Building Blockchain Projects

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Learn
  • Walk through the basics of the Blockchain technology
  • Implement Blockchain’s technology and its features, and see what can be achieved using them
  • Build DApps using Solidity and Web3.js
  • Understand the geth command and cryptography
  • Create Ethereum wallets
  • Explore consortium blockchain
About

Blockchain is a decentralized ledger that maintains a continuously growing list of data records that are secured from tampering and revision. Every user is allowed to connect to the network, send new transactions to it, verify transactions, and create new blocks, making it permission-less.

This book will teach you what Blockchain is, how it maintains data integrity, and how to create real-world Blockchain projects using Ethereum. With interesting real-world projects, you will learn how to write smart contracts which run exactly as programmed without any chance of fraud, censorship, or third-party interference, and build end-to-end applications for Blockchain.

You will learn about concepts such as cryptography in cryptocurrencies, ether security, mining , smart contracts, solidity, and more. You will also learn about web sockets, various API services for Ethereum, and much more.

The blockchain is the main technical innovation of bitcoin, where it serves as the public ledger for bitcoin transactions.

Features
  • Create powerful, end-to-end applications for Blockchain using Ethereum
  • Write your first program using the Solidity programming language
  • Change the way you think and design your applications by using the all new database-Blockchain
Page Count 266
Course Length 7 hours 58 minutes
ISBN 9781787122147
Date Of Publication 26 Apr 2017

Authors

Narayan Prusty

Narayan Prusty is a full-stack developer. He works as a consultant for various start-ups around the world. He has worked on various technologies and programming languages but is very passionate about JavaScript, WordPress, Ethereum, Solr, React, Cordova, MongoDB, and AWS. Apart from consulting for various start-ups, he also runs a blog titled QNimate and a video tutorial site titled QScutter, where he shares information about a lot of the technologies he works on.