Blockchain Concepts and Uses - Presented by Leighton Johnson
Tuesday July 17th, 2018 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM EST
at BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, Tower Auditorium
2501 Faraway Drive
Columbia, SC 29210
Blockchains are immutable digital ledger systems implemented in a distribution fashion (i.e., without a central repository) and usually without a central authority. At its most basic level, they enable a community of users to record transactions in a ledger public to that community such that no transaction can be changed once published. This class provides a high-level technical overview of Blockchain technology. We will discuss its application to electronic currency in depth, but also shows its broader applications. The purpose is to help students understand how Blockchains work, so that they can be appropriately and usefully applied to technology programs. Additionally, this class explores some specific Blockchain applications and some examples of when a Blockchain system should be considered for use besides in the electronic currency domain.
Registration closes July 13th, 2018
Early Bird Pricing ends July 6th!
$35 for Members, $55 for Affiliated Professionals, & $70 for Non-Members
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