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We're looking for students interested in educating, programming, consulting, and designing. We also offer Blockchain Fundamentals and Blockchain Developer DeCal courses.

Membership Application

Blockchain at Berkeley is a student-led Blockchain group focused on learning, educating, designing and overall contributing to the community. We are interested in working with anyone who is dedicated toward the adoption and growth of Blockchain technologies.

We are actively recruiting for our research, design, development, business, and education programs.

Member Mixer

1/17, 7:00 - 9:00 PM PST
The Den Apartments Courtyard

Clubs and Cookies

1/23, 8:00 - 10:00 PM PST
VSLB 2050

Info Session #1

1/24, 8:00 PM PST
Evans 60

Info Session #2

1/26, 8:00 PM PST
Moffit 103

Women's Mixer

1/25, 7:00 - 9:00 PM PST
The Den Apartments Courtyard

Applications Due

1/27, 11:59 AM PST

Blockchain Fundamentals

The blockchain space is a union of both groundbreaking technical achievements and pivotal social movements. Technical topics include the basics of cryptography and economics, the key components of Bitcoin, and the myriad of newly evolved blockchain ideas and technologies. Societally, we cover the history of digital currency and the laws, organizations, trends, and communities that compose the ecosystem. The goal of this course is to surmount the steep learning curve of blockchain technology, looking beyond buzzwords to develop a thorough understanding of the moving parts of both technical and non-technical facets. By the end, you will understand how blockchain technologies work and the institutions, ideas, and innovation sprouting from them.

Blockchain Developer

Despite the tremendous demand for blockchain developers, there is a distinct shortage, with blockchain developers being offered salaries as high as 250k. This course gives you the toolkit and industry-relevant experience you need to capitalize on this demand. Topics include Bitcoin from a developer’s perspective, a deep-dive into Ethereum’s tech stack, and smart contract development and security. Targeted at students with a programming background, you will learn how to prototype, test, and deploy using industry-relevant tools such as the Solidity programming language, Metamask, Infura, Truffle, and Ganache, giving you the experience necessary to become a full-stack blockchain developer.

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