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バッファロー大学(University at Buffalo) による Blockchain Basics の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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This first course of the Blockchain specialization provides a broad overview of the essential concepts of blockchain technology – by initially exploring the Bitcoin protocol followed by the Ethereum protocol – to lay the foundation necessary for developing applications and programming. You will be equipped with the knowledge needed to create nodes on your personal Ethereum blockchain, create accounts, unlock accounts, mine, transact, transfer Ethers, and check balances. You will learn about the decentralized peer-to-peer network, an immutable distributed ledger and the trust model that defines a blockchain. This course enables you to explain basic components of a blockchain (transaction, block, block header, and the chain) its operations (verification, validation, and consensus model) underlying algorithms, and essentials of trust (hard fork and soft fork). Content includes the hashing and cryptography foundations indispensable to blockchain programming, which is the focus of two subsequent specialization courses, Smart Contracts and Decentralized Applications (Dapps). You will work on a virtual machine image, specifically created for this course, to build an Ethereum test chain and operate on the chain. This hands-on activity will help you understand the workings of a blockchain, its transactions, blocks and mining. Main concepts are delivered through videos, demos and hands-on exercises....

人気のレビュー

TT

Nov 19, 2018

This is an introductory course to Blockchain. The supplemented material (in other words self-study) is excellent and in my opinion is the only way to master the concepts and details of this discipline

SS

Jul 28, 2018

I find this course helpful to absolute beginner and for one who wants to grasp the basic concepts of Blockchain . The tutor tried to explain most part with simplicity and good and sufficient details.

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Blockchain Basics: 701 - 725 / 1,017 レビュー

by Jihyung H

Feb 21, 2020

Thanks.

by BULHUI K

Jun 20, 2019

awesome

by MD M A

May 17, 2019

AWESOME

by Prasenjit D

Dec 04, 2018

awesome

by Vinsensius S W P

Jun 05, 2020

great!

by Muhammad S

Jan 22, 2019

i like

by Satyam G

Sep 11, 2018

Thanks

by Gautham P K

Aug 21, 2018

Great

by Dande p k

Jul 10, 2020

Nice

by padmaja

Jun 26, 2020

goog

by Priyanka

Jun 22, 2020

good

by YOGESH K S

May 30, 2020

Good

by tanuj y

May 18, 2020

nice

by SANGEETHA A

May 11, 2020

nice

by DR. M E

Apr 30, 2020

good

by Joy S

Apr 28, 2020

nice

by THOMAS J

Mar 30, 2020

Good

by ShubhamTyagi

Mar 16, 2020

good

by Chan C H

Aug 20, 2018

good

by Thien N

Jul 19, 2018

Good

by Anjani N

Dec 31, 2019

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by Randhir N

Jun 04, 2019

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by Parinita P

May 03, 2019

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by Yifei H

Jun 20, 2018

This is a good introduction to the basic concepts of blockchain focusing on BTC and ETH. Quiz sessions are well designed and final project is nicely setup and designed. I got nice return on my time spent in this course.The reason that I gave 4/5 stars instead of 5/5 is because I feel the materials can be a little bit more concrete and technical to convey more useful information. For example, there could be more information about mining, to the extent that student can understand Selfish Mining in bitcoin at a high level. While this course is meant to be basics, but we can add some advanced or extension sessions after each week.

by Rajat G

Jan 23, 2019

Overall the course was very well designed & well paced and the concepts were introduced well. The only gripe I would have is that the final assignment required grappling with setting up VirtualBox and getting the VM started. Not everyone is aware of virtualization so specific primers on how to set this up on Windows etc would be helpful as the current setup pdf / trouble shooting pdfs gloss over some of the common steps or errors.

I faced a couple of issues that got solved only after several tries and restarts and some of this time could have been avoided if only the tips provided were better explained.