- Participant will have a deep understanding of the realities of Cryptocurrency, the intricacies of Blockchain technology, and an effective strategy for incorporating Cryptocurrency into investment plans
- Participants must have very basic knowledge about investing & trading.
- Participants having basic knowledge about Bitcoin is good, but not necessary.
- Participants who has knowledge about buying / selling, trade or invest in cryptocurrencies – though you might be required to be 18+ years and have a bank account.
Cryptocurrency as an asset class
- In this module, Participant will examine Cryptocurrency as an asset class, and delve deeper into whether Cryptocurrency has a place in individual investment portfolios
- Through examining the theory and data perspective of traditional finance, Participant will understand the risks and returns on Bitcoin and its place in a more stable and predictable portfolio
- Participant will also learn about the Capital Asset Pricing Model, and key concepts of Modern Portfolio Theory such as Tangency Portfolio and the Sharpe Ratio
- Through calculating and specifying both Beta and Alpha of Bitcoins, Participant will be able to accurately measure the systematic risk the investor takes in creating a portfolio with Bitcoin. By the end of this module, Participant will be able to estimate and analyze the values of Beta and Alpha in Cryptocurrency, and effectively optimize utility in incorporating Cryptocurrency as an asset for your portfolio
The Blockchain Ecosystem
- In this module, Participant will explore the Blockchain Ecosystem and the numerous use cases for Blockchain in different industries
- Through examination of the key attributes of Blockchain, Participant will discover how Blockchain is built
- Participant will also learn about the difference between Proof of Work and Proof of Stake, and the two interoperability’s of Blockchain. Through analyzing the different types of crypto finance, Participant will explore the different use cases of Blockchain in business, gaming, and investing
- By the end of this module, Participant will have a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of Blockchain, be able to utilize Blockchain in many different contexts, and assess how Blockchain will affect both business and society in the future.
Introduction to Cryptocurrency
- In this module, Participant will define Bitcoin and understand its popularity as a currency.
- Participant will discuss the methodology behind transacting with Bitcoin, and gain a deep understanding of the definition of currency and the critical importance of a shared common belief behind a unit of currency
- Participant will also analyze the growth of centralized intermediaries that facilitate dollar transactions using cash-alternative methodologies and their role in currency
- By the end of this module, Participant will have a more clearly defined understanding of why cryptocurrency and bitcoin is used as a cash-alternative method, and how Bitcoin derives its potential value in the current market
Rules and structure of Bitcoin
- This module was designed to analyze the problems that a decentralized currency must solve in order to be successful, and how Bitcoin meets these challenges using cryptology and blockchain technology
- After identifying the philosophy of identity behind the concept of property rights, Participant will learn how Bitcoin utilizes digital signatures in their transactions to ensure privacy for individuals
- Then, Participant will examine how blockchain technology employs Hash Functions to detect tampering attempts. Finally, Participant will explore the creation and concept of Distributed Consensus Protocol and how Proof of Work incentivizes honest trading and stable currency creation
- By the end of this module, you’ll be able to identify the importance of digital signatures, Blockchain, and Proof of Work in the stability of Bitcoin as a currency