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September 01, 2018, 08:41:55 AM
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Currently in my country only teaching blockchain, there is no teaching of any cryptocurrency, I think this may have a relationship with the policy!

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September 01, 2018, 09:25:24 AM
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Thank you for sharing useful information. I predict you come from Viet Nam. Me too. I join in this market almost 1 year but the basic concepts of blockchain often make difficult for me. Can you recommend some document or some group can provide basic knowledge about blockchain in Vietnamese ?
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September 03, 2018, 03:02:24 AM
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You are welcome!
Thank you for sharing useful information. I predict you come from Viet Nam. Me too.
I am from Vietnam, too. Glad to see you here.
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I predict you come from Viet Nam. Me too.
I don't know but there are many events, conference on blockchain which was held recent months, presented by Vietnamese guys and international guys.
You can join those ones, which are helpful for your interest.
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I join in this market almost 1 year but the basic concepts of blockchain often make difficult for me. Can you recommend some document or some group can provide basic knowledge about blockchain in Vietnamese ?


Really?
Where are you from? China? I guess so by looking at your username.
Currently in my country only teaching blockchain, there is no teaching of any cryptocurrency, I think this may have a relationship with the policy!
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September 03, 2018, 07:36:44 AM
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THE TOPIC HAS BEEN UNDER CONSTRUCTIONS.

Today, I would prefer to give you all crypto enthusiasts, especially newcomers, a bunches of courses (traditional and online ones) on Bitcoin and Blockchain technology.

In  my topic, I will split those courses into two types, one category for traditional courses, and another one category for online courses.
Now, let's kick off the topic with Traditional Courses.

A) Traditional Courses.
1. CS 5433 - Blockchains, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts
Cornell University.

2. Blockchain Executive Programme
University College London (UCL)

3. A blockchain center of The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)



I will update this section with more courses later

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B) Online Courses:
1. Cryptocurrency Investment and Disruption
The London School of Economics and Political Science

2. Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies
Princeton University
Taught by:  Arvind Narayanan, Associate Professor, Computer Science

3. Blockchain Basics
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Taught by: Bina Ramamurthy, Teaching Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department

4. Blockchain Platforms
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Taught by:  Bina Ramamurthy, Teaching Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department

5. Decentralized Applications (Dapps)
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Taught by:  Bina Ramamurthy, Teaching Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department

6. Smart Contracts
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Taught by:  Bina Ramamurthy, Teaching Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department

7. IBM Blockchain Foundation for Developers
IBM
Taught by:
a) Ant Cole, WW Blockchain Enablement, IBM Blockchain
b) Dave Gorman, Global Blockchain Labs Engagement, IBM Industry Platform

8. Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies
University of California, Berkeley
Taught by:
a) Rustie Lin, Blockchain at Berkeley edX Lead, Instructor
b) Mengyi (Gloria) Wang, Blockchain at Berkeley edX Instructor

9. Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications
The Linux Foundation
Taught by:
a) Ernesto Lee, CTO, Blockchain Training Alliance
b) Kris Bennett, Senior Instructor, Blockchain Training Alliance
c) Rosa Santos, Director of Education, Blockchain Training Alliance

10. Blockchain and FinTech: Basics, Applications, and Limitations
University of Hong Kong
Taught by: Siu Ming Yiu, Associate Professor

11. Blockchain Technology
University of California, Berkeley
Taught by:
a) Rustie Lin, Blockchain at Berkeley edX Lead, Instructor, University of California, Berkeley
b) Nadir Akhtar, Blockchain at Berkeley edX Instructor, University of California, Berkeley

12. Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme
University of Oxford
6 modules included, 6 week-period.
  • Module 1: Understanding blockchain
    Module 2: The blockchain ecosystem
    Module 3: Innovations in value transfer
    Module 4: Decentralised apps and smart contracts
    Module 5: Transforming enterprise business models
    Module 6: Blockchain frontiers

13. Bitcoin: What is it?
Khan Academy.


Other interesting courses:
Australian Primary School Students Explore Bitcoin
Wooranna Park Primary School in Victoria, Australia.

Helpful, informative articles:
In this section, I give links to interesting articles, which I found by chance.
Simply read and enjoy them if you don't know about those terms presented in given articles!

1) Decentralization: What Is It, Why Does It Matter, Can It Be Proven?


Acknowledgements:

I got some of these courses from these users, so I would like to give them deeply thanks.
1) @iasenko.



Notes:
I have plan to keep the topic be updated and I highly appreciate all your help with links to other courses which I have not shown in my topic.


Excellent List!

As for Blockchain Technology, I think you should also take a look on the following 2:

(1) 101Blockchains where you can find the detailed guides such as-  Blockchain Digital Transformation
(2) Blockchainsfactory - Great online training courses such as  Blockchain For Developers



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October 08, 2018, 03:07:17 PM
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Thank you.
I added this one into the OP.
Blockchainsfactory.com

Next time, to save more space, you should snip un-necessary contents of threads you quoted. It should better quoted like mine below, if you don't want to point out any specific points in my original thread.
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Bumping the topic a bit after long silent period!

Today, I would like to give you link to the helpful topic, especially newcomers in the crypto world.
The topic, namely Terminology, itself presents its main objectives are to give full meanings of abbreviations, words, names and phrases on bitcointalk.
I have also added the topic into the OP.

Let's get started, everyone!
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November 13, 2018, 02:53:45 AM
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Updated courses on Blockchain from Dash Scholar Programs, for today [the OP updated, too].
Enjoy it, everyone.

1. https://www.dash.org/2018/01/18/asu.html
2. https://scholarships.asu.edu/scholarship/100296
3. https://www.dashforcenews.com/new-asu-blockchain-lab-research-shows-dash-can-easily-scale-near-paypal-levels/
4. https://www.dashforcenews.com/dash-labs-making-significant-progress-on-enhancing-robustness-of-dash-network/

The new $350,000 Dash-ASU agreement announced today includes:

The Dash Scholars Program, which provides $100,000 in scholarships for undergraduate and graduate research fellowships;
Research lab and Industry open source projects, providing an additional $100,000 in funding for ASU’s Blockchain Research Lab (BRL) and $50,000 in new funding for the Luminosity Lab, and
Blockchain course development, with $100,000 for creating an online graduate course expected to be offered at ASU this fall.
The partnership comes after Dash contributed $50,000 USD in Blockchain Research Laboratory startup funding in August 2017. In November, Dash and ASU announced the creation of the BRL at ASU, the first in academia.


By the way, I would like to suggest someone who have intention to leave a comment here, you all should try avoiding pyramid quotes.
Only quote specific points on which you want to imply/ discuss with; and delete all un-necessary stuffs inside original posts.
Doing this will help others easier to follow flows of ideas and avoid potential fingers' hurt due to over-srolling computer mouse.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4686783.msg45119651#msg45119651
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November 13, 2018, 08:52:16 PM
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You're really putting work into this coupled with time and efforts
This courses definitely will help to educate users more on cryptocurrency

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November 16, 2018, 07:29:56 PM
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This is a great step in the right direction. Cryptocurrency is quite spread fast and the education about it is necessary. And the above courses are great and targeted at important aspect of cryptocurrency and which would develop the hole idea in future

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Today at 08:54:29 AM
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PayPal is also moving in this direction, apparently, they are already starting to use Blockchain.

https://coincodex.tv/videos/492/paypal-could-be-using-blockchain-technology-in-the-future
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Today at 09:29:50 AM
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Woow. Thanks! Really useful info.
I'm actually looking for some good online courses right now. Recently encountered some new ones. Wanted your advice. But can't post a link here, sorry. 

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Today at 09:38:22 AM
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a selection of training materials on blockchain and crypto technologies in the world as a whole is very helpful in self - education in this matter. Blockchain technology is the technology of our near future. and the sooner we begin to develop and study this direction EN masse, the faster the progress will go
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Today at 10:03:49 AM
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I figured out what's wrong. My link was broken.
Here
https://crypto-teacher.io

If anyone tried this courses - plz message me! I'm really interested and I think I'm going to go with this. But any advice is welcome. Maybe you have other ideas on what courses I should choose for a start.
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