About this Course
About this Course
Blockchain Rules Online Executive Education Programme
Cykube in association with UCL CBT and DIFC Academy is offering a course on blockchain designed for executives. This course is primarily aimed at decision-makers and lawmakers who are looking to adopt Blockchain Rules Online Executive Education Programme within their organizations or to understand how to deal with these disruptive technologies.
As discussed previously the course launch has changed to a different date, we now have a date of launch confirmed. The new launch date for the DIFC course is the 3rd of March 2021. The details of the launch date and classes dates are as follows:
This course is for individuals who are in mid to senior directors/leadership roles with over ten years of work experience. This course is also beneficial for individuals who want to upskill and improve their career prospects by demonstrating knowledge of this emerging technology. In addition this course is highly recommended for those who want to switch to the blockchain industry or simply want to keep abreast of emerging technologies.
This can also be for those who wish to switch to the blockchain industry or those who simply want to keep abreast of emerging technologies.
The course will be taught / delivered by University College London, Centre for Blockchain technologies (UCL CBT). On successful completion participants will get “Certificate of Participation” from University of College London. UCL is one of the leading British universities offering emerging technology education.
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Thorough the analysis of the main rules that govern today’s digital economy (e.g. antitrust law, Internet and data regulation) as they are related to Distribute Ledger Technology (DLT), participants will:
The course Blockchain Rules is a “deep dive” into the key legal issues related to breakthrough blockchain technologies. In particular, it will be discussed how blockchain technologies work, how they are regulated and how blockchain technologies can be adopted as a tool of regulation. The similarities between blockchain and the Internet are compelling and they will be here explored from a legal perspective to predict the future blockchain regulation.
1- What are the rules for technology?
Intro to the key legal concepts and issues (e.g. the telecommunication regulation, antitrust and IP law) concerning technologies: from the Internet to blockchain
This Session provides an overview of the key legal subjects and issues related to information technologies relevant for blockchain. In particular, it investigates the interconnection among:
In the field of software and networks. This investigation will be conducted through the analysis of critical cases, including Intel and Oracle v. Google.
2- The Internet and data regulation
Blockchain combines existing technologies. An understanding of how the Internet and data are regulated is fundamental to investigate the present and future blockchain regulation.
Blockchain combines existing technologies, such as the Internet and Software. This Session sheds lights on the logic behind economic regulation through the investigation of:
An understanding of how the Internet and data are regulated is fundamental to investigate the present and future blockchain regulation.
3- Is code law?
Crypto-anarchy movement and the foundation of blockchain technologies. Code is Law and Trust the Code.
Blockchain technologies stem from the so-called “crypto-anarchy movement” on the Net. An understanding of blockchain origins and philosophy is necessary to grasp the meaning of blockchain technologies, its community and future trends. Specific topics include:
4- Distributed Ledger Technologies
Intro to Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts—how they work and applications.
This Session explores Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) and how they are related to each other. In particular it examines:
A clear understanding of how DLT work and how they are related to each other is necessary to deep dive into the present and future legal framework.
5- Bitcoin – Cryptocurrencies and the law
What is money and the concept underlying a crytocurrency. Intro to legal issues related to cryptocurrencies. Cases, such as Libra, will be analyzed and developed.
This Session focuses on Cryptocurrencies and the main legal issues involved, with a focus on the USA jurisdiction. Topics covered include:
6- Blockchain regulation
What are the rules for blockchain technologies? An overview of the most recent developments in the blockchain regulation.
What rules/laws for blockchain technologies? An overview of the most recent developments in the blockchain regulation. Topics covered include:
7- Smart Contracts
Analysis of the present and future adoption of smart contracts from a legal and business perspective
Analysis of the present and future adoption of smart contracts from a legal and business perspective. Topics covered include:
8- Government and regulation in blockchain
Analysis of the present and future adoption of smart contracts from a legal and business perspective.
Investigation of the variety of blockchain types and applications with a focus on regulatory/ government applications. This Session analyses some blockchain projects and opportunities for government applications:
9- The future of blockchain rules
An exploration of the future global regulation through and for blockchain technologies.
This Session draws some conclusions on the future global regulation through and for blockchain technologies. In particular, it will be analyzed:
About your Instructor
CYKUBE Certificate of Participation
By successfully completing this course you can gain a Certificate of Participation that can be used to evidence Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. This will be from Cykube Academy for Master Class in Innovation & Entrepreneurship Series: Blockchain & Finance