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Blockchain Course at Taxila Business School

Taxila Business School has started a series of courses to popularize the use of BlockChain in businesses, with special emphasis on their usage in manufacturing & Service ecosystem.
The Course on BlockChain will make Students ‘early adaptors’ so they can be leaders in the domain of Block Chain. The course will be a part of PGDM.

The blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value Don &; Alex Tapscott, authors Blockchain Revolution (2016)

“As revolutionary as it sounds, Blockchain truly is a mechanism to bring everyone to the highest degree of accountability. No more missed transactions, human or machine errors, or even an exchange that was not done with the consent of the parties involved. Above anything else, the most critical area where Blockchain helps is to guarantee the validity of a transaction by recording it not only on a main register but a connected distributed system of registers, all of which are connected through a secure validation mechanism.”

Ian Khan, TEDx Speaker

The blockchain technology is beneficial to every business. It would be of use to those in Retail/E-commerce (customer loyalty), manufacturing (smart contracts), banking (instantaneous seamless transfers) and healthcare (patient screening).

Blockchain Foundation Course  Term 1

This course has been developed to meet the growing need for blockchain-focused Managers and Business Leaders

Everyone is talking about blockchain technology, especially in relation to smart contracts, which have the power to touch almost every area of our lives.

Course Syllabus

  • BlockChain Technology
  • Smart Contract
  • Behaviour-driven development
  • Security audits
  • Business Models
  • BlockChain Design

The participant gets an overview of the entire course including prerequisite software and hardware.

  • Leverage blockchain benefits

This module describes the ways in which blockchain can help you build more secure and efficient business networks.

  • Business With Blockchain
  • Blockchain composed
  • Blockchain Development and Architecture

CryptoCurrency Term 1

  • Intro to cryptography
  • Nakamoto
  • Bitcoin’s protocols & Developer Guide
  • Bitcoin applications & security
  • Bitcoin mining System
  • Bitcoin mining strategy
  • Anonymity, traceability & mixing
  • Altcoins
  • Ethereum
  • Smart contracts on Ethereum
  • Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrency.

Blockchain 2.0  Term 2

Application of Blockchain:

  1. Telecom Industry
  2. Government Contracts
  3. Transportation & Logistics
  4. Construction Industry
  5. Network Marketing
  6. Retail
  7. Education
  8. NGO Sector
  9. New Age corporates
  10. Manufacturing

The course will cover:

  1. Blockchain
  2. Introduction to Blockchain
  3. Bitcoin & Blockchain Data Structure
  4. Creating Blockchain mining
  5. Buying and Selling CrytoCurrency
  6. Emerging Trends in Block Chain
  7. BlockChain and Public Policy

Also Various uses of Blockchain Technology in :

  • Data management
  • E Governence
  • Smart Contract

Block Chain Distributed ledgers creating coding of simple contracts that will execute when specified conditions are met Automatically.

  • The sharing economy

With companies like Uber and OLA flourishing, the sharing economy is already a proven success. By enabling peer-to-peer payments, the blockchain opens the door to direct interaction between parties — a truly decentralized sharing economy results.

  • Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding initiatives like Globalgiving & KITO are doing the advance work for the emerging peer-to-peer economy. The popularity of these sites suggests people want to have a direct say in product development. Blockchains take this interest to the next level, potentially creating crowd-sourced venture capital funds

  • Governance & Democracy

By making the results fully transparent and publicly accessible, distributed database technology could bring full transparency to Government elections or any other kind of poll taking.

  • Supply chain auditing

Consumers increasingly want to know that the ethical claims companies make about their products are real. Distributed ledgers provide an easy way to certify that the backstories of the things we buy are genuine. Transparency comes with blockchain-based timestamping of a date and location — on ethical diamonds, for instance — that corresponds to a product number. Also Source of Product and Authentic product

  • File storage

Decentralizing file storage on the internet brings clear benefits. Distributing data throughout the network protects files from getting hacked or lost.

  • Identity management,AML and KYC

Anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) practices have a strong potential for being adapted to the blockchain. Currently, financial institutions must perform a labour intensive multi-step process for each new customer. KYC costs could be reduced through cross-institution client verification, and at the same time increase monitoring and analysis effectiveness.