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The Complete Blockchain Professional Course

Learn in-depth about the fundamentals of blockchain, blockchain architecture, and various blockchain use cases.

The Complete Blockchain Professional Course

Learn in-depth about the fundamentals of blockchain, blockchain architecture, and various blockchain use cases.
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Students will learn about the Blockchain and dive into the history of Blockchain.
This lecture will give you a fair idea and overview of blockchain. You will learn about the blockchain through real-world examples.
This lecture will help you understand blockchain by taking up various analogies. You can link the real world analogies with blockchain.
This lecture will lay the groundwork for the learning of blockchain. You will go through a peer into the blockchain and learn some basic functionalities working with blockchain.
Get instant support on doubts and queries. Be a part of the growing community and learn with the industry experts.
This lecture will give you a brief about the history of blockchain and how it affects the current solution.
In this section, you will get familiar with the complete working of Blockchain with the help of an example. You will also learn about Blockchain wallets, digital signatures, and protocols.
In this lecture, you will learn how blockchain works, with the help of an example. This example will give you the insight as to how the blocks in the blockchain are linked to each other and also provide you the knowledge about the functioning of the nonce in the blockchain.
In this lecture, you will learn about different types of wallets, digital signatures, and protocols.
In this section, you will learn about the benefits of blockchain over traditional technologies. We will also break the myth of Bitcoin being called as blockchain.
In this lecture, you will learn about the benefits of blockchain over traditional technologies. We will also see the overview architecture for blockchain, which is bases on peer to peer connections and traditional technologies, which is based on the client-server model.
In this lecture, we will break the myth of Bitcoin being the blockchain. We will see how bitcoin is only one of the mainstream manifestations of blockchain. We will also talk about how blockchain holds the potential for disrupting various industries.
In this section, you will know about the key concepts of blockchain-like: Private Keys, Addresses, Transactions, Merkle Trees and Blocks. A Bonus lecture is also included for additional concepts.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about the key generation algorithms used with Blockchain. We are also going to talk about the concept of addresses in Blockchain.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about transactions and how transactions are incorporated inside a Merkle tree to form the validation process for the block. We are also going to learn about the key components of a block with the example of a Bitcoin block.
This is a bonus lecture provided for the key concepts. We are going to talk about some additional concepts related to the Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets which are used for hierarchy processes, Mnemonic Seeds for protection of wallets and Smart Contracts for running business logic between two or more parties.
In this section, you will get familiar with the working of blockchain transaction with the help of an example.
This lecture will give you an overview of how a Blockchain transaction works and why it is better than the traditional transactions.
In this section, you will learn about the consensus mechanism. We will start with understanding the problem and then give the solution provided by Byzantine Fault Tolerance.
Let's first understand the problem related to the Internet and Peer to Peer networks. In this lecture, we are going to discuss the two generals problem related to the internet and also the generalized version of two generals problem related to the peer to peer networks.
After defining the problem, we will go into a probable solution provided for the generalized version of two generals problem. With the help of an example, we will understand how the solution is defined. This lecture is oriented to provide the solution in most layman terms possible.
Once we understand the solution to the generalized version of two generals problem, we will map the solution to the blockchain world. We will see how blockchain utilizes the concepts defined in the solution to work securely.
Apart from Byzantine Fault Tolerance, we have one more concept which makes sure that no conflicts arise in the creation of blocks. This concept is known as the Longest Chain Rule. In this lecture, we will discuss the longest chain rule and also understand how the longest chain rule resolves the conflicts in mining.
Now we understand the consensus mechanism but there are multiple ways to safeguard information in the blockchain. In this lecture, we are going to learn some of the top consensus mechanism algorithms.
In this lecture, you will learn about the pioneer consensus algorithm known as Proof of Work. We will also talk about Bitcoin as one of the example projects utilizing the Proof of Work consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm which avoids the pitfalls of Proof of Work consensus algorithm. We will also talk about Neo as one of the example projects utilizing the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Delegated Proof of Stake consensus algorithm which provides a completely different approach from Proof of Stake consensus algorithm. We will also talk about Lisk as one of the example projects utilizing Delegated Proof of Stake consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Proof of Authority consensus algorithm, which is similar to the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm, but miners need to stake their identities to earn the rewards. We will also talk about Proof of Authority network as one of the example projects utilizing Proof of Authority consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Proof of Weight consensus algorithm, which is a broad classification containing different types of the consensus algorithm. We will also talk about Filecoin as one of the example projects utilizing Proof of Weight consensus algorithm.
In this section, you will get know about the internal Blockchain Architecture. We will discuss two different views for the Blockchain Architecture and explain the different layers.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about different categories of Blockchain. We will discuss public, private and consortium Blockchain. We are also going to compare the different Blockchain categories.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about the Blockchain architecture. We will talk about some sample architectures and define how you can create your own architecture. Note: Blockchain architecture discussed here is a sample architecture, you can use similar types of architecture for your use cases. There is no standard definition of architecture, we can define it as per the services we require for our solution.
Finally understanding much of the functional components of Blockchain. We go into the steps needed to be followed to form your Blockchain Solution.
The first step in defining our solution is to identify the Use Case. Blockchain is not a silver bullet, and we cannot consider it to be a solution to all the problems. We need to identify a suitable Use Case, where Blockchain could be cost-effective and productive.
The next step in forming a Blockchain solution is to design the integration strategy with the existing architecture and applications. The new solution should seamlessly integrate and not break our present ecosystem.
After designing Integration strategies, we go into identifying the appropriate consensus mechanism to be used with our Use Case. There is no single consensus mechanism which could fit in with all the problems. We need to identify which consensus mechanism suits the best for our needs.
After Identifying the consensus mechanism, we go into identifying the platform. There are multiple platforms available in the market which provides different feature set. We need to choose the most suitable platform for our Use Case.
The next step is to design the architecture for our solution. As mentioned in the course, there is no concrete definition for Blockchain architecture. You need to define the services as required. You also need to understand whether you require a public, private, or hybrid solution.
The next step is to design your Blockchain instance. This is one of the most important steps for defining your Blockchain solution. In this step, you define all the parameters required for your Blockchain, which will be followed throughout the lifetime of the Blockchain.
Now we will go into building the Application Programming Interface. You need to take notice about which functions you want to expose to developers and users. Developers can use your APIs inside their applications to interact with your Blockchain.
Finally, we go into building our applications, which will be used by the users to interact with the Blockchain. Users cannot work with the command-line interface and require a good UX application to perform operations over the Blockchain. We will also define future prospects and opportunities for Blockchain solutions.
In this section, we are going to discuss the technology stack and the ecosystem for Blockchain. These will help you to run your projects efficiently and profitably.
In this lecture, we are going to learn about the Blockchain technology stack. We will understand different support systems, protocols, and overlay networks which form the complete technology stack.
Only having an idea or Blockchain solution is not good enough. You need to build a complete ecosystem around your solution which will help your project grow. In this lecture, we are going to learn about different parts of the Blockchain ecosystem and why you need to maintain all these parts?
In this section, we are going to learn briefly about some of the major Blockchain Solutions present in the market.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Bitcoin Blockchain. Bitcoin was the pioneer of the Blockchain world.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Ethereum Blockchain. Ethereum brought us the concept of Smart Contracts.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Neo Blockchain. Neo is based out of China.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Hyperledger Blockchain. Hyperledger is more focused on enterprise implementations of Blockchain.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about EOS Blockchain. EOS is aimed to be the marketplace for decentralized applications.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Corda Blockchain. Corda is also a private Blockchain solution which aims to integrate with finance solutions.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Quorum Blockchain. A quorum was created by JP Morgan and runs over the Ethereum base.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Multichain Blockchain. Multichain is based over Bitcoin Blockchain and provides features to create your blockchain solution within minutes. Multichain provides various additional functionalities over the Bitcoin.
Till now, we have covered many fundamental concepts related to Blockchain. In the end, we need to use Blockchain to solve problems within Industries.
In this lecture, we will learn why industries need to adopt blockchain? We will also learn about industries already utilizing the blockchain for solving their problems and some future industries where blockchain could provide disruption.
In this lecture, we are going to learn about challenges being faced by the industries in adopting Blockchain as a solution. There is a lot of hype about Blockchain, but industries are still reserved in implementing Blockchain due to some major challenges like energy consumption and public perception. We are going to discuss these challenges and also see the current research carried out to tackle these challenges.
There is a lot of reservations about Implementing Blockchain solutions because of the attacks associated with the same. In this section, we are going to discuss some of the major attacks over Blockchain
Though security is integrated throughout the blockchain technology, even the strongest blockchains come under attack by modern cyber-criminals. In this lecture, we will analyze some of the major attacks that might happen over blockchain solutions. This will help you to mitigate security risks when you are developing your solutions.
60% of the Fortune 500 companies believe that Blockchain is the next big thing. In this section, we are going to see what the future holds for Blockchain and how blockchain is taking over the world?
In this lecture, we are going to see the current impact of Blockchain over the world and also see what the future holds for Blockchain?
After understanding different functional concepts of Blockchain, we need to employ those concepts to real-world problems. In this section, we are going to discuss the use cases related to Finance.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Loans and Mortgage system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Cross Border Payments system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Stock Trading system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Digital Identity Management system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
After understanding different functional concepts of Blockchain, we need to employ those concepts to real-world problems. In this section, we are going to discuss the use cases related to Healthcare.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional handling of Health Records. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Drug Traceability system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Clinical Trials system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Healthcare Billing system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this section, we are going to discuss blockchain use cases related to Media Entertainment. This sector is on the verge of disruption, and Blockchain can act as a catalyst for the same.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to digital content piracy. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the unavailability of funds with the independent content creators. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Digital Advertisement system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Royalty Payments system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this section, we are going to discuss bonus use cases related to Real Estate. There are already some companies working over the Traditional Real Estate Model. Still, there are a lot of opportunities.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Rental system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Land or Title records system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the regulations under real estate sectors. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional liquidity system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
Coming to the end of the course, we will discuss some of the research and potential future applications for Blockchain.
In this lecture, we will discuss the current research being carried over the Blockchain. We will also discuss about DAGs and Hashgraphs.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss on the future integrations and applications for the Blockchain. These applications will change the way on how people interact with data. We will also discuss the impact of Blockchain in various countries.
In this section, we are going to conclude the course and give students some inputs on different Blockchain Paths and learning experience.
Finally, we will summarize the course and give you more details on what you can learn going forward. Feel free to contact us more material on Blockchain.

Learn Blockchain from the industry experts!

Learn the key concepts of Blockchain in-depth and in the simplest terms.

Welcome to the Complete Blockchain Professional Course. People have heard about Blockchain, but they don't know what it is. This course has been designed in such a way that you will get a thorough understanding of how the Blockchain Technology is being used as a solution to various problems being faced by the industries. This is a very comprehensive course which explains all the basics and fundamentals of Blockchain explained in the simplest way.

In 2018, the rise in jobs in the Blockchain sector had been 7000%. For every 14 jobs in the USA, there is only one person who is available to take up the job in Blockchain.

What will you learn in this course?

In order to make this course more interactive, we have provided various quizzes as a part of the modules. You will get more clarity and will be able to master all the important topics related to Blockchain.

  • What is Blockchain?
  • The difference between Blockchain & other technologies
  • How a Blockchain transaction works
  • Types of Blockchains present in the market
  • Consensus mechanisms being used in Blockchain
  • Industry challenges being faced by Blockchain
  • Blockchain Architecture
  • Various Blockchain solutions like Ethereum, Hyperledger, Bitcoin, Cords, Quorum, Multichain and EOS
  • Different types of Blockchain Consensus Algorithms like Proof of Work, Proof of Stake, and Delegated Proof of Stake.
  • Steps to form your Blockchain solution
  • Blockchain smart contracts
  • Smart contract use cases and smart contract applications in order to explain how they are being used in the real world scenarios
  • Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and much more
  • Introductions to DAG, Hedra Hashgraph and future developments

Bonus material we provide:

  • Various use cases have been provided to understand how Blockchain works in practical scenarios
  • We have provided various quizzes at the end of each module for a better understanding of Blockchain
  • We have also provided various sophisticated attacks which could happen over your Blockchain solution
  • A peek at the future developments in the Blockchain technology
  • Guide to create your Blockchain ecosystem

We2Blocks is a Blockchain Consultation and Training Company having a global presence. With this course, we aim to promote Blockchain and create an environment for people interested in Blockchain to learn and expand their knowledge. We will be coming out with various blockchain tutorials related to fundamentals of the blockchain technology, practice questions related to blockchain certifications, Hyperledger Fabric fundamentals, Hyperledger Fabric Composer as well as courses related to blockchain development.

Requirements

Anyone who wishes to learn about Blockchain or has a passion to learn about this new technology is welcome to take up this course.

Get a preview for what you are learning with this course.
Get a preview for what you are learning with this course.
Students will learn about the Blockchain and dive into the history of Blockchain.
This lecture will give you a fair idea and overview of blockchain. You will learn about the blockchain through real-world examples.
This lecture will help you understand blockchain by taking up various analogies. You can link the real world analogies with blockchain.
This lecture will lay the groundwork for the learning of blockchain. You will go through a peer into the blockchain and learn some basic functionalities working with blockchain.
Get instant support on doubts and queries. Be a part of the growing community and learn with the industry experts.
This lecture will give you a brief about the history of blockchain and how it affects the current solution.
In this section, you will get familiar with the complete working of Blockchain with the help of an example. You will also learn about Blockchain wallets, digital signatures, and protocols.
In this lecture, you will learn how blockchain works, with the help of an example. This example will give you the insight as to how the blocks in the blockchain are linked to each other and also provide you the knowledge about the functioning of the nonce in the blockchain.
In this lecture, you will learn about different types of wallets, digital signatures, and protocols.
In this section, you will learn about the benefits of blockchain over traditional technologies. We will also break the myth of Bitcoin being called as blockchain.
In this lecture, you will learn about the benefits of blockchain over traditional technologies. We will also see the overview architecture for blockchain, which is bases on peer to peer connections and traditional technologies, which is based on the client-server model.
In this lecture, we will break the myth of Bitcoin being the blockchain. We will see how bitcoin is only one of the mainstream manifestations of blockchain. We will also talk about how blockchain holds the potential for disrupting various industries.
In this section, you will know about the key concepts of blockchain-like: Private Keys, Addresses, Transactions, Merkle Trees and Blocks. A Bonus lecture is also included for additional concepts.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about the key generation algorithms used with Blockchain. We are also going to talk about the concept of addresses in Blockchain.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about transactions and how transactions are incorporated inside a Merkle tree to form the validation process for the block. We are also going to learn about the key components of a block with the example of a Bitcoin block.
This is a bonus lecture provided for the key concepts. We are going to talk about some additional concepts related to the Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets which are used for hierarchy processes, Mnemonic Seeds for protection of wallets and Smart Contracts for running business logic between two or more parties.
In this section, you will get familiar with the working of blockchain transaction with the help of an example.
This lecture will give you an overview of how a Blockchain transaction works and why it is better than the traditional transactions.
In this section, you will learn about the consensus mechanism. We will start with understanding the problem and then give the solution provided by Byzantine Fault Tolerance.
Let's first understand the problem related to the Internet and Peer to Peer networks. In this lecture, we are going to discuss the two generals problem related to the internet and also the generalized version of two generals problem related to the peer to peer networks.
After defining the problem, we will go into a probable solution provided for the generalized version of two generals problem. With the help of an example, we will understand how the solution is defined. This lecture is oriented to provide the solution in most layman terms possible.
Once we understand the solution to the generalized version of two generals problem, we will map the solution to the blockchain world. We will see how blockchain utilizes the concepts defined in the solution to work securely.
Apart from Byzantine Fault Tolerance, we have one more concept which makes sure that no conflicts arise in the creation of blocks. This concept is known as the Longest Chain Rule. In this lecture, we will discuss the longest chain rule and also understand how the longest chain rule resolves the conflicts in mining.
Now we understand the consensus mechanism but there are multiple ways to safeguard information in the blockchain. In this lecture, we are going to learn some of the top consensus mechanism algorithms.
In this lecture, you will learn about the pioneer consensus algorithm known as Proof of Work. We will also talk about Bitcoin as one of the example projects utilizing the Proof of Work consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm which avoids the pitfalls of Proof of Work consensus algorithm. We will also talk about Neo as one of the example projects utilizing the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Delegated Proof of Stake consensus algorithm which provides a completely different approach from Proof of Stake consensus algorithm. We will also talk about Lisk as one of the example projects utilizing Delegated Proof of Stake consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Proof of Authority consensus algorithm, which is similar to the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm, but miners need to stake their identities to earn the rewards. We will also talk about Proof of Authority network as one of the example projects utilizing Proof of Authority consensus algorithm.
In this lecture, you will learn about the Proof of Weight consensus algorithm, which is a broad classification containing different types of the consensus algorithm. We will also talk about Filecoin as one of the example projects utilizing Proof of Weight consensus algorithm.
In this section, you will get know about the internal Blockchain Architecture. We will discuss two different views for the Blockchain Architecture and explain the different layers.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about different categories of Blockchain. We will discuss public, private and consortium Blockchain. We are also going to compare the different Blockchain categories.
In this lecture, you are going to learn about the Blockchain architecture. We will talk about some sample architectures and define how you can create your own architecture. Note: Blockchain architecture discussed here is a sample architecture, you can use similar types of architecture for your use cases. There is no standard definition of architecture, we can define it as per the services we require for our solution.
Finally understanding much of the functional components of Blockchain. We go into the steps needed to be followed to form your Blockchain Solution.
The first step in defining our solution is to identify the Use Case. Blockchain is not a silver bullet, and we cannot consider it to be a solution to all the problems. We need to identify a suitable Use Case, where Blockchain could be cost-effective and productive.
The next step in forming a Blockchain solution is to design the integration strategy with the existing architecture and applications. The new solution should seamlessly integrate and not break our present ecosystem.
After designing Integration strategies, we go into identifying the appropriate consensus mechanism to be used with our Use Case. There is no single consensus mechanism which could fit in with all the problems. We need to identify which consensus mechanism suits the best for our needs.
After Identifying the consensus mechanism, we go into identifying the platform. There are multiple platforms available in the market which provides different feature set. We need to choose the most suitable platform for our Use Case.
The next step is to design the architecture for our solution. As mentioned in the course, there is no concrete definition for Blockchain architecture. You need to define the services as required. You also need to understand whether you require a public, private, or hybrid solution.
The next step is to design your Blockchain instance. This is one of the most important steps for defining your Blockchain solution. In this step, you define all the parameters required for your Blockchain, which will be followed throughout the lifetime of the Blockchain.
Now we will go into building the Application Programming Interface. You need to take notice about which functions you want to expose to developers and users. Developers can use your APIs inside their applications to interact with your Blockchain.
Finally, we go into building our applications, which will be used by the users to interact with the Blockchain. Users cannot work with the command-line interface and require a good UX application to perform operations over the Blockchain. We will also define future prospects and opportunities for Blockchain solutions.
In this section, we are going to discuss the technology stack and the ecosystem for Blockchain. These will help you to run your projects efficiently and profitably.
In this lecture, we are going to learn about the Blockchain technology stack. We will understand different support systems, protocols, and overlay networks which form the complete technology stack.
Only having an idea or Blockchain solution is not good enough. You need to build a complete ecosystem around your solution which will help your project grow. In this lecture, we are going to learn about different parts of the Blockchain ecosystem and why you need to maintain all these parts?
In this section, we are going to learn briefly about some of the major Blockchain Solutions present in the market.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Bitcoin Blockchain. Bitcoin was the pioneer of the Blockchain world.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Ethereum Blockchain. Ethereum brought us the concept of Smart Contracts.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Neo Blockchain. Neo is based out of China.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Hyperledger Blockchain. Hyperledger is more focused on enterprise implementations of Blockchain.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about EOS Blockchain. EOS is aimed to be the marketplace for decentralized applications.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Corda Blockchain. Corda is also a private Blockchain solution which aims to integrate with finance solutions.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Quorum Blockchain. A quorum was created by JP Morgan and runs over the Ethereum base.
In this lecture, we are going to talk about Multichain Blockchain. Multichain is based over Bitcoin Blockchain and provides features to create your blockchain solution within minutes. Multichain provides various additional functionalities over the Bitcoin.
Till now, we have covered many fundamental concepts related to Blockchain. In the end, we need to use Blockchain to solve problems within Industries.
In this lecture, we will learn why industries need to adopt blockchain? We will also learn about industries already utilizing the blockchain for solving their problems and some future industries where blockchain could provide disruption.
In this lecture, we are going to learn about challenges being faced by the industries in adopting Blockchain as a solution. There is a lot of hype about Blockchain, but industries are still reserved in implementing Blockchain due to some major challenges like energy consumption and public perception. We are going to discuss these challenges and also see the current research carried out to tackle these challenges.
There is a lot of reservations about Implementing Blockchain solutions because of the attacks associated with the same. In this section, we are going to discuss some of the major attacks over Blockchain
Though security is integrated throughout the blockchain technology, even the strongest blockchains come under attack by modern cyber-criminals. In this lecture, we will analyze some of the major attacks that might happen over blockchain solutions. This will help you to mitigate security risks when you are developing your solutions.
60% of the Fortune 500 companies believe that Blockchain is the next big thing. In this section, we are going to see what the future holds for Blockchain and how blockchain is taking over the world?
In this lecture, we are going to see the current impact of Blockchain over the world and also see what the future holds for Blockchain?
After understanding different functional concepts of Blockchain, we need to employ those concepts to real-world problems. In this section, we are going to discuss the use cases related to Finance.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Loans and Mortgage system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Cross Border Payments system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Stock Trading system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Digital Identity Management system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
After understanding different functional concepts of Blockchain, we need to employ those concepts to real-world problems. In this section, we are going to discuss the use cases related to Healthcare.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional handling of Health Records. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Drug Traceability system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Clinical Trials system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Healthcare Billing system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this section, we are going to discuss blockchain use cases related to Media Entertainment. This sector is on the verge of disruption, and Blockchain can act as a catalyst for the same.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to digital content piracy. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the unavailability of funds with the independent content creators. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Digital Advertisement system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Royalty Payments system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this section, we are going to discuss bonus use cases related to Real Estate. There are already some companies working over the Traditional Real Estate Model. Still, there are a lot of opportunities.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Rental system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional Land or Title records system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the regulations under real estate sectors. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss the problem related to the traditional liquidity system. We will also see the solution for the same using Blockchain technology.
Coming to the end of the course, we will discuss some of the research and potential future applications for Blockchain.
In this lecture, we will discuss the current research being carried over the Blockchain. We will also discuss about DAGs and Hashgraphs.
In this lecture, we are going to discuss on the future integrations and applications for the Blockchain. These applications will change the way on how people interact with data. We will also discuss the impact of Blockchain in various countries.
In this section, we are going to conclude the course and give students some inputs on different Blockchain Paths and learning experience.
Finally, we will summarize the course and give you more details on what you can learn going forward. Feel free to contact us more material on Blockchain.

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We2Blocks is a Blockchain consultation and development company which aims to provide the skills that an individual requires to succeed in the Blockchain industry.

At We2Blocks, we develop, maintain and evaluate blockchain related products and web services for our partners worldwide and provide long-term assistance on related technological as well as operational matters.

Our online learning platform aims to empower professionals globally by providing them top notch university level education on Blockchain.

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