New Udacity Nanodegree to develop blockchain applications

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This new Udacity Nanodegree promises to instruct the skills, tools, and computer security practices that a blockchain developer needs.

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According to Udacity, the global demand for blockchain specialists will grow 60% annually. Hence, the importance of starting to prepare the next developers of this technology.

In general, the meaning of blockchain is linked to cryptocurrencies and specifically to Bitcoin. However, this technology has the potential to become the new foundation for any type of transaction; through it, contracts could be validated without the need for legal instances, cloud storage would be safer, and people’s ID's could be more reliably consulted, among an infinite number of applications.

Blockchain Developer Nanodegree

This new Udacity alternative credential promises to instruct the skills, tools, and computer security practices that a blockchain developer needs.

This program comprises two terms; the first aims to establish the foundations of this technology and the second focuses on developing specific applications.

The creators of this nanodegree ensure that graduates will have enough knowledge to develop their blockchain data storage projects, develop technology to generate intelligent contracts, and develop web applications specialized in chain management supply.

This degree requires a commitment of at least months, and it costs USD 999. If you want to know more about this course, visit Udacity’s website.