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Mar 25—Jul 12, 2020
8 daysModules info
Frankfurt, Germany
EUR 6950 ≈USD 7750
EUR 868 per day
Sep 23, 2020—Jan 29, 2021
8 daysModules info
Frankfurt, Germany
EUR 6950 ≈USD 7750
EUR 868 per day


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About the course

This programme has been set up in cooperation with the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center which is a think tank and research center which investigates implications of the blockchain technology for companies and their business models.

The course is designed for everybody who wants to acquire IT and business skills in blockchain technology. The course has an IT track and a business track such that it is suitable for both IT experts and business developers who seek to understand blockchain technology and crypto currencies. Among others, we focus on the Ethereum and the Hyperledger platforms.

From an IT perspective, this includes writing smart contracts and decentralised applications (DApps). Further, from a business perspective, we provide an understanding of the variety of possible blockchain use cases and business models.

An increasing amount of blockchain-based applications are being developed making it crucial to have a profound knowledge of the underlying technologies (such as Ethereum or Hyperledger) so that you are able to leverage their benefits for your company’s digital future.


Blockchain fundamentals and ecosystem

Public blockchains and enterprise blockchains

Data protection, system security and integrity


Use cases and projects in finance, banking and insurance

Use cases and applications in logistics, IoT and Industrie 4.0

ICOs and token economy

Legal issues of regulation, tokens and smart contracts


Ethereum advanced: smart contracts, distributed apps, and oracles

Further technology frameworks & interoperability

Cryptography, mining, consensus and crypto economics

Who should attend

Innovation Managers, Chief Information/Digital Officers, Computer Scientists, Developers, Management/Business Administration Experts and individuals who like to learn more about the blockchain technology.

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