Blockchain? Cryptocurrency? Distributed Ledger Technology? No matter your experience with those three terms, this course is perfect for you.
November 7th, 12pm EST
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This course covers: The Eras of Blockchain Progress - Blockchain's Rise - Blockchain vs. Bitcoin: What is the Difference? - Huge Investment - Proof of Stake Vs Proof of Work: Critical diviation - Financial Institutions Enter the Picture - Why LinkedIn rated Blockchain as the #1 skill for 2020 The Makeup of the Blockchain Ecosystem - Which Companies Are on the Rise - What the Term "Building on Layers" Means - Industries Actively Integrating Blockchain
What You Can Do Now - What Resources You Should Look At - Developments to Look Out for and How to React
Q&A - Your Most Pressing Blockchain Questions Answered
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We are living in a time of significant uncertainty. To land on your feet after the COVID-19 crisis requires knowledge, drive, and the ability to be nimble.
Insights from BlockDriven's Experts:
"Blockchain is currently the biggest disruptive technology in the world, as it is capable of transforming any industry it touches. Both well established firms and startups recognize this potential and are acting upon it. For individuals who want to get involved, and don't necessarily have a tech background, joining a blockchain community online is a smart way to get familiar with the technology. Having a support system and online resources, such as lectures/seminars, can help you develop expertise much faster.
Entry to the blockchain space can be difficult, but startups are a great place to begin. Startup companies have been the largest contributors of blockchain development to date. According to AngelList, as of June 2020, over 3,800 crypto startups have been created. "
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4 Reasons to Skill Up:
You Have Time - Blockchain is a skill that will continue to be valuable over time and this is potentially a once-in-a-decade opportunity to slow down, get mindful, and learn new skills. With our normal daily work and home-life balance, most people never have enough down time to learn a new skill or shift their career. Right now is the perfect time to take advantage of the extra hours you have.
Career Growth - Companies on LinkedIn have voted with their wallets that blockchain is the #1 hard skill for 2020. According to a study, blockchain was the top priority for employers hiring in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany and Australia, beating out in-demand fields such as Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, and UX Design. Even if you aren't looking to learn technical skills, having good blockchain knowledge is clearly a smart investment.
Insider Perspective - We give you the ability to see the blockchain industry from the inside. This candid no holds barred conversation with true veterans in the blockchain field will open your eyes to what is happening now and new possibilities for the future. As an essential skill, it is critical to see where the blockchain industry is headed, objectively and not according to hype publications.
Adapt and Grow in Unexpected Times - COVID-19 has affected everyone. The world as we know it is changing, and will likely never be the same. Our expert will dive deep on how Coronavirus will play a role in ways we interact, use new technology, and become more decentralized as a society going forward.
Chief Digital Officer at BlockchainDriven Advisor at Columbia IBM Blockchain Lab to Market Accelerator Managing Director at BlockchainWeekend
Art was one of the early pioneers of the blockchain digital space and has been working full time at BlockchainDriven since 2016. He is a founder of BlockchainNYC, largest blockchain community in NYC. Art is a digital advisor and mentor for Columbia-IBM blockchain accelerator companies. He was the managing director and visionary of BlockchainWeekend, a 50+ blockchain events initiative in collaboration with NYCEDC that took place this November 2019 in NYC. Art has been featured in Business Insider, Forbes, New York Times, Huffington Post, Crain's New York, Bitcoinist and a range of other publications and conferences.
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