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We provide training programs on blockchain technologies for business executives that not only provide knowledge and new skills for professional performance, but also encourage the creation of ideas and a continuous improvement approach.

Assets Labs has an advanced teaching methodology and developments, with a format that combines online and face-to-face sessions to facilitate the training of business executives.

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We give training courses to managers and companies interested in knowing more about blockchain networks with security tokens. If you want to contact us fill out our form.

Methodology:

By definition, all learning has as its objective the acquisition of knowledge, the development of skills and the solidification of work habits. Our model is inspired by competency-based learning and thinking.

Through evaluation tools we teach to contextualize, analyze, relate, argue, in short, to convert information into knowledge, putting into practice real examples and, thus, we transmit to students a more tangible dimension of content.

Alexis Texeiro gives a series of master classes on blockchain. A from 0 to 100 available for professionals and companies. Ask us without obligation.

1.1 Why blockchain arises and what it can bring

1.1.2 The Bitcoin spirit

1.1.3 Decentralization and immutability, the key concepts

1.2 What isblockchain?

1.3 Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple... What are crypto currencies?

1.4 What is a consensus algorithm?

1.5 Consensus algorithm versus protocol

1.6 Pow and Pos

1.7 Cryptomoney and token

1.8 Decentralization, what does it mean?

1.9 Smart contracts

1.10 CAD

1.11 dApps

1.12 Hard forks and soft forks

1.13 Web3

1.14 What is a token?

1.15 Functions of a token

1.16 Token currency

1.17 Useful token

1.18 Security token

1.19 Stable currencies

2.1 Bitcoin

2.2 Ethereum

2.3 Hyperledger Fabric

2.4 Tendermint

2.5 Swirlds, Hederahashgraph

2.6 Ouroboros, Cardano

2.7 Algorand

2.8 ZkSnarks, ZCash

2.9 Lightning Network

2.10 Atomic Swaps

2.11 Cosmos

2.12 Tezos

2.13 EOS

2.14 Mimblewimble

2.15 Dfinity

2.16 Plasma

2.17 Avalanche

3.1 What is a financial asset?

3.2 Main characteristics of financial assets

3.2.1 Liquidity

3.2.2 Risk

3.2.3 Profitability

3.2.4 Volatility

3.3 Commodities

3.3 Types of financial assets

3.3.1 Derivatives

3.3.1.1 Exchange-traded derivatives

3.3.1.2 Over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives

3.3.1.3 Risks

3.3.2 Synthetics

7.1 Types of Regulations

7.2 SAFT

7.3 KYC, AML & Howey Test

7.4 Benefits of the security token

7.5 Uses of the security token

7.6 Settlement times

7.7 Current ecosystems

5.1 New or more of the same?

5.2 Evolution of the monetary system

5.3 Origins of the crypt coins

5.2 Cryptomoney vs. currency (asset pair concept)

5.3 Digital purses

5.3.2 Types of purses and uses

5.3.1 Metamask

5.3.2 MyEther Wallet

5.3.3 Coinbase Wallet

5.3.4 Argentina

5.3.5 Alphawallet

5.3.6 Sablier

6.1 Example of assets

6.2 Asset classes

6.2.1 Tangibles

6.2.2 Intangibles

6.2.3 Non-consumable

6.2.4 Consumables

6.2.5 Transfers of rights and transfer of limited rights

6.3 Examples of current legal tokenization business models

6.3.1 Decentralized business model with licenses

6.3.2 Decentralized business model through trading system

6.3.3 Decentralized business model with return on assets

6.3.4 Decentralized vaulting and smartcontract business model

6.4 Tokenization flowchart

6.5 Asset tokenisation by sector

6.6 Tokenization failures

6.7 Tokenization potential in financial trading

6.8 Social tokenization

6.9 Conclusions

7.1 Benefits

7.2 Disadvantages

7.3 Centralisation/decentralisation duality

7.4 Identity versus decentralization

7.5 Ownership versus decentralization

7.6 Attributes of DeFi decentralised finance

7.7 Security token attributes

7.7.1 Tokenisation and liquidity

7.7.2 Classification of assets based on liquidity

7.7.3 Types of assets based on liquidity

7.8 DeFiVortex

7.8.1 Commission area

7.8.2 Liquidity mining area

7.8.3 Area of the tokenized assets sector

1.8.4 Asset management baskets area

1.8.5 Liquid pool area

8.1 Methods of financing

8.1.1 Equity Crowdfunding

8.1.2 ICO

8.1.2.1 Ethereum

8.1.2.2 Filecoin

8.1.2.3 Complexion

8.1.2.4 Bancor

8.1.2.5 EOS

8.1.2.6 Telegram

8.1.3 STO

8.1.3.1 Moviecoin

8.1.3.2 Aspen Coin

8.1.3.3 Products

8.1.3.4 Spice VC

8.1.3.5 tZERO

8.1.3.6 Blockchain Capital

8.1.3.7 Other STOs

8.1.4 IDO

8.1.4.1 UMA Protocol

8.1.4.2 Compound

8.1.4.3 Balancer

8.1.4.4 mStable

8.1.4.5 Curve

8.1.5 IEO

8.1.6 Cash flowtokens

8.1.10 DAO Financing

8.2 From ICOS to the DeFi market

9.1 Ethereum

9.2 Smart contracts at Ethereum

9.3 ERCs & EIPs

9.4 Ethereum Virtual Machine

9.3 Ethereum and public goods

9.4 Standards

9.4.1 ERC-20 standard

9.4.2 Standard ERC-721

9.4.3 Standard ERC-1410

9.4.4 ERC-1400 standard

9.4.5 Standard ERC-1155

9.5 Other platforms with smart contracts

9.6 MCAP

9.7 Conclusion

10.1 Value levels

10.1.2 Level 1 protocols

10.1.2.1 Algorand

10.1.2.1 LIBRA

10.1.3 Level 2 standards

10.1.3.1

10.1.3.2

10.1.4 Level 3 products

10.1.4.1

10.1.4.2

10.2 Characteristics of a De-Fi network

10.2 How do decentralized financial networks work?

10.3 Indicators of blockchain networks

10.4 Example of indicators in decentralized networks

11.5 Threats

11.6 Metaplatforms

11.7 Exponential growth in decentralized networks

11.1 Characteristics of De-Fi applications

11.1.1 Exchanges

11.1.2 Tokenization platforms

11.1.3 Safety standards

11.1.4 Investors

11.1.5 Liquidity providers

11.1.6 Technologies outside the chain

11.1.7 Regulators

11.1.8 Custodians

11.1.9 Derivatives

12.1 Collateralisation

12.1.1 Compound

12.1.1.1 cToken

12.1.2 CAD Maker

12.1.2.1 IAD

12.1.2.2 PDC

12.1.2.3 Oasis

12.2 Securities tokenization

12.2.1 Securitize

12.2.1.1 DS Protocol

12.2.2 Bankex

12.2.2.1 Asset test protocol

12.2.3 AbacusProtocol

12.2.3.1 S-Token standard

12.2.4 Harbor

12.2.4.1 R-Token standard

12.2.5 Tokensoft

12.2.5.1 Crypto Securities

12.2.6 Polymath

12.3 Voting and governance

12.3.1 Complexion

12.3.2 Dfinity

12.3.2.1 Blockchain Nervous System

12.4Privacy

12.4.1 Enigma

12.4.1.2 Secret Smart Contracts

12.4.2 Oasis Labs

12.4.3 MimbleWimble

12.4.3.1 Advantages

12.4.3.2 Disadvantages

12.4.3.1 Grin

12.4.3.2 BEAM

12.4.4 Bulletproofs

12.4.5 Zk-snarks

12.5 Identity

12.5.1 Onfido

12.5.2 UPort

12.6 Access to data outside the chain

12.6.1 Augur

12.6.1.1 Forecast markets

12.6.2 Tellor

12.6.2.1 Hybrid protocol

12.6.3 Band Protocol

12.6.4 Rhombus

16.7 Access to data in the chain

12.7.1 TheGraph

12.8 Legal contracts in the chain

12.8.1 Openlaw

12.8.2 Accord Project

12.9 Other protocols

12.9.2 Stellar

12.9.2.1 Stellar Consensus Protocol

12.9.3 Hedera Hashgraph

12.9.3.1 HBAR & aBFT

13.1 Emerging markets theory

13.2 Liquidity

13.2.1 Cyber Network

13.2.2 Bancor

13.2.3 Uniswap

13.2.4 Curve 

13.2.5 Probable and pTokens 

13.2.6 Bird

13.2.6.1 Flash loans

13.2.7 Ethereum Money Lego

13.2.8 Balancer

13.2.9 BlockFi

13.2.10 The Two Token Waterfall

13.3 Access

13.3.1 IPFS

13.4 Crosschain

13.4.1 Cosmos

13.4.2 Polkadot

13.4.3 Phala Network

13.5 Debt

13.5.1 Dharma Protocol

13.6 Derivatives

13.6.1 Lack of adoption

13.6.2 Factors for adoption

13.6.3 Benefits of adoption

13.6.4 Types of crypto-derivatives

13.6.5 Ideas for the future

13.6.6 DyDx

13.6.7 Synthetix

13.6.8 UMA Protocol

13.6.9 FTX Exchange

13.7 Supply chain

13.7.1 Centrifuge OS

13.8 Security

13.8.1 51% attacks

13.8.1.1 Solutions to 51% attacks

13.8.2 Hacks

13.8.2.1 Hacks in Synthetix

13.8.2.2 Hacks in dForce

13.8.2.3 Hacks with ERC777

13.8.2.3 Hacks in Blockfolio

13.8.2.4 Bisq Hacks

13.9 Marginal improvements

14.1 How do oracles work?

14.2 Deterministic space

14.3 Non-deterministic space

14.4 Types of oracles

14.5 Blockchain nets with oracles

14.5.1 Augur

14.5.2 Aeternity

14.5.3 Chainlink

14.5.3.1 Derivatives withChainlink

14.6 Companies that provide Oracle solutions

14.6.1 Smartcontract

14.6.2 Market Protocol

14.6.3 Likely

14.6.4 Witnet

14.6.5 Rhombus

15.1 How to value a digitized asset?

15.2 Factors influencing valuation

15.3 Valuation factors based on blockchain

15.4 Asset-based valuation factors

15.5 Other types of valuations

15.5.1 Methods of Relative Valuation

15.5.2 Absolute valuation methods

15.5.3 CAMP model

15.5.4 Behavioral theory

16.7 ERC-1404

16.8 ERC-1400

16.9 ERC-1155

16.10 Conclusión

15.1 Tokenizing property

15.2 Debt

15.2.1 Debt Tokenization

15.3 Actions

15.3.1Tokenisation of actions

15.4 Derivatives

15.4.1 Tokenisation of derivatives

15.5 Covered Warranties

15.6 DeFi Bank

16.7 ERC-1404

16.8 ERC-1400

16.9 ERC-1155

16.10 Conclusión

16.1 Crypto finance vs. OTC products

16.2 Market regulation

16.3 Taxation

16.4 Exchanges with guarantees

16.6 working with derivatives (not in possession of the asset)

16.6.1 Types of operations (Long and Short)

16.7 Crypto arbitration

16.8 Exchanges analysis

16.8.1 Binance

16.8.2 Future markets

16.8.3 Short-term operations

16.8.4 Operations in Open Finance Network

16.8.5 Operations in TZERO

16.8.6 Operations on FTX Exchange

16.8.7 DyDx Exchange operations

16.8.8 Aave Operations

16.8.9 Instadapp operations

16.8.10 Uniswap operations

16.9.11 DeFi background

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