Gain a fundamental understanding of Blockchain Technology and Ditigal Assets
Invented in 2008, Blockchain is the technology the underpins digital currency and came into the public sphere with the launch of Bitcoin.
Blockchain is now changing the landscape of industries including finance and real estate, yet most people do not understand what it is, how it works or why they should care.
Delivered by Ashley Moore and Mike Milner of K.Y.T Consulting, this series of 3 core modules is aimed at legal practitioners with little or no prior knowledge of Blockchain technology, and is designed to provide viewers with an understanding of this developing area so that they may acquire new clients whose matters involve digital assets.
Structured in the form of a slide presentation which viewers can move through at their own pace, each core module incorporates bite-size webinars of Ashley and Mike which recap and contextualise important information.
Core 1 - Blockchain Technology Fundamentals
This module will examine the origin of Blockchain, explaining what it is and then exploring its various use-cases, with specific examples from some of the world’s largest companies
• The Origins of Blockchain
• What is a Blockchain?
• Decentralised Apps (DAPPS)
• Use Cases
Core 2 - Crypto-Assets
In this module you will be introduced to the various types of digital assets and their respective features, alongside an exploration of smart contracts and their specific use cases.
• Crypto Assets
• Digital Cash
• Utility Tokens
• Tokenised Securities
• Smart Contracts
• Initial Coin Offerings (ICO's)
Core 3 - Buying, Selling & Custody of Digital Assets
This module focuses on how crypto-assets are acquired, liquidated and stored. Specifically, we shall review the counter-party options when buying and selling these assets, alongside key considerations, their associated risks and their expected costs.
• Custody Options
• Buying & Selling Digital Assets
• Proof of Funds and Sending Digital Assets
• Market Manipulation
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