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MIT Blockchain & Money: Introduction

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Description

Are you into stocks? Have you done cryptocurrency as well? Digital currencies are continuing to make headlines and with the fast-paced developments in technology and e-commerce, it would be necessary to be in the know of the things that could be your edge in the competition.

By taking this course, you’ll be able to learn about the fundamentals of blockchain and money with a little bit of its history. Cryptography, bitcoin, financial sector (challenges/favors), layers of internet protocols and more. All these to be explained by the reputable Gary Gensler. The Chairperson of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission who also teaches in MIT Sloan.

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See you on the course.

Price

Plan Name Price
3 Months: Free

Teacher

Gary Gensler

After earning an MBA, Gary G. Gensler joined the Wall Streetinvestment bankGoldman Sachs, where he spent 18 years working up the ranks. At the age of 30, Gensler became one of the youngest persons to have made partner at the firm at the time. Prior to his public service career, Gensler's was the Co-head of Finance at Goldman Sachs

Gensler served as the 11th chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission under President Barack Obama then became the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance and after that the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Markets.

Courses by this teacher

Name Level Release Date
MIT-Blockchain & Money 06/24/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money : Blockchain Basics & Cryptography 06/25/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Introduction 06/26/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Money, Ledgers, and Bitcoin 06/29/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Transactions, UTXO, and Script Code 06/29/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Consensus 07/02/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Smart Contracts and DApps 07/03/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Permissioned Systems 07/07/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Public Policy 07/07/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money:Technical Challenges 07/07/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Assessing Use Cases 07/10/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Economics 07/10/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Financial System Challenges and Opportunities 07/14/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 2 07/14/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks & Commercial Banking, Part 1 07/15/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Secondary Markets and Crypto-Exchanges 07/16/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 1 07/20/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Post Trade Clearing, Settlement, and Processing 07/21/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 1 07/22/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Trade Finance & Supply Chain 07/22/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Conclusion 07/27/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks and Commercial Banking, Part 2 08/03/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 2 08/03/2020
MIT Blockchain & Money: Digital ID 08/13/2020
Intro and Key Technological Trends Affecting Financial Services 02/06/2021
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning 02/16/2021
Artificial Intelligence in Finance 02/22/2021
Credit & Lending 02/25/2021
Open API & Marketing Channels 03/01/2021
Blockchain Technology & Cryptocurrencies 03/12/2021
Payments 03/22/2021
Challenger Banks 03/24/2021
Insurance 03/29/2021
Coronavirus Crisis & Finance 04/04/2021
Conclusion 04/11/2021
Trading & Capital Markets 04/21/2021
Finance Beyond Crisis 09/28/2022