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Certified Blockchain Expert
Certified Blockchain Expert
A Certified Blockchain Expert (CBE) is a professional who has a deep understanding of Blockchain technology and can advise businesses on its advantages and its applications.
The CBE course is 3-day exam-based program which aims to educate the delegate with practical knowledge as well as the theory behind Blockchain technology. As demand for Blockchain professionals grows, this certification will provides a strong competitive advantage in the market-place for anyone looking for career advancement.
- Modules Included
- Certification Benefits
- What you get?
- Career facts
- Success Stories
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Why is Blockchain Essential?
How is Blockchain different from traditional technologies?
Benefits of using Blockchain Technology
The problem of Trusting
- The immutable ledger of transparency
- High Availability
- High Security
- Faster dealings and cost savings
- Verifiability and Availability
What are the different Blockchain technologies?
- Blockchain projects
- Blockchain Users
- Blockchain Exchanges
- Blockchain Miners
- Blockchain Developers
- Blockchain Applications
Bitcoin & Blockchain: What is the relation?
Why is it called a P2P network?
What are the blocks, transactions, private key & addresses?
Sample Transaction How transaction gets executed & distributed?
Consensus How conflicts are being resolved?
When to use a Blockchain & when NOT?
What is Blockchain mining?
Types of mining
- Pool mining
- Solo mining
Who are Miners? What does a Miner do?
Proof of Work v/s Proof of stake v/s Delegated POS v/s Proof of Importance
Security: Why Blockchain is Secure?
Attacks: How Blockchain Can Be Hacked?
How to build your own Blockchain Solution?
Working with Blockchain Architecture
What are Smart Contracts?
- How smart contract works?
Use Cases: Supply-chain
- Vendor Payment
- Inventory Management
- Asset Tracking
- Regulatory Audit & Security
Use Cases: Healthcare Record Keeping
- Health Record Management
- Hospital Supply Tracking & Tracing
- Faster Claim Settlement
- Administrative & Regulatory Audit
- Equipment tracking
- Clinical Trials Record Keeping
Use Cases: Cyber Security
- Tracking and tracing
- Right to be forgotten
- Fraud security
- Data quality
- Protected Network Access
- Protected Communication
Use Cases: Digital Marketing
- Smart Contract
Use Cases: Land Ownership
- Eliminating physical archives
- Increased Residence
- Enhance Security
Use Cases: Finance Industry
- Capital Markets
- Digital Identity
- Cross-border Payments
- Loyalty and reward
You need to acquire 60+ marks to clear the exam.
If you fail, you can retake the exam after one day.
You can take the exam no more than 3 times.
If you fail to acquire 60+ marks even after three attempts, then you need to contact
us to get assistance for clearing the exam
- Prove your Blockchain skills & understanding
- Gain an in-depth understanding of Blockchain & its implementation
- Implement your skills in any Blockchain applications
- Build your own Blockchain enterprise with acquired knowledge
What you get?
- Blockchain Council Certification
- Lifetime access to the course content
- 24*7 Support for all your queries
- Hands-on industry project experience
TOP JOB FUNCTIONS
- Business Development
- Information Technology
What does a Blockchain Expert do?
Works closely with product teams to design and build Blockchain-based applications for enterprises and businesses.
The Growth Curve ahead:
Blockchain Project Managers
Domains Blockchain experts work in:
Supply Chain, eCommerce, Banks, Telecom, FMCG, Manufacturing and other domains.
Post the completion of course, Blockchain Technology can be used according to the concept understood of the Blockchain technology and the same skill and expertise can be used across various platforms on a large scale to solve other business problems.