Blockchain synonyms to a next general-purpose technology for the economists. The incredible potential value in almost every field of blockchain has generated more clicks that hardly anyone is talking about the blockchain but greatly doing something about it.

As per Deloitte’s global blockchain survey 2020, “85% of survey respondents said that their suppliers, customers, and competitors are discussing/working on blockchain solutions to current challenges in the value chain”.

Well, blockchain is here to stay and everyone has whole-heartedly admitted its mutant tech power. According to Gartner, the stable future of blockchain credits its real benefits in improving data systems and operating costs. More on, the early deficits like off-the-shelf, complete, packaged blockchain solution are bowled over.

Must thank the Hyperledger Blockchain, the most open, down-to-earth and inclusive community. Born in 2016 as a rudimentary platform, Hyperledger makes it easier to come up with new customized solutions handling different business goals. Hyperledger merits start with the famous series of TradeLens and FoodTrust, to simplifying trading of used aeroplane parts (Honeywell), to loyalty program (American Express), to the easy exchange of crucial information (Credit Union), to reducing corruption in public procurement in Latin America or ensuring fair labour conditions in the procurement of raw materials (Volvo Cars). Various projects are undertaken by the Hyperledger community to tailor-fit blockchain for different enterprise use. Hyperledger has become a giant with many projects underneath. For instance, the Hyperledger Fabric project led by IBM provides the base for blockchain-based solutions that can carry out more than 1,000 transactions per second, thus speeding the whole business. Hyperledger Fabric comes with a lot of traction and covers a lot of blockchain developments at the moment. Also, the modular architecture is constantly focused on improving flexibility, and bottlenecks of scalability in the blockchain. Thus, it’s just a matter of time when the remaining business sectors start to use this technology. One can definitely expect a big disruption in the future.

To one’s delight, greater the blockchain adoption, the demand is off the charts for blockchain talent. According to Toptal, the requests for on-demand blockchain talent are skyrocketing. Last year, the market place saw blockchain rise to the fastest-growing skill. 

So why take that risk when you can secure your job or company right away sitting home? Just with a Hyperledger certification course, you can become a pro in Hyperledger skills and build your own network.

Kerala Blockchain Academy is offering developer training in Hyperledger Fabric to help meet the growing need for professionals with blockchain skills. The Associate Member and Official Training Partner of Hyperledger Linux Foundation, is offering 100% online, 50-hours advanced developer training with 75% hands-on exercises and 25% theory lectures. More on, being an instructor-led developer program, every student gets to work with an expert mentor in developing blockchain applications on Fabric. By the end of the course, students will become proficient in enterprise blockchain development and fully armed to build their own real-life applications of any complexity. The course modules are highly related and aligned to the industry demands and newly posted job descriptions in the blockchain industry. The Hyperledger developer program begins with a refreshing intro on blockchain terminologies and applications opening to extensive coverage of Hyperledger Fabric components and architecture. The use-case driven approach makes it lighter to understand the concepts and obtain practical skills in implementing business logic and creating enterprise blockchain-based applications. The next batch starts on 17 May 2021. For more details, visit https://kba.ai/certified-hyperledger-developer-fabric/.