Blockchain Technology For Professionals:
May 15 and 16
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
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Blockchain Technology (also known as distributed ledger) is a game changer. Until now, there has not been a technology to deploy a viable, shared, smart distributed ledger that is safe and that we can all share. The ledger records a listing of physical and/or virtual holdings as Digital Assets. These Digital Assets can be tied to a fiat currency, digital currency, gold, diamonds, securities, IP, house, car, license, good, service, thing, or some other instrument of exchange or value. Smart contracts, available on the Ethereum blockchain fabric, enable corporations to connect events and data, and to take automatic action. They manage automatic workflow execution and make operations more efficient. Blockchain transactions create a tamper-proof log record and they decrease incidents of fraud. All blockchain transactions provide the source or origin of a transaction which may be as simple as who sent a message. Blockchain allows us to augment existing data technologies with immutability and provenance. Blockchain technologies are strategic. Firms across all industries are using them to set off another wave of reengineering effort, decrease risk, increase efficiency as it automates long-lived transactions and remove human error, increase visibility and transparency, reduce the possibility of fraud, and to provide a chain of custody around assets in their supply chain.
Why Learn Blockchain?
In a modern cyber security infrastructure it is critical that transactions be as secure as possible. Because of the insular nature of the data and the numerous fail-safes built into these systems, blockchain is increasingly becoming a critical component of online transactions. Any company that deals in the transaction of currency online should be familiar with the technology.
The Exchange Class
The participants will learn how blockchain technology is disrupting existing business models and will gain insights in paradigmatic changes occurring from economic, organizational, and computer science viewpoints. As a result, the participants will be able to develop their own, new value creating information systems, which are designed as decentralized autonomous systems. As learning outcomes, the participants will receive computer science, information systems, and business knowledge background in order to analyze existing business processes and their potential to convert them into Blockchain-based solutions. In doing so, they will be able to co-create new blockchain-based cryptographic economic systems.
Registration Costs: $500.00
Email Cbehles@memphis.edu to reserve your spot.
Includes all materials, parking, breaks, and lunch.