This training provides a balanced, technical view of blockchain technologies. It considers both public cryptocurrencies and company-focused distributed ledgers.
The umbrella term »blockchain« describes an array of emerging technologies for the architecture of distributed systems. One feature of all of them is that there is little trust between the parties involved, although consensus over the saved data and executed procedures has been able to be established. Blockchain technologies were originally used for cryptocurrencies. Since then however many other applications of use have emerged in which manipulation-proof decentralized data storage is necessary. You can find more information on this on our topic page »The Blockchain«.
The blockchain syllabus provides a deep understanding of the underlying technology in order to then apply this to a wide range of problem areas. Participants will be in a position to make informed decisions if, and which, blockchain technology is appropriate. Dr. Lars Hupel (INNOQ) helped develop the blockchain syllabus for iSAQB and also conducts some of the workshops.