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Course Name: Beginner- Course 1

Modules:

1.       History of Money

2.       Cashless, Credit, Debit

3.       Cryptography

4.       Creation of Bitcoin

5.       History of Blockchain and Applications 

Total Hours: 5 Hours 10 minutes

Program Objectives

The concept of money has always been a powerful one. It is the basis on which the world's financial system is formed, and it is what powers our society's economic growth. Money has undergone gradual changes throughout the centuries. From the exchange of goods to paper money to cryptocurrency, the history of money is undoubtedly vast and interesting.

This course covers the essential basics, starting from the history of money to the history of Blockchain. When did the use of money start?

What are the different types of money?

How did paper money come into being?

How did we go from exchanging goods to get something to a cashless transaction?

What exactly is Bitcoin?

What is Blockchain, and how is it applicable?

We discuss all these questions and more.

Key Objective: The main object of this course is to help beginners get a grasp of this concept and take them on the journey to become educated investors.

The course is divided into five different modules for easier consumption of information.

Each module includes videos, infographics, or on-demand down-loads to help the students study.

Curriculum for Beginner Course

This course consists of the following five modules:

Module 1: History of Money

The course will begin by establishing a solid understanding of money. It will include:

·         Understanding the main functions of currency

·         Historical use of money

·         Main forms of currency

·         Introduction to the financial system

Videos: 1 (History and Evolution of Money) Duration: 10 mins

Infographics: None

Download: None

Duration: 1 Hour

 

Module 2: Cashless, Credit, Debit

The next module will expand on the evolution of money from its first known concepts to what it is today. It will include:

·         Metallic Money

·         Paper and Credit Money

·         Plastic Money – Credit and Debit Cards

·         Digital Money

Videos: None

Infographics: 1 (Types of Money)

Download: None

Duration: 40 minutes

 

Module 3: Cryptography

This module will introduce the students to the concept of Cryptography and help them gain a firm grasp of its present uses. It will cover:

·         What is cryptography?

·         History of cryptography

·         Types of cryptography

·         What issues are resolved with cryptography?

Videos: 2 (Understanding Cryptography + Benefits of Cryptography) Duration: 10 minutes + 5 minutes

Infographics: Types of Cryptography

Download: None

Duration: 1 Hour

 

Module 4: Creation of Bitcoin

Bitcoin took the world by storm some years ago. The very few who had seen it coming invested in it and became rich! This module will teach students all about Bitcoin and its history. It includes:

·         What is Bitcoin?

·         History of Bitcoin

·         How are Bitcoin and Cryptography related?

·         Value of Bitcoin Today

·         What does Future Hold for Bitcoin?

Videos: 1 (Relation between Bitcoin and Cryptography) Duration: 15 minutes

Infographics: 1 (A look into the Price and Value of Bitcoin)

Download: 1 (Countries Where Bitcoin Is Legal and Illegal)

Duration: 1.5 hours

 

Module 5: History of Blockchain and Applications 

The last module will explore the history of blockchain and its applications. It includes:

·         Introduction to Blockchain

·         Purpose of Blockchain

·         Key Elements of Blockchain

·         Benefits of Blockchain

·         Uses of Blockchain

Videos: 1 (Elements of Blockchain) Duration: 10 minutes

Infographics: 1 (Potential Applications of Blockchain)

Download: None

Duration: 1 Hour

  • What are the five main functions of money.

    A Medium of Exchange A Measure of Value A Store of Value The Basis of Credit A Standard of Postponed Payment

  • What are the four types of Financial Markets?

    1. Money Market 2. Capital Market 3. Foreign Exchange Market 4. Credit Market

  • What are the functions of financial systems?

    Payment System It is an efficient system of payment that enables merchants and businesses to get money in exchange for services and products. Payments are made with credit cards, checks, cash, and even cryptocurrency in some cases. Savings This allows businesses and individuals to invest in multiple investments and watch them grow with time. Borrowers can use their savings to fund a new project and enhance the flow of cash, and investors can get a return on their investment. Liquidity The financial market allows investors the capability to decrease the systemic risk by offering liquidity, allowing easy selling and buying of assets as needed. Risk Management It provides protection to the investors from numerous financial risks with insurance and other contracts. The insurance and derivatives market is an integral element of the financial system. They have been established to rationalize risk that can be an inevitable part of life for both businesses and individuals. Through the risk management offered by the financial systems, individuals and businesses can pool their resources by also cover themselves in case of unforeseen events. Government Policy Governments worldwide try to regulate or stabilize an economy by implementing certain policies that help them deal with interest rates, unemployment, and inflation.

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