- Chapter 1: Blockchain's Big Innovation is Trust, Not Money
- Chapter 2: Blockchain
- Chapter 3: Bitcoin
- Chapter 4: Initial Coin Offering (ICO)
- Chapter 5: Token Economics
- Chapter 6: Smart contract
- Chapter 7: Power To The People
This seven part course is designed for people who want to understand blockchain, the industries that have evolved from it, and what its potential is.
Mason will be meeting Isabella in a cafe and covering the basics of how a blockchain works. Then they will discuss how these capabilities have been extended using cryptography to enable bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to function.
Isabella will bring in lots of practical examples to make everything easy to understand. And if anything gets a little complicated, she will ask questions to break it down into smaller parts. By the end of it, they will understand what ICOs are, how token economies work, and why smart contracts are so important.
Isabella does a great job of keeping things clear. Then she learns so much, she ends up teaching me a thing or two about the potential of blockchain technology and the many different ways it is likely to have an impact on our future.
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Educational Animation Studios
Animate U is Educational Animation Studio.
Our mission is to spread wisdom in our world.
We make the fun and cool animation video courses for students to enjoy studying about Entrepreneurship and Technology.
We would like to support the future entrepreneurs and engineers.
We hope that you will enjoy our courses.
dayam it was great
Great and clear.
Absolutely amazing. Very high quality. Thank you
This course is animated very well and offers interesting content.
The animation discussion with questions makes learning fun and helps me understand the concepts. The short video segments hold my short attention span long enough to the end. The elementary blockchain concept isn't all that complicated after all. Until now I simply hadn't found a resource that made this clear. There are a few errors (confusing 1 for 1) so some editing could have been done a bit better. The presentation may seem silly to some but I came first and foremost to learn, not to be babysat by a mindless electronic drone. Good job, guys!
really new things for me