On October 17th, the workshop “Introduction to Blockchain and Decred API (dcrdata)” will take place in Spanish with the Decred team. This was reported in Spanish by Decred to Cointelegraph.
The aim of the meeting is to teach users how to access the information on a blockchain and understand how the databases of cryptocurrencies are structured. “This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about blockchain technology, how it works and how it is used,” said the organizers.
“In this workshop we will learn how you can take full advantage of the transparency of blockchains in order to use your public data in projects and applications. The workshop will focus on Decred’s Block Explorer API, dcrdata”They added later.
You will use Python, but invite prospects to attend the workshop in their favorite language. “You will learn how a blockchain works from a data perspective and how it is structured in blocks and transactions, the architecture used by the most important decentralized networks such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Decred,” they explained.
Interested parties can register here.
The specific agenda to be discussed is as follows:
* What is a blockchain?
* What is a Block Explorer?
* Introduction to dcrdata, Decred’s browser
* Using the graphical interface
* Using the API
* Network status
Previous knowledge and requirements
In order to participate, basic knowledge of a programming language preferred by the participants is required. and have it installed along with a text editor (the workshop examples will be in Python). It will be important so that you can get the most out of the workshop. No previous knowledge of cryptocurrencies is required
The schedule for participation is:
15:00 Mexico / Colombia
17:00 Argentina / Chile / Uruguay
The workshop will be broadcast live on Decred’s YouTube channel in Spanish. It is worth remembering that the workshop is free.
You will also be awarded a 100% scholarship to take a mining course using Python in collaboration with the Humai Institute. The raffle will take place at the end of the workshop.
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