Dr. Balaji Srinivasan and Dr. Dan Boneh started their new course, “Bitcoin Engineering” during Stanford University on Monday, Jan 4th.
The category is a messenger to Stanford’s prior Bitcoin-related course, “Crypto Currencies, a Blockchain, and Smart Contracts.” About 85 percent of this quarter’s category will underline new material.
The category gives we a clarity of what Bitcoin can do. It’s not Bitcoin as a financial instrument, not about buy low/sell high. It’s about Bitcoin as a protocol.” —Balaji Srinivasan
The dual courses differ in that a prior category focused on Bitcoin as a record (or Bitcoin theory), while this quarter’s category will learn students how to write Bitcoin-powered versions of renouned Internet services.
— Avery Haskell (@AveryHaskell) January 5, 2016
“You will learn by doing,” pronounced Srinivasan on a initial day of class.
The march is structured around a weekly hackathon. At a commencement of any week students will accept stub formula demonstrating a simple mechanics of a Bitcoin-powered Internet service. The students will afterwards have a rest of a week to urge their chronicle of a formula before submitting it for