Training

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.

Courses and seminars:

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.

1.1 What is blockchain?

1.2 Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple ... What are cryptocurrencies?

1.3 What is a consensus algorithm?

1.4 Consensus algorithm versus protocol

1.5 Pow and Pos

1.6 Cryptocurrency and token

2.1 What is a token?

2.2 Functions of a token

2.3 Currency Token (CurrencyToken)

2.4 Utility Token

2.5 Metcalfe Law

2.6 Security Token

3.1 What is a financial asset?

3.2 The example of CanopyGrowth

4.1 SEC and DAO Report

5.1 Example of assets

5.2 The case of diamonds

5.3 The case of diamonds II

5.4 In summary, tokenization

6.1 Intangibles

6.2 Non-Fungibles

6.3 Fungibles

6.4 Limited rights transfers

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

8.1 Model with licenses

8.2 Model through trading system

8.3 Model with asset yield

8.4 Vault model and Smart Contract

8.1 Model with licenses

8.2 Model through trading system

8.3 Model with asset yield

8.4 Vault model and Smart Contract

10.1 Identity versus decentralization

10.2 Property versus decentralization

11.1 Security tokens are values

11.2 Security tokens are not utility tokens

11.3 Security token once, security token always

12.1 Initial Currency Offer (ICO)

12.2 ICO Market

12.3 Security Token Offer (STO)

12.4 STO Market

12.1 Initial Currency Offer (ICO)

12.2 ICO Market

12.3 Security Token Offer (STO)

12.4 STO Market

16.1 Ethereum

16.2 Ethereum Plasma

16.3 Smart Contract

16.4 ERC-20

16.5 ERC-721

16.6 CryptoKitties

16.7 ERC-1404

16.8 ERC-1400

16.9 ERC-1155

16.10 Conclusión

16.1 Ethereum

16.2 Ethereum Plasma

16.3 Smart Contract

16.4 ERC-20

16.5 ERC-721

16.6 CryptoKitties

16.7 ERC-1404

16.8 ERC-1400

16.9 ERC-1155

16.10 Conclusión

18.1 What is a network of security tokens?

18.2 How does security token networks work?

18.3 Blockchain network indicators

18.4 Threats

19.1 Voting and Governance

19.2 Dfinity

19.3 POA Network

19.4 Privacy

19.5 Enigma

19.6 Bulletproofs

19.7 Oasis Labs

19.8 Identity

19.9 UPort

19.10 Access to data

19.11 The Graph

19.12 Access to data outside the chain

19.13 Augur

19.14 Rhombus

19.15 Legal contracts in the chain

19.16 Openlaw

19.17 Other protocols

20.1 Crossing the chasm

20.2 Liquidity

20.3 Access

20.4 Crosschain

20.5 Ethereum Virtual Machine

20.6 Debt

20.7 Derivatives

20.8 Marginal improvements

21.1 How do oracles work?

21.2 Deterministic space

21.3 Nondeterministic space

21.4 Types of oracles

21.5 Blockchain networks with oracles

21.6 Companies that provide solutions with oracles

21.7 Lightning Network

21.8 Oracles in the Lightning Network

22.1 Lack of adoption

22.2 Factors for adoption

22.3 Types of crypto-derivatives

22.4 Ideas for the future

23.1 How to value a security token?

23.2 Factors that influence the valuation

23.3 Valuation factors based on blockchain

23.4 Valuation factors based on assets

24.1 Agricultural Sector

24.2 Tokenization companies in the agricultural sector

24.3 Energy Sector

24.4 Tokenization companies in the energy sector

24.5 Mining and Precious Stones Sector

24.6 Tokenizing companies in the precious and industrial minerals sector

24.7 Real Estate Sector

24.8 Real estate sector token companies

25.1 Debt

25.2 Debt Tokenization

25.3 Actions

25.4 Stock Tokenization

25.6 Derivatives

25.7 Tokenization of derivatives

25.8 Covered Warranties

25.9 More info on covered guarantees SEF Token

25.1 Debt

25.2 Debt Tokenization

25.3 Actions

25.4 Stock Tokenization

25.6 Derivatives

25.7 Tokenization of derivatives

25.8 Covered Warranties

25.9 More info on covered guarantees SEF Token

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