Mastering Ethereum (O'Reilly)
Friday, 04 January 2019

Ethereum is a platform that can be used to run decentralized applications (DApps) and smart contracts that have no central points of failure or control, integrate with a payment network, and operate on an open blockchain. With this practical guide, Andreas M. Antonopoulos and Gavin Wood show how to build smart contracts and DApps on Ethereum and other virtual-machine blockchains.The book is intended to serve both as a reference manual and as a cover-to-cover exploration of Ethereum, starting with a gentle introduction suitable for novice users, and going on through the fundamental tools of Ethereum to technical topics and programming examples.

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Author: Andreas M. Antonopoulos and Gavin Wood
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: December 2018
Pages: 424
ISBN: 978-1491971949
Print: 1491971940
Kindle: B07KGLNL76
Audience: developers interested in Ethereum
Level: Intermediate
Category: Methodology

 

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