Blockchain for Financial Services
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Intended Learning Outcomes
Distributed Ledger and Blockchain technologies present many opportunities that could transform the Financial Services industry and has the potential to drastically alter the way we interact and do business.
Distributed Ledgers technology (DLT) along with other emerging technologies will transform existing business models and create the new ones. These changes create a great potential for fintech companies to enter the market by leveraging emerging technologies.
Block-chain technology plays a pivotal role in guiding financial organizations towards the future they envision- one where routine tasks are taken care of, thus allowing finance professionals to focus on business strategies and operations. Block-chain helps corporate establish standards and governance for data sharing and collaboration.
Take this course today and know all about this disruptive technology which is already shaping the future. This comprehensive exam-based certification provides you with profound expertise in using the block-chain technology to revolutionize businesses in the domain of finance. Grab the opportunity to become a sought-after block-chain professional in finance.
This course is for you if:
You are a business executive or a manager wanting to understand block-chain.
You are a professional from the legal or accounting domain.
You are a student aspiring for a successful career in block-chain and finance.
You are a business owner who wants to enhance existing business processes or models.
This course is designed to provide an overview of the technology behind Bitcoin, Blockchain, and explore established financial services use cases.
For the past decade, cryptocurrency, specifically Bitcoin, has spotlighted an alternative approach to transfer value near real-time around the world. This unregulate approach lead to the emergence of regulated approaches that leverage the same technology, also known as DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology).
During the Blockchain/DLT hype phase, many enthusiast and technologist advocated the technology as some form of swiss army knife, that offers unlimited capabilities. Giving the initial false impressions lead to over 100+ Blockchain related patents. Bank of America holds 82 alone. Following Signature Bank’s launch of Signet, in December 2018, JPMorgan Chase & Co launched its own digital coin, called “JPM Coin” in Feb 2019, that enables customers to instantly transfer payments globally over a Blockchain network.
Reenforcing there is significant opportunity for Blockchain related infrastructure within Financial Services. Assessing Blockchain’s viability for your organization, is worth understanding the processes, risks, and rewards to harness the technology.
This course covers a variety of topics. It begins by examining the ways international and local financial institutions are currently evaluating this technology’s impact and market opportunities. It addresses key decisions that informed leaders consider when evaluating the potential of Blockchain related initiatives.
In addition, the course spends some time highlighting success stories, established service providers, market trends, and a path for leaders to learn more. Lastly, leaders will receive a limited edition of Prof. Winston’s latest book, I Dont Trust You, But Blockchain and Bitcoin Will Help.