Ethereum: Beyond BitCoin

Crypto 'currencies' will create a fifth protocol layer powering the next generation of the Internet, law, and applications. This course covers Bitcoin (the first-generation crypto-coin), Ethereum, algorithms, blockchain applications, market dynamics, and how to get involved in the growing community.

Ethereum's platform extends the use of distributed consensus and cryptographic proof to trustless agreements, which makes it possible for any developer to write and distribute next-generation decentralized applications on a censorship-free and collusion-resistant foundation, including: voting systems, domain registries, financial exchanges, crowdfunding platforms, governance, reputation systems, self-enforcing legal agreements, intellectual property, and autonomous organizations.

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