A Simple Guide to Blockchain

Blockchain doesn’t need to be complicated. Of course, it can get super technical, but when you’re still getting your feet wet it’s better to learn in simple terms that might not be technically perfect, rather than worrying about using complex jargon that’s 100% accurate. Here’s a quick breakdown to get you started.

Blockchain doesn’t need to be complicated.

Of course, it can get super technical, but when you’re still getting your feet wet it’s better to learn in simple terms that might not be technically perfect, rather than worrying about using complex jargon that’s 100% accurate.

Here’s a quick breakdown to get you started.

History of Blockchain

1
Introduction
1min
2
1991
1min
3
1998
1min
4
2008
1min
5
2009
1min
6
2014
1min
7
2015
2mins
8
Closing Thoughts
2mins
9
In what year did Stuart Haber and W Scott Stornetta start looking at digitally time-stamping documents?
10
Who was Nick Szabo?
11
What year was Ethereum launched?
12
Who created Bitcoin?
13
What year did the first Bitcoin Transaction take place?

A Simple Guide

1
Introduction
1min
2
How Does it Work?
2mins
3
A Brief Introduction to Smart Contracts
2mins
4
Closing Thoughts
1min
5
Fill in the blanks of this explanation of blockchain.
6
Fill in the blanks of this explanation of smart contracts.

Careers in Blockchain

1
Introduction
2mins
2
Blockchain Developer
2mins
3
Blockchain Data Scientist
1min
4
Blockchain Project Manager
2mins
5
Blockchain Information Security Analyst
1min
6
Closing Thoughts
1min
7
What are the different types of blockchain developers? Select all that apply.
8
What do blockchain data scientists spend most of their time doing? Select all that apply.
9
Fill in the blanks of the explanation of what a blockchain project manager does.
10
What are the main responsibilities of a blockchain information security analyst?

Implementation in Real Estate

1
Introduction
1min
2
The Property Search Process
2mins
3
Property Management
1min
4
Investment
1min
5
Closing Thoughts
1min
6
Blockchain makes it possible to create a property database that’s decentralized. What does this mean?
7
Distributed ledgers can be used to improve the property management process. Which examples are correct? Select all that apply.

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