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Have you heard about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies? Then you will also have heard about Blockchain, the technology behind. This video lecture series teaches blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. Our four lecturers from Hamburg, Washington, Seoul and Mumbai give you a deeper understanding of how Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies work. You will be enabled to understand and use this technology. The lectures are about the core technology itself, its usage by current applications, potentials, connection to smart contracts and more. Theoretical content will be practiced in lab exercises. This lectures are made for people with basic understanding of information technology.

This exercise is focused on an Ethereum hack. You will learn how hacks on Ethereum blockchain are possible and how such a hack works.

Students shall

  • be able to work on Ethereum Blockchain and create transactions in Remix.
  • be able to reproduce an Ethereum hack.
  • understand how Ethereum hacks can work.

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Part 1 – Hack on Ethereum Smart Contract
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November 30, 2018

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Part 2 – Hack on Ethereum Smart Contract 2
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December 06, 2018

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Zhijun William Zhang

Justus Samuel Piechowiak

Julian Nicolai Kakarott

Prof. Dr. Volker Skwarek

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