About the course
Building Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, &and smart contracts by building decentralized applications using Ethereum.
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.
This course provides you with a clear approach to building cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and decentralized applications. Throughout the course, we walk you through a detailed step-by-step process to build advanced Ethereum projects. Each project will teach you just enough about Ethereum to be productive right away. You will learn how tokenization works, how to think in a decentralized way, and how to build Blockchain-based distributed computing systems. You will build interesting projects with Ethereum such as wallets, copyright, secure data sharing, and more.
By the end of this video, you will be able to tackle Blockchain challenges by implementing projects end-to-end using the full power of the Ethereum Blockchain
The code bundle for this video course is available at: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Ethereum-Projects
Style and Approach
A hands-on approach from an author who has loved Ethereum since its creation. After showing some real-life examples we will get into building smart contracts and integrating them within applications. You will work with example applications as they're developed and thoroughly explained. You will get to witness first-hand why Ethereum is so highly regarded and will be challenged constantly to start creating your own decentralized applications.
What You Will Learn
- Develop your ideas fast and efficiently using the Ethereum Blockchain
- Make writing and deploying smart contracts easy and manageable.
- Work with private data in a Blockchain application.
- Handle large files in a Blockchain application.
- Ensure your decentralized applications are safe.
- How Ethereum development frameworks work (Truffle/Mocha/…).
- Create your own cryptocurrency/token on the Ethereum Blockchain.
- Make sure our cryptocurrency is ERC20-compliant to launch an ICO
Kenny Vaneetvelde had been trading Bitcoin for a few years until recently 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 RandD, developing prototypes and educating new employees in a consultancy firm so that they could start up a new Blockchain branch.