Delving into Blockchain Smart Contracts

A Theoretical Approach
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Smart Contracts


  • Blockchain Basics


This course titled “Delving into Blockchain Smart Contracts: A Brief Overview” is designed to provide learners to understand the basics of Smart Contracts so they can get into either technical or functional nitty-gritty of working in the trending domain of blockchain smart contracts.

The course comprises of seven sections starting with a brief introduction to trending technologies today followed by an overview of Blockchain, basic and advanced concepts of smart contracts. We have also discussed Smart Contract Use Cases and have given a theortical overview of Ethereum Platform and the course concludes with a discussion of the future of Smart Contracts.

Watch out for upcoming courses providing deep dive into the blockchain.

Who this course is for:

  • Students with a basic knowledge about Blockchain

Course content

7 sections8 lectures1h 59m total length
  • Introduction


Mobile Computing | Blockchain | Digital Twin
Leena Nadkar
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 543 Reviews
  • 14,965 Students
  • 4 Courses

I have completed my M.Tech Computer Engineering  from Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering, NMIMS University with final year research in area of Blockchain.

Previously I was working as Mobile Application Developer (Android, iOS). I have also conducted sessions for Android Development and taken seminars for Blockchain.

My area of interests include Blockchain, Mobile Application Development , Distributed Systems, Database Management

Seema Shah
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 543 Reviews
  • 14,965 Students
  • 4 Courses

Dr.Seema Shah is currently working as Chairperson, of B.Tech Integrated Programme, Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering, NMIMS University.

She has academic experience of 30+ years along with 5 years in the IT industry.

Her research expertise is in the areas of Blockchain, Cloud computing and Distributed Computing mentoring  Doctoral, Postgraduate and Graduate students. She has published 100+ technical papers in Journals and Conferences and authored several technical books. Her co-authored book Distributed Computing published by Oxford University Press is a text in various Universities across India. She is a recipient of  several awards including State level Best Polytechnic Teacher award and is active on Social media with 21000+ followers on Quora.