the new technological revolution. Over time blockchain will change beyond recognition not only financial services, but all other industries.
Young generation of future entrepreneurs need to be aware and in the know of the latest economic trends and innovations. Do you want your child to learn what cryptocurrency, bitcoins, tokens, blockchain, mining and ICO are? Do you want them to feel confident in the new financial environment? Then sign him up for this course!
This course is designed not just to introduce children to the basics of this technology, but also to show them a full picture of its possibilities in the modern world. We recommend this course to all teens fr om 13 years old.
What is blockchain? How does it work?
Growth and development of the digital economy contributes to emergence of new technologies, including new ways of financing projects and innovations.
One of the most promising technologies is blockchain. What exactly is it?
For the first time, blockchain technology was used for creating electronic payment system Bitcoin. However, blockchain is a universal technology that can be used in various spheres of life. Based on this technology, identification systems, web browsers, decentralized cloud data stores, social networks, IP and copyright protection projects are already being developed.
What is this course about?
Blockchain technology course was developed by professionals with many years of experience in the financial sector bearing in mind the age of students. This course will allow you child the following:
The earlier kids begin to learn the multifunctional blockchain technology, the faster they will be able to apply it in practice.
During the training process we evaluate the practical side (how to do it?) and understanding the topics as well (why and what for?)
Students demonstrate knowledge by solving tasks in their own way, explaining the algorithms in own words, helping other students to correct mistakes and creating presentations on the final course project.
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