Ethereum Projects for Beginners

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  • Develop your ideas fast and efficiently using the Ethereum blockchain
  • Make writing and deploying smart contracts easy and manageable
  • Work with private data in blockchain applications
  • Handle large files in blockchain applications
  • Ensure your decentralized applications are safe
  • Explore how Ethereum development frameworks work
  • Create your own cryptocurrency or token on the Ethereum blockchain
  • Make sure your cryptocurrency is ERC20-compliant to launch an ICO

Ethereum enables the development of efficient, smart contracts that contain code. These smart contracts can interact with other smart contracts to make decisions, store data, and send Ether to others.Ethereum Projects for Beginners provides you with a clear introduction to creating cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and decentralized applications. As you make your way through the book, you’ll get to grips with detailed step-by-step processes to build advanced Ethereum projects. Each project will teach you enough about Ethereum to be productive right away. You will learn how tokenization works, think in a decentralized way, and build blockchain-based distributed computing systems. Towards the end of the book, you will develop interesting Ethereum projects such as creating wallets and secure data sharing.By the end of this book, you will be able to tackle blockchain challenges by implementing end-to-end projects using the full power of the Ethereum blockchain.

  • Build your own decentralized applications using real-world blockchain examples
  • Implement Ethereum for building smart contracts and cryptocurrency applications with easy-to-follow projects
  • Enhance your application security with blockchain
Page Count 106
Course Length 3 hours 10 minutes
ISBN 9781789537406
Date Of Publication 24 Jul 2018


Kenny Vaneetvelde

Kenny Vaneetvelde had been trading Bitcoin for a few years when he heard about a new technology called Ethereum and was completely captivated by it. After learning all that he could about Ethereum and other blockchain technologies that had suddenly started sprouting up everywhere, he spent over a year doing R and D, developing prototypes, and training new employees in a consultancy firm so that they could start up a new blockchain branch.