Blockchain – The New Business Paradigm

Empowering Educators, Enterprise and Students for a Future in Blockchain

The First Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain

What is Blockchain?

Blockchain technology is revolutionising the world as we know it. It reports information in a way that makes it almost impossible to alter or hack.

It is a distributed digitised ledger in which data is stored and distributed across various nodes or blocks rather than being limited to one server or processor.

Blockchain’s decentralised structure makes it immune to any attacks by hackers who are out to steal anything valuable.

What are NFTs?

An NFT is a non-fungible token. It is a unique and non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a digital ledger using the blockchain. NFTs usually refer to an image or video but can also be audio and come through various utilities.

What is Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency which is an alternate payment method to modern-day cash and card transactions.

What industry does blockchain apply to?

Blockchain is a growing technology that all industries will adopt.  Some industries currently using blockchain are automotive, government, healthcare, media and entertainment.

Is there a demand for blockchain developers?

Yes, there is a big demand for blockchain developers. There is a significant skills shortage in the blockchain industry, and this course aims to up-skill and re-skill students to become highly employable candidates with industry-ready knowledge.

How do I apply blockchain to my business?

Blockchain technology can be implemented in almost any business through various methods. Contact us today to see how we can implement blockchain technology into your business.

How fast does this technology move?

This technology is very fast-moving. To put it in perspective 1 day is equivalent to 7 days.

What courses are currently on offer?

On offer is 3 courses. These are the diploma and advanced diploma in blockchain technology, and there is also a 6-week intensive course. There is something for everyone.

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