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Blockchain 360: A State of the Art for Professionals, EIT Digital

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If you are an information systems manager and want to know a Blockchain state of the art, this course is for you. Business is currently dealing intensively with digitization. Blockchain has a major impact on the design and implementation of digital business processes in many application areas such as Internet of Things, the Smart Grid, supply chain and many more. In this nanoMOOC you will learn the basics of blockchain technology as well as many examples of best practice business applications....

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por AC

Jan 17, 2019

I liked the way Instructor explained. It's an overview type of class on Blockchain and easy enough to understand. will wait for next one. Thank you!

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18 avaliações

por Amir Seyedian

Apr 05, 2019

Nice but can be better

por Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani

Mar 11, 2019


por Xiaomeng Wu

Mar 07, 2019

a good intro course!


Feb 18, 2019

The contents aren't good and the concepts are not presented well enough!

por Venkata Suneel Kota

Feb 15, 2019

The Course provides the 360 degree view of the state of the Blockchain. It doesn't delve deep into the details of each area, rather provides fuller picture.

Its well organized

por Veronica Chiaravalli

Feb 10, 2019

Very good

por Marco Bonvini

Feb 06, 2019

very useful for beginners, a broad understanding of it's about blockchain

por David Roux

Jan 29, 2019

This feels like a "proof of concept" training course on Blockchain. It offers limited insight into the main keys of blockchain systems, limited real world examples and potential pitfalls, problems and issues experienced in the real world. OR am I expecting too much?

por TJ Lightwala

Jan 21, 2019

A good introductory course on Blockchain.

por Wenda Deng

Jan 19, 2019

Very informative session overall that talks about blockchain tech and its evolution in a nutshell. However, would love to have some in-depth case study to help illustrate how some concepts such as proof of work and proof of stake differ and applied in real world so the user/learner could apply the knowledge in their own work and field after finished the course. But still a thumb-up for Coursera to put together such a session!