Congratulations, you have made it! This Chapter summarises the discussion both concerning our general discussion (this Section) as well as technical considerations (next Section). You can also review the technical discussion in the Chapter 8, with the technical Section putting together the technical discussion that had been gone through until then.
We have considered many different areas of interest concerning blockchain:
As a general summary then, we can note that this introductory course to blockchain has discussed a varied field of topics, with the common factor being blockchain applications. We have covered finance, logistics, mathematics, governance, jurisdiction, business, and programming. It is clear then, that we have not been able to dive too deep in any of these fields. However, this course should leave you with a general idea of how blockchains can be applied and developed, along with basic understanding on the blockchain technology. Hopefully, this is the case, and you may continue your studies further in other courses provided in Finland and elsewhere.
A few words on the evaluation. You can enter the final evaluation whenever you please and you have two hours to answer the questions provided. There are 54 questions in the questionnaire, covering the Chapters one to nine of this course. When answering the questions, take your time and proceed with caution. To pass the course, you need to have at least 27 questions with the correct answer after finishing the final evaluation.
As the author of this course, I am happy that you have taken the time to study blockchains. I wish you all the best in the future.