Blockchain (DLT & Smart Contracts & Crypto)
Intermediate | Optional Module | Includes Practical
This module is comprised of a number of parts which cover the primer session, focus on blockchain law and then a more practical understanding of how Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) can be applied to different industries and provide a hands-on experience of working with blockchain.
The DLT Canvas has been built akin to the Business Model Canvas to help create a framework for thinking about the application of DLT and where, when and how to deploy it. The hands-on skills component will involve interfacing with public blockchains and coding up your very first smart contract, creating a token and working with some simple dApps
The module goes further with coverage of cryptocurrency, smart contracts and ensuring extensive hands-on exposure across all key components within the blockchain space.
- Understand blockchain technology and its components
- Understand blockchain law and the implications for blockchain operations
- Understand the key cryptocurrencies, components and market cap
- Look at regulation within the local and international landscape
- A look at the role of crypto assets in shaping the future of money
- How can crypto assets impact the role of legal practitioners?
- A look at security and data protection implications
- Walkthrough of the DLT Canvas and how it can be applied
- Exploring public and enterprise blockchains
- Get hands-on and create your first smart contract/s, a token and work with simple voting and supply chain dapps (Decentralized Applications)
- Learn to apply the DLT Canvas
- Navigate your way around public blockchains
- Code your first smart contract, create a token and work with simple voting, and supply chain dapps (Decentralized Applications)
- How to convert a traditional paper-based agreement into a smart legal contract and a hands-on workshop
Watch this quick introduction to the module by our lecture leaders – covering the topics that will be discussed and delivery of key learning points & content. The following overview was delivered at the LTIC Open Day on 19th November 2020.
1 x eLearning Primer Module
4 x Live Webinars
3 x Practicals
Apply now for our February 2021 Cohort.
Applications close End January 2021.