Learn Blockchain Hub

Understand the tech behind cryptocurrencies

Learn Blockchain Hub is destination for developers to learn about the technology behind cryptocurrencies.

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Hi everyone! This is Angela from SitePoint. ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿผ Today Iโ€™m really excited to share with you our new Learn Blockchain Hub. Ethereum is a powerful blockchain-based platform for building distributed applications. Where Bitcoin seeks to decentralize payments, Ethereum has much broader ambitions โ€” replacing and decentralizing all sorts of services that store, manipulate and transfer data and verified records. Our Learn Blockchain Hub will introduce you to the fundamental concepts behind the blockchain, and the use-cases for Ethereum itself. You'll learn how to use Ethereum so that you're functionally literate with it when you start writing your first applications. You'll then be introduced to Solidity, the programming language that Ethereum applications are most frequently written in. Over eight tutorials, you'll learn how to write applications in this language and compile them as you build the Story DAO project. Finally, we've got all the essential Ethereum tools covered โ€” you'll learn Truffle, Geth, Mist, Open Zeppelin, Puppeth, and more in detailed tutorials for beginners. Weโ€™ve worked hard to develop content that we think is interesting, useful and shares our love of learning. My hope is that youโ€™ll learn something new from our hub, so you can take it into the world and kick some ass with Ethereum. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
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This is dope guys, congrats!!
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Thanks @jamie_toyne! We hope you enjoy it ๐Ÿ˜Ž
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Excellent! I might vape even contributed to this too, not so sure ๐Ÿค”
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Editor and one of the authors here (from the gif above), we're super proud of this, it contains a wealth of useful info. Blockchain is evolving like crazy but we're determined to keep the posts current and useful for the foreseeable future. We hope you enjoy reading these as much as we liked putting the thing together, and if you have any suggestions or complaints or observations (or even compliments โ˜บ๏ธ) feel free to tweet at me personally. Oh and, if you're interested in publishing similar content in the future and getting paid for it, do let me know - I'm looking for technical authors over at Bitfalls.com