In this tutorial you will learn about Ethereum – Introduction step by step. So without much to do let’s get started.
Ethereum is the world’s second-largest crypto project by market capitalization and was the first to introduce smart contract functionality to the industry.
Ethereum – Introduction
A huge success of Bitcoin raised hobby inside the minds of several to create their own currencies. Looking at the benefits offered by Bitcoin – a digital currency, people wanted to use the concept of Blockchain in their own applications. People wanted to move out in their physical contracts to smart digital contracts in which numerous issues like repudiation, transparency, security, and etc. Would be routinely addressed. The outcome of this attempt resulted within the creation of Ethereum – a popular platform for creating distributed Blockchain applications that support smart contracts.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a distributed application (DAPP) on Ethereum platform. More particularly, you’ll learn how to write a contract, test it on a local Blockchain and finally deploy it on an external Blockchain for deep testing and commercial use. You will use Solidity, an object-oriented language for contract development. You will also use Remix, an open source IDE for developing and testing contracts. To deploy the tested contract on an external Blockchain, you’ll use Ganache. To interact with the contract you’ll want a purchaser application. We will use MyEtherWallet to create a wallet for each such client. The contract creator will publish the contract. Any other client will look the contact value by usage of the interface provided by the contract and send some money to the writer for executing a part of the contract.
So let us begin by writing the contract.
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