The four courses of the Blockchain series focus on blockchain basics, smart contracts, decentralized applications, and blockchain platforms.
Blockchain technology is expected to revolutionize the world and is advancing at an unprecedented pace. This series’ four courses introduce foundational concepts of the blockchain, which enables peer-to-peer transfer of digital assets without any intermediaries. They are ideal for the beginning developer who is comfortable programming in a high-level language and desires to advance his/her career in the blockchain field, as well as those curious about the Internet-like technology and its vast possibilities. The courses prepare learners to program on the Ethereum blockchain, design and implement smart contracts, and develop decentralized applications.
The Blockchain series is a collaboration of the UB Computer Science and Engineering Department, UB Center for Industrial Effectiveness and industry partners.
To register, go directly to Coursera. First, sign up for a free Coursera account. Then simply enroll. It’s never too late to join!
There is no charge to “audit” a course, which includes videos, readings, community discussion forums and the ability to view assignments. The fee to gain complete access – which includes submitting all assignments for feedback or a grade, and the opportunity to earn a verified certificate in blockchain – is $49 per month.