While the number of blockchain-related jobs is constantly increasing and you are probably wondering what are the necessary skills to enter the industry, Tempson True prepared a list with the most valuable skills you will need if you want to become a high-paying blockchain developer. Make sure to keep notes!
While barriers are growing for the unbanked and underbanked in day-to-day life, they’re shrinking in the world of cryptocurrency. In this article, Sheffield Clark gives an overview of the digital economy.
What are the best practices when it comes to blockchain ledgers? In this article by Igor Barinov, learn about the importance of block explorers and how to use BlockScout to your best advantage. This open source tool was created with the needs of developers in mind.
Hyperledger Global Forum is behind us but now’s the perfect time for an overview of the most important announcements, plans, and takeaways. In this interview, we speak with Brian Behlendorf about what the future holds for blockchain, how certifications are changing the enterprise and the goals of Hyperledger in 2019.
Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.1 was announced earlier this month. The latest release focuses on two major new features, namely an improved consensus interface and support for WebAssembly smart contracts. We talked to James Mitchell, Sawtooth maintainer and president of Bitwise IO about the most important changes in Sawtooth 1.1, its use cases and what’s next for this framework.
Hyperledger Global Forum is behind us but now’s the perfect time for an overview of the most important announcements, plans, and takeaways. Stay tuned for an interview with Brian Behlendorf, the Executive Director of Hyperledger!
If you operationally treat blockchain networks largely the same and then build your continuous integration/continuous deployment and other systems just as you would for software built on previous generations of technology, then you have an ability to leverage all the niceties that cloud environments offer. We talked to Casey Kuhlman, CEO of Monax about the benefits of running blockchains in the cloud, the lessons learned and his blockchain predictions for 2019.
Zhuling Chen introduces the serious potential of side chains on a blockchain, for reducing the congestion that comes along with a higher volume of users, so that transactions are not slowed down. With this new technological infrastructure, a parallel processing will be easier and allow a higher level of customization of dApps. It is the way to handle a high traffic and speed up the system.
Blockchain may be one of the hottest new trends, but its track record is still thin on data security. Plus, how will it react to future changes like quantum computing? Gary Stevens explains how blockchain’s proponents can take advantage of the technology’s inherent security.
2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. Today. we’re kicking off a week of predictions for next year. First up: blockchain! Emmanuel Thiriez explains five of his predictions for distributed ledger tech for the new year.
When looking to dive into Ethereum, the first important step is to broaden the scope *beyond* Ethereum
When it comes to blockchain, opinions regarding its journey to the mainstream are divided. However, for developers, this is not necessarily the most important aspect of this technology. We caught up with Jana Petkanic at the Blockchain Technology Conference and talked about Ethereum, blockchain misconceptions, and what developers should keep in mind before diving into Ethereum.
All technology needs a voice, in a figurative sense, and that voice is an API. To package your technology as a product, you need to build an API for it. In the same way, blockchain needs to be packaged with an API in order to be a product. We talked to Ilya Pupko, Chief Architect at Jitterbit about blockchain’s need for strong APIs, how the API economy is set to revolutionize blockchain and more.
“Anyone who needs a modular cryptographic library for blockchain might find Hyperledger Ursa useful”
Hyperledger Ursa is the latest project to be accepted by Hyperledger’s Technical Steering Committee. This modular, flexible cryptography library is intended for—but not limited to—use by other projects in Hyperledger. We talked to Hart Montgomery, Hyperledger Ursa maintainer about the goals of this project, its two modules, future and more.
Still not sure about blockchain? Robert van Mölken explores the basics of distributed ledger technologies and shows how they can be a solid foundation for future success. Here, we dive deeper into the architectural intricacies that make up blockchain.