Public and Private Blockchains for Business. Ethereum vs. Hyperledger Fabric

Public and Private Blockchains for Business. Ethereum vs. Hyperledger Fabric

Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric provide attractive and popular solutions for business. Join this intensive one-day course to get familiar with the essentials of public and private blockchains, compare use cases built on Ethereum and Hyperledger frameworks, and learn how to deploy a private blockchain network.

Who should attend

  • Exploring ways to overcome limitations of centralized systems
  • Looking for real functioning use cases of blockchain implemented for insurance, commodities trading, and financial instruments
  • Discovering innovative approaches of processes automation using smart contractsi
  • Willing to learn action items and stages to launch a corporate blockchain initiative

Course deliverables

  • Key components of public and private blockchains: similarities and differences
  • Functions of the network participants and components, as well as their interaction
  • Smart contract: how it works on Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric
  • Information flow (transaction processing) on Hyperledger Fabric
  • What kind of blockchain is preferable for business needs
  • Multi-host Hyperledger Fabric deployment

Training program

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Introduction
  • Introduction to cryptography and the distributed ledger technology
Section 1. WORKSHOP (lecture)
  • Blockchain and its components: nodes, keys, blocks, hash function, and native currency
  • An overview of the consensus mechanisms
  • Ethereum network essentials
  • Ethereum Virtual Machine and types of smart contracts
  • Disruptive technology use cases: tokenization of assets, peer-to-peer atomic swap
  • ICO (crowdfunding)
WORKSHOP (use-case demo)
  • How it works: a real-life use case demo of the decentralized insurance platform “Etherisc”
Section 2. WORKSHOP (lecture)
  • Private (permissioned) blockchains: Hyperledger frameworks
  • Public vs. private blockchains comparison: Ethereum vs. Hyperledger Fabric
  • The architecture of Hyperledger Fabric
  • Use cases overview: banking, finance, investments, OTC market, trading, syndicated loan, clearing systems, insurance, supply chains, pharmaceuticals, and shared services
WORKSHOP (practice)
  • Test network deployment and transactions processing
WORKSHOP (practice)
  • Hands-on practice with demo networks (PoCs): an OTC trading platform, Supply chain network, Reinsurane network. Participants play the roles of the nodes: create assets, process transactions, and generate reports.

Prerequisites

  • Your laptop with Windows 10 or Mac OS X 10.x
  • Basic understanding of blockchain is nice to have, but not required
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Chicago
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Austin
Dallas
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Los Angeles
New York City
Seattle
Toronto
San Francisco
Washington DC
Silicon Valley
Amsterdam
Frankfurt
Helsinki
London
Madrid
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Rome
Paris
Stockholm
Vienna
Zurich
Dubai
Tel Aviv

Our trainers

Vitaliy Chernov
Blockchain Business Trainer
Oleg Abdrashitov
Altoros Blockchain Practice Lead, Leader of Requirements Working Group at the Hyperledger Project
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