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Build your web3 portfolio, launch a startup or get a job
Web3 is an extraordinary lab of social experiments where:
- 1.Everything is possible.
- 2.Resource allocation is fair.
- 3.Governance is transparent.
- 4.Contribution is more important than lineage.
- 5.People create new value instead of playing zero-sum games.
That's why we engage people to join the movement and build the new world.
- 1.Web3 community is welcoming and fun.
- 2.Large demand for seed-stage startups: $4.5B a16z fund, and more.
- 4.The course pays students as they progress.
- 5.You'll build a web3 portfolio.
- 6.The course is split into tiny digestible pieces.
- 7.Tons of practice and mutual interaction.
- 8.Helps you to launch a startup, raise pre-seed grant, or get a web3 job.
- 9.Open doors with industry connections
Our ideal student has 3+ years of web2 experience building on JS, Python, NodeJS, React, TypeScript or another mainstream framework.
😎 Speaking to your friends about blockchain, web3, and crypto like a pro
🤓 Understanding the web3 principles: what are the rules of the game, what community needs, and how to deliver it
👾 Building UI for web3: managing wallets, reading blockchain data, signing transactions, etc.
🛠 Building Solidity smart contracts: DeFi, NFT, DAO, voting, and more.
🚀 Navigating the web3 space: how to find a part- or full-time job, analyze the quality of projects, etc.
🦄 Bonus: Polishing your pre-seed pitch to raise funds for your startup.
The course is 100% online and will take 3 weeks. The average engagement will be:
- 10-15 mins per day for reading, searching, and training.
- 2-3 online 1-hour seminars per week:
- ⚙️ hackathons
- 🚀 speedruns
- Optional: working on real tasks from the big web3 platforms.
The course is designed to consume a tiny bit of time but regularly. If a student misses two calls in a row and is not completing homework on time — we move him to the next batch to start the course from scratch.
- History of blockchains
- Communication problems and consensus in centralized world
- Types of consensus in blockchains: PoW, PoS, etc.
- Miners and validators
- Blockchain consensus issues
- Blockchain cryptography:
- Understanding Ciphers: The Basis of All Cryptography
- Symmetric Cryptography
- Asymmetric Cryptography
- Public and private keys
- Digital signature
- Merkle trees and roots
- Blockchain network and structure
- Block elements, header, size, transaction counter, and transaction data
- What is genesis block?
- Types of blockchains: public, private, consortium, hybrid
- Cross-Chain interoperability
- Tools: Remix, HardHat, Truffle, Waffle
- What is Solidity?
- What can Solidity do?
- Why Solidity?
- The Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)
- Node software, contracts, and transactions
- How to bootstrap a network
- Blockchain protocols
- 🔥 Tons of practice in developing apps 🔥
- 🔥 Tons of practice: speedruns, hackathons, and challenges 🔥
- Ethereum Speed Run Challenge
- Decentralized Staking App
- Token Vendor
- Build a DEX
- Build a Guild
- Multisig Wallets
- Build an NFT & list on OpenSea
- Multisig, Gnosis Safe
- Building on top of existing protocols
The main thing that matters in web3 is your contribution to the community. You will build a Github portfolio of completed tasks that will significantly help you get a job.
There are many options to earn here:
- 1.Mint DAO tokens as you learn.
- 2.Complete grant tasks from blockchain protocols.
- 3.Participate in contests.
- 4.Launch your startup and raise funds.
- 5.Get a job.
- 1,500 EVITA tokens sent to the DAO public wallet (0x5ed8729679ba0c0a734cce22fc88742b54f5ce49).
It's a DAO token used to pay for the learn2earn courses. People earn EVITA for completing homework, passing exams, mentoring, and engaging more students in our community.
EVITA also represents a piece of DAOs treasury, filled with equity of startups of our community members. It aligns our interests and motivates us to help each other.
Evita has the right to deny a student's application without detailed explanations.