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Recruitment Cryptocurrency and Disruption [The London School of Economics and Political Science]

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Type of purchase: Collaborative
Price: 3000 USD
Participants: 0 of 100
Organizer: Missing
Status: A set of participants
Payment: 31.2 USD
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Duration: 6 weeks (excluding orientation)
The rapid growth and volatility of the cryptoasset and digital currency markets has captured the attention of individual investors, media, governments, regulators, financial services institutions and businesses across the world. In this dynamic landscape, it can be difficult for individuals and businesses to make sense of the different cryptocurrencies and their uses.
This LSE course will provide you with the knowledge and frameworks to understand cryptocurrencies. You’ll learn about the functional value of exchanges and wallets, and the mechanics of an ICO (Initial Coin Offering). You’ll also be equipped with an understanding of the underlying theory and digital infrastructure behind cryptoassets and cryptocurrencies.
In this online cryptocurrency course, you’ll learn from industry pioneers and global thought leaders, in addition to the renowned LSE academics who developed the course, whilst building your global business network and earning a certificate from LSE.
During this course, you’ll deepen your understanding of how blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies operate, and their implications for business, the economy, and society. You will not be given cryptocurrency investing advice, or investment or financial advice of any nature.

Is this course for you?

This online certificate course is ideal for anyone interested in financial markets and technologies. For those in the finance industry, the course will give insight into a key technology in today’s modern markets, while business leaders will benefit from an understanding of the opportunities and challenges that cryptocurrencies represent. The course offers an important framework for those interested in responding to the disruptive nature of cryptocurrencies on financial markets.