177 Awesome Talks on Blockchain
November 2, 2020
A (public) Blockchain is a shared, trusted, public ledger of transactions, that everyone can inspect but which no single user controls. It is a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of transaction data records, cryptographically secured from tampering and revision. (Ref: [blockchainhub.net]).The ledger is built using a linked list, or chain of blocks, where each block contains a certain number of transactions that were validated by the network in a given timespan.
Blockchain - FinTech, Cryptocurrency and Some Perspectives
October 15, 2018
Overview material for onboarding to the blockchain world (short version, presented at Indonesia Network Operator Group IDNOG 2018 conference). Outline: FinTech - Introduction, Cryptocurrency - Overview, Selected Topics/Terms, Getting Started.