Welcome to the Blockchain Academy

Training and consulting on blockchain and cryptocurrencies in South Africa and various other countries.

Our next course is the Blockchain Advanced Course being held in Cape Town on 24 October 2017.

What we do

The Blockchain Academy provides training on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. There is a lot of excitement globally on the opportunities that cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and it's underlying technology, the blockchain, offers, for financial and non-financial institutions as well as for individuals. At the same time, a lot of confusion exists on what it is and how it works. The Blockchain Academy was established to help educate individuals and organisations on how they can use this technology to understand the benefits and opportunities that exist, improve existing systems and processes and to develop decentralised applications.

We provide training at our office at the Bandwidth Barn, in Woodstock, Cape Town as well as at AlphaCode Club in Sandton, Johannesburg. We also provide training at our clients offices in various countries.

Each course takes place over one day and is tailored to meet the needs of different target audiences.

ONSITE TRAINING

Training solutions for individuals and groups at your convenience and location. Now offered in many countries for group training.

TRAINING IN OUR CLASSROOM

Training solutions for individuals and groups at our offices at the Bandwidth Barn in Woodstock, Cape Town or at our office in Sandton, Johannesburg.

ONLINE TRAINING

Learn at your own pace directly with the instructor in a group or private session via Google Hangouts. This provides you with an opportunity for one-on-one engagement with the instructor.

OUR COURSES

The Blockchain Academy currently offers the courses below. We also tailor-make courses specifically according to your requirements, so please contact us with your requirements.

Download our course brochure here.

Bitcoin and Blockchain Beginner Course

Cape Town: TBD
Johannesburg: 31 October 2017

This course is for individuals who are new to digital currencies and blockchain technology. The course covers the basics of money, bitcoin, blockchain 101, bitcoin mining and transactions, using bitcoin, bitcoin wallet security, compliance and regulation. The course highlights the future of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, and demonstrates what companies are doing with this technology.

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The outcome of this course is to provide individuals with a general overview of bitcoin and the blockchain. Attendees will learn more about what bitcoin is, its history, how to use bitcoin: storing bitcoin in a wallet, buying and selling bitcoin on an online exchange, as well as sending and receiving bitcoin from one person to another without the need for a trusted third party.

The course also provides an overview of the blockchain: how transactions are stored on the blockchain, how mining works through consensus, the differences between permissioned and permissionless blockchains and why these differences are important.

The course further explains current use cases and opportunities this technology provides in terms of include smart contracts, payment rails, immutable ledger, proof of ownership, remittances and micro-transactions. It also discusses alternatives to bitcoin and the bitcoin blockchain.

The course touches on current regulation and compliance globally and in South Africa.

This course provides attendees with an insight into the future of this technology in terms of innovation and disruption of existing traditional systems and processes.

  1. Module 1: Introduction

    • Money and currency
    • Digital currencies explained
    • History of Bitcoin
  2. Module 2: The Blockchain

    • 101 of the blockchain
    • How are transactions stored on the blockchain
    • What Bitcoin mining is
    • Permissioned and permissionless blockchains
    • Side chains
  3. Module 3: Using Bitcoin

    • Where and how to get bitcoins
    • How to store bitcoins in a wallet
    • How to send and receive bitcoins
    • How to trade bitcoins on on-line exchanges
    • Bitcoin pricing and volatility
  4. Module 4: Bitcoin Security

    • Security issues and the pseudo-anonymity of Bitcoin
    • Security measures such as multi-signature transactions
    • Backing up and restoring wallets
  5. Module 5: Bitcoin Scalability, Risks and Limitations

    • Transaction volumes and block sizes
    • Block propagation speed
    • Proof of Work efficiencies
    • Mining pools and centralisation
    • Mining rewards and incentivisation
    • Wallet theft
    • Regulatory friction
  6. Module 6: Use Cases and Opportunities

    • Payment rails
    • Immutable ledger
    • Coloured coins and digital asset ownership
    • Time-stamped records
    • Proof of ownership
    • Micro-transactions
  7. Module 7: Merchant Acceptance

    • How to integrate Bitcoin as a payment method
    • Benefits of using Bitcoin as a payment method
    • Payment processing companies
    • Verification of transactions on the blockchain
    • Successful case studies
  8. Module 8: Bitcoin Compliance and Regulation

    • Regulation globally and in South Africa
    • Bitcoin compliance
  9. Module 9: The Future of Blockchain

    • Bitcoin for remittances in emerging economies
    • Digital currencies and financial institutions
    • Digital currencies and innovation
    • The value of Bitcoin and the blockchain as a technology
    • Alternatives to Bitcoin and the blockchain

Blockchain Advanced Course

Cape Town: 24 October 2017
Johannesburg: 1 November 2017

This course is for individuals who understand the basics of digital currencies such as bitcoin and the blockchain technology. The course delves deeper into the concepts covered in the Bitcoin and Blockchain Beginner course.

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This course is for individuals who understand the basics of bitcoin and blockchain technology. The course delves deeper into bitcoin mining, mining pools, bitcoin transactions, software clients and front-ends, wallet service providers, application programming interfaces (APIs), payment gateways, explorer services and Blockchain as a Service (BaaS). The course covers many Blockchain 2.0 topics such as Ethereum smart contracts, smart property, side chains, decentralised services, world computers, and other exciting and innovative services and opportunities being used around the world. The course discusses the blockchain technology's impact on traditional ways of doing business, building applications, raising funding and transacting.

  1. Module 1: Introduction

    • Digital assets
    • Distributed ledgers
    • Byzantine Generals' Problem
  2. Module 2: Mining and Transactions

    • Networks
    • Nodes
    • Scripting
    • Cryptography
    • Proof and distributed consensus
    • Pools
  3. Module 3: Software

    • Clients
    • Front ends
    • Software
    • Web services / APIs
  4. Module 4: Service Providers

    • Explorers
    • Wallets
    • APIs
    • Payment gateways and providers
    • Blockchain as a Service (BaaS)
  5. Module 5: Blockchain 2.0

    • Side chains
    • Smart contracts
    • Smart property
    • World computers
    • Open asset protocol
    • Decentralised services
    • Decentralised Autonomous Organisations

Blockchain For Developers Course

Cape Town: TBD
Johannesburg: TBD

This course provides developers with hands-on experience to develop applications using the Bitcoin protocol. The course provides information on the languages and tools that are used to build decentralised applications. The course includes a demo on how to create a bitcoin transaction, digital signatures, and public and private keys.

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Requirements:

  • Basic object-oriented programming experience
  • Basic understanding of Javascript and Node.js

At the end of the course, the developer will know how to:
- setup a development environment by installing and configuring the Bitcoin Core software
- deploy a Bitcoin Server
- use the Bitcoin Core RPC API to create wallets, digital signatures and public and private keys, check balances and make payments
- use 3rd party libraries and APIs to abstract away many of the complexities of using the Bitcoin protocol

The course will not cover the internal aspects of Bitcoin such as its Proof of Work, transaction and blockchain structures and cryptography.

  1. Module 1: Basic Concepts

    • Bitcoin scripting language: Script
    • Cryptographic hash functions
    • Cryptographic signatures
    • Blockchain
    • Multi-signature transactions
    • Addresses
    • Public and private keys
    • Wallets
  2. Module 2: Demo

    • How to create a bitcoin transaction
    • How to create a public and private key
    • How to create a digital signature
  3. Module 3: 3rd Party Bitcoin Libraries and Web APIs

    • Web APIs
    • Libraries

Blockchain For Financial Institutions Course

On demand only for groups of 10 or more


This course is for individuals who want to know what financial institutions are doing with blockchain technology. The course provides an insight into the differences between private and public blockchains and where the value of each lies for the user and organisation. The course includes use cases for financial institutions and what they are doing with this technology: from proofs of concept to research and applications. The course includes information on which financial institutions have formed partnerships with start-ups, as well as the establishment of consortiums for joint solutions.

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Trusted intermediaries are necessary to facilitate payment transactions and as transactions have become more complex, so has the importance of intermediaries in the payments world.

Blockchain technology is challenging traditional players and forcing them to re-examine their role in the payment ecosystem as the threat of disintermediation in the financial industry is both real and imminent.

  1. Module 1: Centralised vs. Decentralised Blockchains

    • Overview of permissionless (public) and permissioned blockchains (private)
    • Centralised blockchain case study:
      1. Ripple
    • Decentralised blockchain case study:
      1. Ethereum
  2. Module 2 - Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)

    • Corda
  3. Module 3: Use Cases and Opportunities for Financial Institutions

    • Payment rails:
      1. Domestic payments
      2. Micro transactions
      3. Cross-border payments
    • Clearing and settlement
    • Immutable ledger
    • Coloured coins and digital asset ownership
    • Time-stamped records
    • Proof of ownership
    • Trade finance / trade of financial assets
    • Capital markets
    • Smart contracts
    • Smart assets or property
    • Digital identity
  4. Module 4: Use Cases and Opportunities for Non-Financial Institutions

    • Factom
    • Rootstock
    • Namecoin
    • Maidsafe
  5. Module 5: Financial Institutions Experimenting with Blockchain Technology

    • Banks
    • Central Banks
    • Partnerships
    • Consortiums
  6. Module 6: Bitcoin Compliance and Regulation

    • Regulation globally and in South Africa
    • Bitcoin compliance
    • Money laundering and fraud

Ethereum Beginner Course

Cape Town: TBD
Johannesburg: TBD

This course is for individuals who want to understand the basics of Ethereum and what this technology offers in terms of smart contracts. The course will cover the basic design of the Ethereum blockchain, the functioning of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and an introduction into smart contracts and transactions. It includes current use cases in the Decentralised Applications (DApps) landscape and the recent surge of interest in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), and how ICOs are raising funding using cryptocurrencies, such as ether.

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Ethereum is becoming one of the widely adopted digital currency protocols for developing Blockchain 2.0 and Blockchain 3.0 applications. Companies and institutions are starting to adopt the Ethereum blockchain to create smart contract based applications in order to automate existing systems and processes.

  1. Module 1: What is Ethereum?

    • The difference between Bitcoin and Ethereum
    • Basic design of Ethereum
    • Ether - currency and commodity
    • How to buy, sell and store Ether
  2. Module 2: The Ethereum Virtual Machine

    • Contract transactions
    • A simple smart contract
    • The EVM
    • Clients and programming on Ethereum
  3. Module 3: Use-Cases and Applications of Ethereum

    • Decentralised applications
    • Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (The DAO)
  4. Module 4: The Future of Ethereum

    • Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)
    • Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA)

NEW COURSE: Introduction to the Legal Implications of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain

Date: Cape Town: 5 December 2017
Johannesburg: 31 January 2018

This course is aimed at both legal and non-legal individuals at a beginner level and introduces the attendees to a wide range of potential legal issues when dealing with bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. The course analyses existing trends and approaches by governments and industry across jurisdictions, as well as analyses future use cases and potential legal issues and risks.

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Legal issues discussed range from liability, privacy, data security, contracts, consumer protection, financial regulation and tax. Other topics covered include regulating for disruption, ethereum, smart contracts, sandboxes, blockchain consortiums and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). The course aims to equip attendees to be able to ask the right legal and regulatory questions and identify the relevant risks when dealing with these emerging technologies.

    Requirements
  • No prior knowledge of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology is required
    Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to understand the legal implications, regulation and compliance requirements of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
  1. Module 1: How Does Regulation Keep Up with Technology and Innovation?

    An introduction to the disruptive world we live in, with global examples of how difficult it has been across industries to regulate the fast pace of technology and innovation. The discussion will provide a general context on the impracticality involved when comparing the slow pace of regulation to the fast pace of technology, and how to overcome these impracticalities and the concept of exponential growth of emerging technologies, such as bitcoin and blockchain.

  2. Module 2: Bitcoin

    This modules cover various legal issues from is bitcoin money, to the legal nature of bitcoin and how it has been addressed in various jurisdictions (commodity, security etc).

    The module will include possible applications, such as payment applications and related regulatory issues as well as the position of bitcoin exchanges. A high level discussion on the liability of, for example, the now defunct bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, will be discussed as well as insurance and consumer protection, security and privacy issues. A quick overview of bitcoins hard fork will also be included.

  3. Module 3: Cryptocurrencies and Altcoins

    This module will provide examples of altcoins and an overview of the different approaches taken by governments towards cryptocurrencies, as well as the legal nature and issues surrounding use of cryptocurrencies. Legal issues discussed range from liability, privacy, data security, contracts, consumer protection, financial regulation and tax. The module will include comparisons to bitcoin to provide context as well as jurisdictions who are embarking on government cryptocurrencies and other similar initiatives.

  4. Module 4: Ethereum and Smart Contracts

    This module will introduce Ethereum and the concept of smart contracts. The module will include the legal nature of various e-contract concepts with examples. An overview of global approaches to smart contracting, especially on issues like electronic contracts and automated performance will be provided. Issues such as liability and consumer protection will be discussed as well as highlighting potential risks.

  5. Module 5: Blockchain Applications

    This module will cover a variety of examples that blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) could potentially be used for. The discussion will include examples of the potential legal issues and risks. The module will also look at different jurisdictions' approach to innovations in this space, such as central banks setting up sandboxes in order to monitor development of these new technologies in order to understand them better and understand the regulatory framework. Various global consortiums and the projects they are involved in will also be discussed.

  6. Module 6: Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

    This module will take a closer look at Initial Coin Offerings, how they work and why countries are banning them. What are the potential risks of participating in an ICO?

  7. Module 7: Where to Next?

    In conclusion, the instructor will explore questions that are still unanswered that cause uncertainty for those wanting to participate in this space. What is required from regulators to fill the grey areas and the gaps? And how do you innovate without potentially falling into the regulatory grey areas and potential risks?

NEW COURSE: Hyperledger Fabric Course

On demand only for groups of 10 or more

This course is for individuals who want to know more about Hyperledger Fabric, its architecture and the advantages of using this technology. Hyperledger Fabric is a blockchain framework implementation for distributed ledger solutions and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation.

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    Requirements
  • No prior knowledge of blockchain technology is required
    Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to understand Hyperledger Fabric and compare it to other blockchain technologies
  • Developers who want to build blockchain applications using Hyperledger Fabric
  1. Module 1: What is Blockchain Technology?

    • Introduction to blockchain technology
    • How to works
    • Cryptography
    • Public blockchains and private blockchains
    • Ethereum and smart contracts
  2. Module 2: What is the Hyperledger Project?

    • Introduction and background to the Hyperledger Project
    • Definitions and key components
    • Hyperledger Fabric
    • Architecture
    • Chaincode
    • GoLang
    • Hyperledger Fabric Project use cases
    • Advantages of using Hyperledger Fabric
  3. Module 3: Setting up a Hyperledger Network

    • Setting up Hyperledger Fabric on IBM Bluemix
    • Creating a simple smart contract
    • Deploy a smart contract

NEW COURSE: Cryptocurrency Trading for Beginners Course

Date: Cape Town: 23 November 2017

The purpose of this course is to provide individuals with the foundational knowledge required to navigate the financial markets and as such will be suitable for the complete novice trader that wishes to engage with the world of cryptocurrency trading. Attendees will learn everything from basic trading terminology to how to actually place orders via a broker using a trading platform. A large part of the course will focus on the practical side of using a trading platform, understanding the different order types and how to execute those orders in real time in a simulated account.

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    Requirements
  • A basic understanding of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin is required
    Who is the target audience?
  • Novice traders and who want to know how to trade cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin
  1. Module 1: Introduction to Online Trading

    • Exploring the Financial Market
    • Trading terminology
    • Trading styles: which type are you?
  2. Module 2: Guided Tour of Brokers and Trading Platforms

    • Deciding on a broker
    • Opening a brokerage account
    • Creating a blockchain wallet
    • Practical navigation of various platforms
  3. Module 3: Order Execution and Management

    • Explaining order types
    • Placement and execution of orders
    • Risk Management
  4. Module 4: Conclusion

    • Question and Answer session
    • Where to from here?

OUR TEAM

Sonya Kuhnel

Sonya Kuhnel

Sonya is the Founder & Managing Director of the Blockchain Academy. Sonya has been involved in bitcoin for over four years. She started a bitcoin payment company in 2013. Sonya is the Co-founder of Bitcoin Events which hosts the Blockchain & Bitcoin Africa Conferences in South Africa. She is also the co-organiser of the Bitcoin Cape Town Meetup group and is passionate about educating people on the benefits of digital currencies and blockchain technology.

Fabian van der Merwe

Fabian van der Merwe

Fabian has over 20 years experience in the IT sector ranging from website development to IT Management consulting services. Through his experience, Fabian has played a pivotal role in advancing IT initiatives and projects across various Industry sectors including finance, industrial, retail, hospitality, IT and manufacturing. Fabian joins the Blockchain Academy as the Business Development Manager.

Gavin Marshall

Louis Krige

Gavin is a consultant and instructor at the Blockchain Academy. Gavin is a well-known speaker on digital currencies and blockchain technology in South Africa. Gavin has built his own bitcoin and blockchain crowd funding platform. He has worked as the Head of Innovation at the mobile social network Mxit, and then as Product Development Lead at the Nigerian e-­commerce company, Konga.

Louis Krige

Louis Krige

Louis has connected large scale international technology platforms in the legal and travel industries for over 20 years. He has a passion for simplifying complex technologies and communicating this into user friendly application that enables everyone to interact and contribute to forward thinking technologies resulting in positive change. Louis joins the Blockchain Academy as the Marketing Manager.

Nerushka Bowan

Nerushka Bowan

Nerushka is an emerging technology law specialist, legal technology innovator and speaker based in South Africa. She is a co-chair of the Johannesburg chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She has a background working as a technology & privacy lawyer and business development manager for technology & innovation for an international law firm, and has work experience in both London and Melbourne. Nerushka uses her unique experience and forward looking mindset to identify these future risks brought about by emerging technology, such as blockchain, drones, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence and robotics, and packages these into stimulating and thought-provoking workshops and presentations.

Richard Krugel

Richard Krugel

Richard is a full time options and commodity futures trader with 7 years experience in his field. He has become increasingly involved in providing his technical analysis expertise to clients abroad and writes a private weekly forecasting report. Over the past year Richard has become very interested in cryptocurrencies as an alternative trading vehicle and has joined the Blockchain Academy team as a trading educator to assist future traders with the necessary knowledge required to enter the world of online trading.

Pricing

Training takes place over one day and is tailored to meet the needs of different target audiences. We also offer private training at your office should you prefer to have a more personalised training session. Please contact us for pricing on personalised training. We accept bitcoin!

Bitcoin and Blockchain Beginner Course

  • 09:00am - 14:30pm
  • Catering included
  • Blockchain Academy classroom
  • Course material provided
  • No laptop required
  • Blockchain Academy Certificate of Completion
  • No prior knowledge or experience of bitcoin or the blockchain is required

Cape Town: R3,500.00 per person
Johannesburg: R3,500.00 per person

Blockchain Advanced Course

  • 09:00am - 14:30pm
  • Catering included
  • Blockchain Academy classroom
  • Course material provided
  • No laptop required
  • Blockchain Academy Certificate of Completion
  • Moderate knowledge of bitcoin and the blockchain required

Cape Town: R3,500.00 per person
Johannesburg: R3,500.00 per person

Blockchain For Developers Course

  • 09:00am - 15:00pm
  • Catering included
  • Blockchain Academy classroom
  • Course material provided
  • Laptop required
  • Blockchain Academy Certificate of Completion
  • For junior and senior developers

Cape Town: R3,500.00 per person
Johannesburg: R3,500.00 per person

Blockchain For Financial Institutions Course

  • 09:00am - 14:30pm
  • Catering included
  • Blockchain Academy classroom
  • Course material provided
  • Blockchain Academy Certificate of Completion
  • No prior knowledge of digital currencies & blockchain required
  • On demand only for groups of 10 or more

Cape Town: R3,500.00 per person
Johannesburg: R3,500.00 per person

Ethereum Beginner Course

  • 09:00am - 14:30pm
  • Catering included
  • Blockchain Academy classroom
  • Course material provided
  • No laptop required
  • Blockchain Academy Certificate of Completion
  • No prior knowledge of digital currencies & blockchain required

Cape Town: R3,500.00 per person
Johannesburg: R3,500.00 per person

Tailor-made Course

  • Two hours to a full day session
  • Catering included
  • Blockchain Academy classroom
  • Course material provided
  • Laptop required: depends on course content
  • Blockchain Academy Certificate of Completion
  • Prior knowledge or experience of bitcoin: depends on course content

From R3,500.00 per person

*Prices are based on training in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Pricing differs for private training so please contact us if you need more information on this. We also offer discounted rates for students.
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Santam Blockchain Hackathon - 23 September 2016, Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg

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Bitoin and Blockchain Beginner Course - 9 May 2017, AlphaCode Club, Johannesburg

Bitcoin Advanced Course

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Blockchain Training for Swaziland Central Bank

Central Bank of Swaziland, Bitcoin and Blockchain Beginner & Blockchain for Financial Institutions Course - 12 and 13 June 2017, Swaziland

Blockchain Training for ABSA and retailer executives

Presentation to ABSA and retail executives (Shoprite, Foschini and Woolworths) - 19 July 2017, Cape Town

Blockchain Overview & Fundamentals Course

Blockchain Overview & Fundamentals Course - 27 July 2017, Distell, Stellenbosch, Cape Town

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In partnership with AA Ventures in Mauritius, Bitcoin and Blockchain Beginner & Blockchain for Financial Institutions Course - 2 and 3 August 2017, Mauritius

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In partnership with AA Ventures in Mauritius, Bitcoin and Blockchain Beginner & Blockchain for Financial Institutions Course - 2 and 3 August 2017, Mauritius

Blockchain Overview & Fundamentals Course

Blockchain Overview & Fundamentals - 17 August 2017, University of Cape Town - Graduate School of Business, Cape Town

Partners

The Blockchain Academy has partnered with the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi) to provide training at the Bandwidth Barn, in Woodstock, Cape Town and with AlphaCode to provide training at AlphaCode's offices in Sandton, Johannesburg.

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