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    The limitations of the Internet for business and economic activity, and how trust is established in a pre- and post-blockchain world

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    Terms such as miner, hash, nonce, proof-of-work, and public key cryptography, as well as the steps of a blockchain transaction

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    Seven design principles for blockchain technology

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    Ten challenges associated with implementing blockchain technology

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The Second Era of the Internet

The Internet connects billions of people around the world, and is great for communicating and collaborating online. However, because it was built for moving and storing information, and not value, it has done little to change the way we do business. Now, for the first time in human history, two or more parties anywhere in the world can transact and do business peer to peer using the blockchain. In this module we introduce blockchain as “the trust protocol,” and explain how it represents the second era of the Internet. We describe how blockchain technology establishes trust—not through powerful intermediaries, but rather through collaboration, cryptography and clever code.

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13 vidéos (Total 60 min), 8 lectures, 6 quiz
13 vidéos
Peter Zemsky Welcomes you to the Specialization2 min
Course Introduction2 min
Instructor Introduction8 min
Module 1 Overview2 min
The Internet of Information7 min
In Search of the Trust Protocol6 min
What is Blockchain?5 min
Practitioner Perspective: Andreas Wallendahl, Head of Strategic Initiatives at ConsenSys1 min
Practitioner Perspective: Rob Carter, CIO at FedEx40s
Achieving Trust in the Digital Age7 min
How Blockchain Works7 min
Recap of Module 12 min
8 lectures
hypothes.is10 min
The Internet of Information10 min
In Search of the Trust Protocol10 min
What is Blockchain?30 min
Achieving Trust in the Digital Age20 min
How Blockchain Works30 min
Blockchain Demo20 min
Review of Module 120 min
6 exercices pour s'entraîner
The Internet of Information4 min
In Search of the Trust Protocol / What is Blockchain8 min
Achieving Trust in the Digital Age4 min
How Blockchain Works8 min
The Second Era of the Internet15 min
Steps of a Blockchain Transaction15 min
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2
4 heures pour terminer

Blockchain Design Principles

We believe that the next era of the digital economy can be shaped around a set of blockchain design principles, which can be used for creating software, services, reinventing business models, markets, organizations, and even governments. This module frames the blockchain revolution around seven design principles. For each principle we describe a current problem to be solved, identify “blockchain breakthroughs” to these problems, and discuss the implications of these breakthroughs on the digital economy. We hope that these design principles will assist learners in contemplating their roles and their futures in the blockchain revolution.

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12 vidéos (Total 69 min), 8 lectures, 6 quiz
12 vidéos
Intro to Blockchain Design Principles3 min
Principle 1: Networked Integrity8 min
Principle 2: Distributed Power5 min
Practitioner Perspective: Rob Carter, CIO at FedEx1 min
Principle 3: Value as Incentive8 min
Principle 4: Security8 min
Principle 5: Privacy9 min
Principle 6: Rights Preserved8 min
Principle 7: Inclusion7 min
Practitioner Perspective: Julie Maupin, Director of Social Impact & Regulatory Affairs at IOTA Foundation2 min
Recap of Module 22 min
8 lectures
Principle 1: Networked Integrity20 min
Principle 2: Distributed Power10 min
Principle 3: Value as Incentive15 min
Principle 4: Security30 min
Principle 5: Privacy10 min
Principle 6: Rights Preserved30 min
Principle 7: Inclusion20 min
Review of Module 215 min
6 exercices pour s'entraîner
Principle 1: Networked Integrity4 min
Principle 2: Distributed Power4 min
Principle 3: Value as Incentive
Principle 4: Security4 min
Privacy, Rights, and Inclusion6 min
Blockchain Design Principles30 min
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3 heures pour terminer

Public and Private Ledgers

The advent of blockchain technology forces us to reconsider the upside and downside of public revelation of transactions and contracts. The implementation, application, and possible regulation of distributed ledgers involve choices that will critically affect information disclosure and economic interactions. Whether the ledger is public and permissionless, such as the Bitcoin or Ethereum blockchains, or private and permissioned, such as the Ripple or Hyperledger implementations, in principle transactions on a blockchain have a high native level of transparency. In this module, you will learn how privacy can can be protected in both public and private ledgers using both procedural and technological methods.

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13 vidéos (Total 50 min), 4 lectures, 5 quiz
13 vidéos
The Benefits of Shared Knowledge3 min
How Much is Too Much Transparency3 min
Centralized Registries vs. Distributed Ledgers2 min
Public vs. Private Ledgers5 min
Practitioner Perspective: Rolf Hoefer, Keyless Technologies1 min
Practitioner Perspective: Andreas Wallendahl, Head of Strategic Initiatives at ConsenSys1 min
Transparency as a Strategic Risk3 min
Transparency as a Strategic Asset6 min
Usage of Multiple IDs3 min
Zero Knowledge Proofs4 min
Implementation in Public vs. Private Blockchains7 min
Recap of Module 31 min
4 lectures
Intro to Transparency15 min
Public vs. Private Ledgers20 min
Approaches to Privacy in Blockchains10 min
Review of Module 320 min
5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Intro to Transparency4 min
Public vs. Private Ledgers6 min
Transparency as a Risk and Asset4 min
Approaches to Privacy in Blockchains4 min
Public and Private Ledgers30 min
Semaine
4
2 heures pour terminer

The Blockchain Ecosystem

Although blockchain technology emerged from the open source community, it quickly attracted many stakeholders, each with different backgrounds, interests, and motives. In this module, you will explore the roles and perspectives of nine categories of stakeholders within the blockchain ecosystem, including industry pioneers, venture capitalists, developers, governments, regulators, leaders, and end users.

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8 vidéos (Total 33 min), 2 lectures, 4 quiz
8 vidéos
Intro to the Blockchain Ecosystem5 min
Blockchain Stakeholders Part 13 min
Practitioner Perspective: Rob Carter, CIO at FedEx1 min
Blockchain Stakeholders Part 25 min
Blockchain Stakeholders Part 33 min
Practitioner Perspective: Oleg Fomenko, Co-founder of Sweatcoin1 min
Stewarding the Blockchain Revolution7 min
2 lectures
Blockchain Stakeholders15 min
Stewarding the Blockchain Revolution20 min
4 exercices pour s'entraîner
Blockchain Stakeholders Part 16 min
Blockchain Stakeholders Part 26 min
Blockchain Stakeholders Part 36 min
The Blockchain Ecosystem30 min
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par MMApr 8th 2019

Course is very helpful for me in understanding the basics of the Blockchain technology and what are the challenges and future of this technology in various industries.

par POMay 17th 2019

One of the best and most comprehensive MOOC's I've ever taken. Easily understood by technical and non-technical audiences alike. And a lot of follow up reading too!

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À propos de la Spécialisation Blockchain Revolution for the Enterprise

Blockchain is poised to transform every industry and managerial function—redefining the ways we transact online, share ideas, and manage workflows. It’s a new technology that every business professional needs to understand. This four-course Specialization introduces you to the world of blockchain technology—explaining what blockchain is, how it works, and why it’s revolutionary. You will learn about various categories of cryptoassets, and the ways they can be transacted on a blockchain. You will learn how blockchain is disrupting business models and financial services, offering organizations new choices in how they create and manage value. The Specialization is taught by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott, globally-recognized authorities on innovation and technology and authors of the best-selling book Blockchain Revolution. It also includes various industry experts and developers from the Ethereum Foundation, Grid Singularity, Keyless Technologies, and ResonanceX who will share their experiences within the blockchain ecosystem. Additionally, you will gain access to ground-breaking research from the Blockchain Research Institute as well as the Blockchain Case Commons—a crowdsourced collection of blockchain applications and use-cases spanning multiple industries. Upon completion of this Specialization, you will produce a Blockchain Opportunity Analysis, in which you identify and evaluate a promising application of blockchain technology in your own industry....
Blockchain Revolution for the Enterprise

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