There has never been a better time to learn about blockchain and crypto currencies. Right now Bitcoin – the highest profile crypto currency – is one of the most valuable assets in the world with a market value of $1tn. Yes, trillion. Business magnate Elon Musk’s company Tesla bought $1.5bn worth of it in January 2021. There are other crypto currencies adding significantly to their value.
Find out more with us. Scotcoin Project and their partners, Scotesq.com bring you ‘Blockchain And What It Means To You’, a half-day CPD accredited (Continuing Personal Development) course which provides attendees with an introduction to the technology of the Blockchain and cryptocurrency generally.
Learn how these disruptive technologies are forcing governments, banks, financial bodies, City institutions and investors alike to reassess where they stand, and how they can benefit from the technology.
As a result, more and more companies are finding they require knowledge of this new technology and resulting applications in order to keep up in this fast-paced environment. The uses of the Blockchain go far beyond Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies into every aspect of our lives. Here’s how to find out precisely how this works.
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Who Should Attend?
The course is available to everyone who is interested in learning:
- More about the applications of bitcoin and blockchain
- The benefits of bitcoin and blockchain
- How the applications exist and operate in the real-world
- The impact of these applications upon businesses and professions
So far the course has been taken by professionals from the following areas:
- Legal Professionals
- Financial Professionals, IFA’s
- Insurance Professionals
- Brokers, Financial Market Participants
But in reality, anyone with an interest in how the world is going to evolve and what it will look like in the future should attend and gain an understanding of the issues involved.