“Cryptocurrency and Blockchain 101: From Basics to Advanced Concepts” is a comprehensive online course designed to provide a thorough understanding of the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. This course covers a wide range of topics, starting with an introduction to cryptocurrencies and the difference between coins and tokens. It delves into the transactional process of cryptocurrencies, exploring the interactions between miners and users. Additionally, the course examines the application of contract and trust law principles in cryptocurrency disputes.
The course also explores the advantages of conducting transactions using cryptocurrencies compared to traditional fiat currencies. Participants will gain insights into Bitcoin and crypto mining, understanding the concept behind these digital assets. The fundamentals of blockchains are thoroughly explained, including their architecture design and the relationship between blockchains and cryptocurrencies. Lastly, the course examines the pros and cons of blockchain technology, providing a balanced perspective on its potential benefits and limitations.
Whether you are new to the world of cryptocurrencies or seeking to deepen your understanding of blockchain technology, this course offers a comprehensive overview. By the end of this course, participants will have a solid foundation in cryptocurrencies and blockchain, enabling them to navigate this rapidly evolving landscape with confidence and informed decision-making.
Lilian has a broad civil and commercial practice encompassing various areas of laws, with emphases on land and building management, trusts and probate, company law and directors’disputes, commercial law, civil fraud, and family and matrimonial law. Apart from general civil work, she has developed interest and expertise in mental health law recently and accepted instructions in several cases concerning the appointment, revocation and variation of family committee of the alleged mentally incapacitated persons under Part II of the Mental Health Ordinance (MHO) and appeals against Guardianship Board under Part IV of the MHO.
Lilian is regularly instructed to appear in civil trials and contested interlocutory applications, either led or in her own right. She also has experience dealing with urgent applications such as freezing injunctions and disclosure orders in sum recovery and civil fraud cases. Apart from court work, she has taken up numerous instructions to advise in a range of civil cases.
Aside from practice, Lilian is an author, contributor, and annotator for a well-known Hong Kong based company for its various legal publications in the areas of mental health law, civil fraud, employment law, and data protection.