Introduction to BlockChain and Web 3.0

Course structure

3 half-days + 5 hours of asynchronous e-learning.

Day 1:  27 Sep, 9am to 12pm (3 hours) Face-to-Face Classroom Workshop.

Day 2:  28 Sep, 9am to 12pm (3 hours) Online Asynchronous Workshop.

Day 3:  29 Sep, 9am to 12pm (3 hours) Online Asynchronous Workshop.

5 hours of e-learning within a 5-day period for independent reading and project.

 

Course Description

Participants will grasp key concepts on why and how blockchain has evolved, as well as identify the strengths and weaknesses of blockchain’s characteristics in the Web 3.0 ecosystem.  Students will be able to evaluate how governments and organisations use blockchain and smart contracts differently based on specified blockchain capabilities to align with operational purposes.  Additionally, students will understand the relationship between cryptocurrency, digital assets and blockchain in the context of Web 3.0.  Finally, students will understand and identify opportunities where blockchain can be used to improve social, environmental and governance well-being locally, nationally and globally.

 

This is not a coding or programming course on BlockChain.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Grasp key concepts on why and how blockchain has evolved, understand how blockchain is shaping the way we work and live, as well as identify the strengths and weaknesses of blockchain’s characteristics.
  • Identify the types and reasons for various cryptocurrencies to be designed as Proof of Work (PoW), Proof of Stake (PoS) and Consortium/Private blockchain.
  • Evaluate how governments and organisations use blockchain and smart contracts differently based on specified blockchain capabilities to align with operational purposes.

Course Fees

  • S$120 for current students

 

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