Coding & Tech
How Does Bitcoin Work?
Explore what exactly is Bitcoin (the most popular cryptocurrency), how do you use it and how does it work?
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CryptoCurrency is arising as a valid currency in our world, but what really is it? How do you join the cryptocurrency craze and get your own bitcoin? This class explores those questions and more. We start out with a basic understanding of what a cryptocurrency is in an understandable non-technical way. Then we move into explanation of how you can get your own bitcoin and use them as currency. Topics covered are: History of bitcoin and the birth of cryptocurrency What is blockchain, at the...
I have been involved in both blockchain and Bitcoin for several years, in fact I held a patent pending on some core blockchain improvements. As a technology executive and engineer, I have followed the progress of the crypto currency industry closely, while operating my own"mining farm". This gives me a unique overall view of the concepts that make Bitcoin work. Leveraging my software / hardware background with decades of presentation and group teaching skills allows me to bring this understanding to the next generation in a easy to understand manner.
You will be provided with links to software, online wallets, and services that work with BitCoin, so that you can start using this currency right away.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Build the foundation - understanding the practical side of life
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3113 total reviews
2083 completed classes
Learning facts and skills is definitely important, but an often missed but critical piece of education is understanding the foundation. Without a proper understanding of the underlying principles of "how something works," the collection of facts...