In this course, you will learn :
- The fundamental properties and intent of centralized/decentralized currency, as well as a comprehensive understanding of Bitcoin from the ground up, including Identity, Transactions, Record Keeping, and Consensus.
- The origins of Bitcoin in the Cypherpunk movement and Libertarian ideals, as well as the revolutionary significance of Bitcoin in comparison to some of its forefathers.
- The Bitcoin network, cryptography and cryptographic hash functions, Bitcoin Script, privacy, and hash commitment schemes are all examples of Bitcoin mechanics.
- Real-world Bitcoin aspects such as wallets, wallet mechanics, mining, transactions, and Bitcoin governance, as well as the various ways to interact with the Bitcoin network.
- How to Destroy Bitcoin Using Different Network Attacks
- The properties of Ethereum, the second largest blockchain platform, including the Ethereum Virtual Machine and the concept of Turing completeness, the key protocol differences between Bitcoin and Ethereum, and Ethereum use cases
- Bitcoin Protocol & Consensus: A High Level Overview
- Blockchain History: From the Cypherpunk Movement to JP Morgan Chase
- Bitcoin Mechanics & Optimizations: A Technical Overview
- Bitcoin In Real Life: Wallets, Mining, and More
- Game Theory & Network Attacks: How to Destroy Bitcoin
- Ethereum & Smart Contracts: Enabling a Decentralized Future