Cryptocurrency trainings

Ethereum Basics

The cryptocurrencies and blockchain have developed rapidly. The Ethereum blockchain has undeniably grown alongside Bitcoin to become one of the most frequently used. Research on the Ethereum blockchain therefore offers many opportunities for investigators, but also new challenges. How can the investigator deal with this?

During the “Ethereum Basics” training, participants learn all ins & outs of the Ethereum Blockchain. Students learn to investigate using multiple angles and with various open source tools. After the training, they can track Ethereum transactions, swaps and staking and lending and de-anonymize users. They are also able to report their findings.

For whom is this training intended?
This two-day training is for anyone who conducts (investigative) research in the blockchain and cryptocurrency. The training is suitable for, among others, police detectives and other investigation and security services, theme investigators, financial institutions (CDD, KYC, AML), private investigators, etc.

What do you learn during the training?
At the end of this training, participants will have insight into the possibilities and challenges of the Ethereum blockchain. The participants have gained knowledge about the most important basic aspects (both technical and social aspects) of this blockchain as well as the operation and implementation of smart contracts. After completing the training, they can also investigate and analyze this using open source tools.

Other information
The training can be provided in Dutch or English; both classroom and online. Furthermore, the training is modular, making it possible to put together a tailor-made training with matching case studies.

For more information about the Ethereum Investigations Basics contact us.

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