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Designing Blockchain Solutions

Short Course
This is a short course focused on skill based training rather than a nationally accredited certificate or diploma.

Strengthen your technical understanding of blockchain and evaluate the different platforms to create your own blockchain solution architecture, without even needing to code. Designing Blockchain Solutions builds on our Developing Blockchain Strategy co...

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Job Outcomes Blockchain Application Devel... +2
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Developing Blockchain Strategy

Short Course
This is a short course focused on skill based training rather than a nationally accredited certificate or diploma.

You’ve probably heard of blockchain. It’s the technology that powers a US$180billion cryptocurrency industry. But the truth is, bitcoin is only a small part of blockchain’s potential. We’re here to show you the big picture. RMIT is the first Australian...

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Job Outcomes Blockchain Application Devel... +1
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Certified Blockchain Professional (C|BP)

Short Course
This is a short course focused on skill based training rather than a nationally accredited certificate or diploma.

Ready to get to grips with a thorough overview of Blockchain technology and its implementation to the real world? Then the Certified Blockchain Professional course is perfect for you. The CBP provides a 100% hands-on, thorough overview of blockchain te...

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Location Anywhere
Job Outcomes Blockchain Application Devel... +1
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What is blockchain?

To put it simply, blockchain proves that you own a particular piece of digital information. For example, if you decide to get a certain amount of digital currency such as Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, etc, blockchain proves that you own that amount of cryptocurrency. Each ‘block’ on blockchain stores and timestamps record-keeping digital information which possesses a unique code, or a private key, that distinguishes each piece of data. It cuts through the supply chain by storing digital information on a network of computers, with no central authority.

Why is blockchain technology important to learn about?

As there is no central authority, it is inherently tied to digital freedom: you can manage your transactions and records without a third party. While it’s still in the infancy stage, it’s gaining a lot of traction, since it provides you with privacy. Considering privacy is becoming more and more compromised, this is certainly something to look into. It is seen as a great improvement in business models and financial services, since it’s more time-efficient, secure, and transparent. It’s rapidly being adopted across several different industries because of it, which means it definitely has prospects for growth later on in the future.

Blockchain jobs

If you’re after a career in technology, specialising in blockchain applications can very well work in your favour, since it’s a rapidly growing job market. People who work with blockchain projects range from software developers and engineers to lawyers and marketers. However, the Blockchain developer is probably the most specified position when it comes to this type of technology. Startups, tech firms and government are all looking for people who know the ins and outs of the blockchain platform, with many of these positions reaching a salary of $100,000 per annum.

Even if you’re aren’t specifically looking for a job with blockchain, it’s useful knowledge to have in the industry and certainly counts as upskilling.

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