The Business User Learning Track provides the foundational knowledge and skills required to successfully gain a better understanding of how GumboNet works and utilize the features within the user interface.
Click the link to each step below to complete this learning track.
Step 1: What is GumboNet?
GumboNetTM is a massively interconnected industrial blockchain network of companies, customers, suppliers and vendors that integrates specific transactional data with automated smart contracts powered by blockchain technology.
Step 2: Blockchain 101
Gain a foundational understanding of blockchain technology and how Data Gumbo is leveraging blockchain to help companies boost transactional efficiencies.
Step 3: Smart Contracts 101
Smart contracts powered by blockchain technology provide an innovative approach to streamline operations, improve visibility and transparency with accurate and current data, and empower counterparties to reduce inefficiencies and capture significant cost savings across the built environment.
Step 4: Digital Ledgers
Blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions, but virtually everything of value.
GumboNet Users have access to create, view, monitor and manage ledgers.
- What is a Ledger?
- What is a Node?
- Life Cycle of a Ledger
- How to Create a Ledger in GumboNet
Step 5: Blocks and Dispute Resolution
A block is the building element of a blockchain. In general, it is a transaction with backing information, and each block is a digital page in a larger collection, called a ledger. A ledger is a digital transactional, record-keeping system.
GumboNet Users have access to view, monitor and manage blocks.
- What is a Block?
- Download Blocks
- Dispute Resolutions
Step 6: GumboNet and KPI Dashboards
The GumboNet and KPI Dashboards are used to visually understand transaction summary data for better business insights and to inform decisions. The Dashboards provide an executive-level blockchain transaction summary to easily view real-time revenue, expenses, and disputes across deployed smart contracts.
Step 7: GumboConnect
In GumboNet, GumboConnect allows a company to view its network connections, connection requests, invitations, and those outside of its network. Once companies are connected, the parties can enter a smart contract seamlessly.
Step 8: Submit the form below to confirm you have completed the Business User Learning Track.