What will I learn in this blockchain course?
• Buy your Cryptomonedas at the best price
• Manage your wallets
• Send and receive cryptocurrencies on your wallet
Who is this blockchain course for?
• Anyone who wants to buy Bitcoins
• And want to be up to date with the prices of the Cryptomonedas
Understanding how a block chain works is the first step to take advantage of technology. Learn how a blockchain value unit moves from part A to part B.
Get up to date with blockchain, with its glossary of terms:
• Bitcoin: A digital currency that is not backed by the central bank or government of any country; negotiated for goods or services with suppliers that accept bitcoins as payment
• Bitcoin Mining: The act of processing transactions in the digital currency system; The current bitcoin transaction records - identified as blocks - are added to the past transaction record, known as the blockchain.
• Cryptocurrency: A subset of digital currencies; they do not have physical representation and they use encryption to ensure the processes involved in carrying out transactions.
• Digital wallet: A software application, usually for a smartphone, that serves as an electronic version of a physical wallet.
• Distributed box book: A database in which parts of the database are stored in multiple physical locations and the processing is distributed among several database nodes; Block chain systems are called distributed ledgers.
• Ethereum: A public distributed computing platform based on blockchain with intelligent contract functionality; helps execute peer-to-peer contracts using a cryptocurrency called ether.
• Hash / hashing: The transformation of a character string into a normally shorter value, of fixed length, or a key that represents the original string (similar to the creation of a bitly link).
• Remittances: A sum of money sent, especially by mail or electronic transfer, in payment for goods or services, or as a gift.
• Intelligent contract: Computer program that directly controls the transfer of coins or digital assets between parties under certain conditions; stored in blockchain technology.
Blockchain technology underlies cryptocurrencies, specifically bitcoin and Ethereum, and is being explored as a fundamental technology for a number of other registration systems such as mobile payments, property registries and smart contracts.