This course fulfills CPE objectives.

After this course, learners should be able to:

  • Identify threats to digital asset security and the role private keys play in securing assets.

  • Recognize the distinction between hot vs. cold, software vs. hardware, and custodial vs. non-custodial crypto wallets.

  • Recall the attributes of multisignature wallets and their practical use cases.

  • Identify the differences between centralized and decentralized exchanges and their roles in the crypto ecosystem.

  • Recall basic concepts of proof-of-reserves and the spectrum of methods used to prove exchange solvency.

  • Identify the importance of price indices, market capitalization, and block explorers.

Course curriculum preview

Here's what you'll learn by taking this course.

    1. Introduction, Agenda, and Objectives

    1. Video Lesson: Module 1

    2. Review Questions 1 & 2

    1. Video Lesson: Module 2

    2. Review Question #3

    1. Video Lesson: Module 3

    1. Video Lesson: Module 4

    2. Review Question #4

    1. Video Lesson: Module 5

About this course

  • 15 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content
  • 1.5 CPE Credits (Specialized Knowledge)
  • Recommended prerequisites of Blockchain 101 and 202

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    QAS Self Study

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