The sudden rise in the value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and its subsequent decline, focused the world’s attention on cryptocurrencies as a means of payment. Blockchain technology powers Bitcoin and has been hyped as the next new, transformative technology.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM BLOCKCHAIN AND CRYPTOCURRENCY EXPLAINED
Important addition to the FinTech Specialization. Nice overview with just the right information to build upon. Well presented. Excellent overall.
The course describes ins and outs of Blockchain & Crypto currency in a easy way. Anyone can understand the core concept of Blockchain. I personally recommend this course.
I very excited about the first and second courses. The lecturer is very smart. The deep knowledge and professional representation catches you and keeps on track through the course.
An amazing course. Explained the working of bitcoin, euthereum and regular banking systems as well. Had a wonderful time doing the course
About the Financial Technology (Fintech) Innovations Specialization
This specialization is intended to familiarize learners with a broad range of financial technologies. While finance has always been at the forefront of technological innovation, the financial industry is changing rapidly in the face of new technology. In the past, at the forefront of innovation in finance were central governments and financial institutions. Today, information technology firms and professionals are leading innovation in the financial industry.
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