Course Overview

Learn Blockchain technology in depth and how it is changing the world around us. In this 2-day hands-on workshop, you will learn about Blockchain and the problems it solves. You will explore smart contract development and how it simplifies processes, brings transparency and addresses the problem of trust that exists today. You will understand Blockchain use cases for multiple industry verticals through use case analysis, demos and interaction with smart contracts.

You will learn to use a decision-making process for choosing a Blockchain platform for specific enterprise use cases, and understand the advantages and trade-offs of using Blockchain compared to traditional technology.

Finally, you will learn (at a high level), how to run a design sprint to implement a Blockchain based solution in your organisation.


This course is designed for CXO’s, VPs, Senior Management, Middle Management, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Technical Architects and others who are interested in understanding Blockchain technology, its impact in the enterprise, learn to analyse if a use case requires Blockchain, and learn the process of implementing a Blockchain based solution.

Teaching Methodology

The workshop is conducted using presentations, discussions, videos, demos and hands-on labs. It is highly recommended that each participant carry a laptop with Wifi dongle (or phone hotspot) to make the best use of the workshop.


2 Days

Participants Equipment and Software

  • Laptop with Windows 7, 8, 10 OR MacOS
  • Internet Connectivity
  • Chrome Browser

Course Objectives

Business Outcomes

BO1 Identify use cases where a Blockchain can be used
BO2 Select the right consensus mechanism for different types of Blockchain implementations and platforms
BO3 Identify business processes that benefit from smart contracts
BO4 Use a decision making framework to filter use cases that are a good fit for Blockchain technology
BO5 Identify the right Blockchain platform to use for a specific use case

Learning Objectives

Learning objectives (LOs) are brief statements that describe what you are expected to know after each chapter. The LOs are defined as:

  • K1: Remember
  • K2: Understand
  • K3: Apply

LO1 Explain what a Blockchain is and how it works under the hoods. (K1)
LO2 Understand the different types of Blockchain platforms and which ones to use for specific use cases. (K2)
LO3 Select the right consensus mechanism for different types of Blockchain implementations and platforms (K3)
LO4 Understand how Blockchain wallets work (K2)
LO5 Use Blockchain wallets to interact with a Blockchain network (K3)
LO6 Explain what is a smart contract (K1)
LO7 Explain the reasons to use a smart contract (K1)
LO8 Understand the use cases where smart contracts are used in the enterprise (K2)
LO9 Deploy and work with smart contracts (K3)
LO10 Understand how smart contracts integrate with end user facing web applications (K2)
LO11 Understand how smart contracts enable the creation of smart assets
LO12 Demonstrate the use of a smart contract enabled smart asset (K3)
LO13 Understand the present business problems in various industry verticals that can be solved with Blockchain (K1)
LO14 Understand the advantages and trade-offs in using Blockchain to solve problems (K1)
LO15 Demonstrate the use of Blockchain for specific use cases (K3)
LO16 Understand how Blockchain compares with a traditional database (K1)
LO17 Understand and explain the advantages of Blockchain (K1)
LO18 Understand the trade-offs when using a Blockchain (K1)
LO19 Explain the differences between popular Blockchain platforms (K2)
LO20 Understand the techniques involved in testing Blockchain applications (K1)
LO21 Understand the role of Blockchain when used with other technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) (K1)
LO22 Explain the economic and incentive models used by popular Blockchain platforms (K2)
LO23 Understand the current state of regulations for Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies (K1)
LO24 Understand the future of Blockchain technology (K1)
LO25 Apply a decision making framework to evaluate whether Blockchain is a good fit for a specific use case (K3)
LO26 Understand how Blockchain can be integrated with existing enterprise applications (K1)
LO27 Explain the various skills required by business analysts, technical architects and developers to work on Blockchain applications (K1)
LO28 Understand how to use the design sprint technique to quickly build a Blockchain Proof of Concept (PoC) (K1)
LO29 Understand the different components that make up a design sprint (K1)
LO30 Understand the different stages in a design sprint (K1)
LO31 Understand the outcome of a design sprint (K1)



  • What is a distributed ledger
  • What problem are we trying to solve with a Blockchain
  • Blockchain Demo (the best visual guide to understand how a Blockchain works)
  • Consensus Models
  • Types of Consensus Models
  • Why do we need different consensus models
  • Types of Blockchain Platforms


  • Understanding Wallets
  • Hands On Demo: Creating a wallet
  • Hands On Demo: Transacting with your wallet


  • What are smart contracts
  • Why do we need smart contracts
  • Smart contract use cases in the enterprise
  • How do smart contracts work, exactly?
  • Demo: Designing and implementing a simple smart contract
  • Demo: Interacting with a smart contract
  • Demo: Implementing a user interface to interact with smart contracts


  • What are smart assets
  • How do smart assets work
  • Demo: Creating a smart asset
  • Demo: Using a smart asset


For each use case below, we will explore the problem statement, possible solutions, why Blockchain is used, and what is the expected outcome & trade-off of implementing Blockchain. For some of the use cases, we will have hands-on exercises where you can interact with proof of concept solutions.

  • Use Case: Blockchain for Digital Identity
  • Use Case: Blockchain in Banking
  • Use Case: Blockchain for Supply Chain
  • Use Case: Blockchain for Escrow Services
  • Use Case: Blockchain for Governments - Voting
  • Use Case: Blockchain for Governments - Land Records
  • Use Case: Blockchain in Legal Services
  • Use Case: Blockchain in Insurance
  • Use Case: Secure Transactions with Multi-Signature Approvals
  • Use Case: Blockchain for Provenance
  • Use Case: Blockchain in E-Commerce
  • Use Case: Blockchain for Authenticity Verification


  • Blockchain vs Traditional Storage (RDBMS, NoSQL etc)
  • Advantages of Blockchain
  • Disadvantages of Blockchain
  • Comparison of Different Blockchain Platforms for Enterprise Use Cases
  • Blockchain and AI
  • Blockchain and IoT
  • Testing Blockchain Applications
  • Economic and incentive models in popular Blockchain platforms
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Regulations
  • Future of Blockchain - where is it headed?


  • Decision Making Framework: When Do You Need a Blockchain?
  • Integrating Blockchain With Enterprise Applications
  • Business Analyst skills to evaluate Blockchain for a project
  • Technical Architect skills to design Blockchain applications
  • Developer Skills to build Blockchain applications


  • Overview: Using design sprint to build a Blockchain proof of concept (PoC)
  • Components of the design sprint
  • Stages of the design sprint
  • Outcome of the design sprint




All participants in this course receive a participation certificate without requiring to attend an exam. However, to receive a course certificate, participants are required to attend a proctored exam at the end of the course.


Participation certificates and badges are issued to all the participants immediately after the course.

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