Introduction to Blockchain and Ethereum : Use Distributed Ledgers to Validate Digital Transactions in a Decentralized and Trustless Manner
Fatima Castiglione Maldonado

Build distributed applications that resolve data ownership issues when working with transactions between multiple partiesKey FeaturesExplore a perfect balance between theories and hands-on activitiesDiscover popular Blockchain use cases such as BitcoinCreate your first smart contract in Solidity for EthereumBook DescriptionBlockchain applications provide a single-shared ledger to eliminate trust issues involving multiple stakeholders. With the help of Introduction to Blockchain and Ethereum, you'll learn how to create distributed Blockchain applications which do not depend on a central server or datacenter. The course begins by explaining Bitcoin, Altcoins, and Ethereum, followed by taking you through distributed programming using the Solidity language on the Ethereum Blockchain. By the end of this course, you'll be able to write, compile, and deploy your own smart contracts to the Ethereum Blockchain.What you will learnGrasp Blockchain concepts such as private and public keys, addresses, wallets, and hashesSend and analyze transactions in the Ethereum Rinkeby test networkCompile and deploy your own ERC20-compliant smart contracts and tokensTest your smart contracts using MyEtherWalletCreate a distributed web interface for your contractCombine Solidity and JavaScript to create your very own decentralized applicationWho this book is forIntroduction to Blockchain and Ethereum is ideal for you if you want to get to grips with Blockchain technology and develop your own distributed applications with smart contracts written in Solidity. Prior exposure to an object-oriented programming language such as JavaScript is needed, as you'll cover the basics before getting straight to work.

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