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August 16, 2017, 05:22:04 PM
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How do I develop a Blockchain based project? Does it make sense to use ethereum for this?

Bitcoin has a distributed structure. Do private companies have to use a distributed structure like this when developing their own projects? For example, can anyone access the Blockchain records in the banking or finance sector?
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Transactions must be included in a block to be properly completed. When you send a transaction, it is broadcast to miners. Miners can then optionally include it in their next blocks. Miners will be more inclined to include your transaction if it has a higher transaction fee.
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August 16, 2017, 05:58:46 PM
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You can develop blockchain based project by the solidity language of ethereum but you should have basic understanding of blockchain before all.

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August 16, 2017, 09:48:28 PM
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How do I develop a Blockchain based project? Does it make sense to use ethereum for this?

Bitcoin has a distributed structure. Do private companies have to use a distributed structure like this when developing their own projects? For example, can anyone access the Blockchain records in the banking or finance sector?

Yes, it does make sense to use ethereum blockchain, but that is one of the many blockchains! Bitcoin has its own blockchain, so does all cryptocurrencies. Then there are some who use the same blockchain like ethereum and waves for their tokens.
Yes, if they start to use blockchain in the banking and financial sector, the record will be accessible (rather viewable is the best term) if the blockchain is public. They can have their private blockchain if they want.
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August 16, 2017, 11:17:36 PM
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How do I develop a Blockchain based project? Does it make sense to use ethereum for this?

Bitcoin has a distributed structure. Do private companies have to use a distributed structure like this when developing their own projects? For example, can anyone access the Blockchain records in the banking or finance sector?

pluralsight has a video tutorial that might help https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/blockchain-fundamentals/table-of-contents it covers etherium blockchain and a demo app using solidity.
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August 16, 2017, 11:56:44 PM
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There are several videos online you can use to start with.you also need to get in touch with a developer to mentor you.Ethereum is better if you ask me  but bitshares is also another good blockchain with relatively more transactions per minute.

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August 16, 2017, 11:59:22 PM
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Do you have any idea about how to develop blockchain? Yes, you can use ethereum, but for what purpose? as a way to crowdfunding or as infrastructure system?
If you want to develop your own blockchain, there are some questions to answer, such as:
- what type of blockchain you want to implement.
- Then, you have to decide on how you’re going to build your mining community.
- Next, you’ll have to figure out how to get the larger community interested in your blockchain. There are literally thousands of
  blockchains available in the world today, and the noise crowds out many new competitors.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-build-a-blockchain
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fake news. real nasty guy. i hear bad things
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August 17, 2017, 02:27:39 AM
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depends on what do you want to accomplish, linux foundation has a project, hyperledger, for blockchain development, it is a very interesting project, supported by big players, it is permissioned blockchain and does not have any cryptocurrency associated, one of the incubator projects has integration ethereum blockchain, take a look ...
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Yes, it does make sense to use ethereum blockchain, but that is one of the many blockchains! Bitcoin has its own blockchain, so does all cryptocurrencies. Then there are some who use the same blockchain like ethereum and waves for their tokens.

Where do we store our blocks when we develop a blockchain-based project with Ethereum? Anyone who develops projects using Ethereum is adding blocks to the Ethereum network?


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Yes, if they start to use blockchain in the banking and financial sector, the record will be accessible (rather viewable is the best term) if the blockchain is public. They can have their private blockchain if they want.

The purpose of blockchain projects is to ensure that everyone has access. But banks will want to hide their data when they use the Blockchain infrastructure for their own projects. Then they will get away from being a distributed and transparent structure. How do banks or financial institutions today monitor Blockchain projects?
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August 17, 2017, 08:08:44 PM
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Do you have any idea about how to develop blockchain? Yes, you can use ethereum, but for what purpose? as a way to crowdfunding or as infrastructure system?
If you want to develop your own blockchain, there are some questions to answer, such as:
- what type of blockchain you want to implement.
- Then, you have to decide on how you’re going to build your mining community.
- Next, you’ll have to figure out how to get the larger community interested in your blockchain. There are literally thousands of
  blockchains available in the world today, and the noise crowds out many new competitors.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-build-a-blockchain

Initially, I am thinking of using the Ethereum infrastructure. After getting some experience here, I can develop my own blockchain. For someone like me who has little experience with this subject, Ethereum will be more logical.

There's something I wonder. When we develop a project using the Ethereum infrastructure, do we need to think about how we will build the mining community? So are we using the ready-made mining infrastructure of Ethereum?
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August 17, 2017, 10:44:58 PM
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If you start on Ethereum and then want to switch to something brand new later, keep in mind that any dev you do on Ethereum will likely need to be redone for the new blockchain.

Like several others have said, it depends on what you are planning to do.
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August 18, 2017, 02:42:51 AM
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We are also seeking for a new possibility in the blockchain industry.
We have spent 2 years of test marketing to research people's awareness in this field in several Asian countries, and decided to take our project to a whole new level.
We hope to announce our project soon and hopefully we can make good discussions here to make our services even better!
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August 18, 2017, 08:30:27 AM
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You can develop blockchain based project by the solidity language of ethereum but you should have basic understanding of blockchain before all.

And that's exactly what he's asking for, you should give specific answers if you have enough knowledge, or no, please do not give meaningless answers.

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August 18, 2017, 03:23:32 PM
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Initially, I am thinking of using the Ethereum infrastructure. After getting some experience here, I can develop my own blockchain. For someone like me who has little experience with this subject, Ethereum will be more logical.

There's something I wonder. When we develop a project using the Ethereum infrastructure, do we need to think about how we will build the mining community? So are we using the ready-made mining infrastructure of Ethereum?

Yes, it will merged mining with ETH, but ETH also have another method besides PoW, there are mixed PoS and betting system called casper, actually it's depends on your needs.
See the details here: https://www.ethereum.org/token
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August 18, 2017, 06:03:54 PM
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How do I develop a Blockchain based project? Does it make sense to use ethereum for this?
Yes and No.It all comes back to what you want to achieve.Eth is good for smart contracts or starting your own token but that's not what blockchain is limited to right ?

Bitcoin has a distributed structure. Do private companies have to use a distributed structure like this when developing their own projects? For example, can anyone access the Blockchain records in the banking or finance sector?
They can run their own private chain but hey that's against what blockchain was developed for.I don't support the idea of private chains.


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August 18, 2017, 06:47:33 PM
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How do I develop a Blockchain based project? Does it make sense to use ethereum for this?
Yes and No.It all comes back to what you want to achieve.Eth is good for smart contracts or starting your own token but that's not what blockchain is limited to right ?
not at all, like i mentioned before there are blockchain projects not related to any cryptocurrency, where you can even model your bussines, and set the corresponding security
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August 22, 2017, 02:31:29 PM
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Find out what is the main purpose of the projects to use this blockchain. Anyway you will need to have basic understanding of etherium blockchain to realize your project.
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August 22, 2017, 11:56:26 PM
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Do you have any idea about how to develop blockchain? Yes, you can use ethereum, but for what purpose? as a way to crowdfunding or as infrastructure system?
If you want to develop your own blockchain, there are some questions to answer, such as:
- what type of blockchain you want to implement.
- Then, you have to decide on how you’re going to build your mining community.
- Next, you’ll have to figure out how to get the larger community interested in your blockchain. There are literally thousands of
  blockchains available in the world today, and the noise crowds out many new competitors.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-build-a-blockchain

Initially, I am thinking of using the Ethereum infrastructure. After getting some experience here, I can develop my own blockchain. For someone like me who has little experience with this subject, Ethereum will be more logical.

There's something I wonder. When we develop a project using the Ethereum infrastructure, do we need to think about how we will build the mining community? So are we using the ready-made mining infrastructure of Ethereum?

It is all about the purpose, and what you mean by a blockchain project.
There are tons of blockchains, think about them like "templates" choose the one who is as close as possible to what you want to realise, adapt it, do the required changes, push them to a repository and start talking about it.
These are the basic steps.

Now deeper steps :
- Identify your needs, purpose, basically answer this question : why do you need a blockchain ?
- Reply to the second question : Is a blockchain required ?

If a blockchain is not required, you should check the different smart contract platforms :
- Ethereum (and its forks)
- EOS
- NEO
- counterparty (soon) (i)
(I don't know all the blockchains who supports smart contracts, i am sure there are more)
(i) : not a blockchain, it is a layer on bitcoin blockchain

If you need a blockchain then :
- What do want it to do ?
- How do you want it to do it ?
- Do you need a strong community ?
- Does it have to be fully or partially decentralized ? (possible)
Once you have the answers, comes the fun part :
- What do you need to build it ?
- What blockchain will you fork ?
- Will you create your own blockchain from the ground ?
All the answers lead to these questions :
- What language to use ?
- Is it enough supported ?
- Is it popular ?
- Do you need static or dynamic language ?
- Does it needs to protect your code ? (at least pseudo protect it)
Once done with these, the hardest part :
- Do you have the required knowledge to do it ?
- How many people do you need in your team to realise it ?
- How and Where will you find them ?
- What would be the optimal team size you aim ?
From there, the real work can start, then comes the questions about the release plan, will you do a crowdsale ? will you release it directly and announce a new blockchain with new services ? it is all up to you.
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August 24, 2017, 06:49:53 PM
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Do you have any idea about how to develop blockchain? Yes, you can use ethereum, but for what purpose? as a way to crowdfunding or as infrastructure system?
If you want to develop your own blockchain, there are some questions to answer, such as:
- what type of blockchain you want to implement.
- Then, you have to decide on how you’re going to build your mining community.
- Next, you’ll have to figure out how to get the larger community interested in your blockchain. There are literally thousands of
  blockchains available in the world today, and the noise crowds out many new competitors.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-build-a-blockchain

Initially, I am thinking of using the Ethereum infrastructure. After getting some experience here, I can develop my own blockchain. For someone like me who has little experience with this subject, Ethereum will be more logical.

There's something I wonder. When we develop a project using the Ethereum infrastructure, do we need to think about how we will build the mining community? So are we using the ready-made mining infrastructure of Ethereum?

It is all about the purpose, and what you mean by a blockchain project.
There are tons of blockchains, think about them like "templates" choose the one who is as close as possible to what you want to realise, adapt it, do the required changes, push them to a repository and start talking about it.
These are the basic steps.

Now deeper steps :
- Identify your needs, purpose, basically answer this question : why do you need a blockchain ?
- Reply to the second question : Is a blockchain required ?

If a blockchain is not required, you should check the different smart contract platforms :
- Ethereum (and its forks)
- EOS
- NEO
- counterparty (soon) (i)
(I don't know all the blockchains who supports smart contracts, i am sure there are more)
(i) : not a blockchain, it is a layer on bitcoin blockchain

If you need a blockchain then :
- What do want it to do ?
- How do you want it to do it ?
- Do you need a strong community ?
- Does it have to be fully or partially decentralized ? (possible)
Once you have the answers, comes the fun part :
- What do you need to build it ?
- What blockchain will you fork ?
- Will you create your own blockchain from the ground ?
All the answers lead to these questions :
- What language to use ?
- Is it enough supported ?
- Is it popular ?
- Do you need static or dynamic language ?
- Does it needs to protect your code ? (at least pseudo protect it)
Once done with these, the hardest part :
- Do you have the required knowledge to do it ?
- How many people do you need in your team to realise it ?
- How and Where will you find them ?
- What would be the optimal team size you aim ?
From there, the real work can start, then comes the questions about the release plan, will you do a crowdsale ? will you release it directly and announce a new blockchain with new services ? it is all up to you.

Hi,

For example, if I want to make a project about copyrights, which one should I choose?

Can I use only blockchain codes without being connected to any system? Do I have to take the bitcoin and customize it for myself?

What is the difference between an ethereum blockchain and a bitcoin blockchain?
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September 02, 2017, 03:14:24 PM
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Do you have any idea about how to develop blockchain? Yes, you can use ethereum, but for what purpose? as a way to crowdfunding or as infrastructure system?
If you want to develop your own blockchain, there are some questions to answer, such as:
- what type of blockchain you want to implement.
- Then, you have to decide on how you’re going to build your mining community.
- Next, you’ll have to figure out how to get the larger community interested in your blockchain. There are literally thousands of
  blockchains available in the world today, and the noise crowds out many new competitors.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-build-a-blockchain

Initially, I am thinking of using the Ethereum infrastructure. After getting some experience here, I can develop my own blockchain. For someone like me who has little experience with this subject, Ethereum will be more logical.

There's something I wonder. When we develop a project using the Ethereum infrastructure, do we need to think about how we will build the mining community? So are we using the ready-made mining infrastructure of Ethereum?

It is all about the purpose, and what you mean by a blockchain project.
There are tons of blockchains, think about them like "templates" choose the one who is as close as possible to what you want to realise, adapt it, do the required changes, push them to a repository and start talking about it.
These are the basic steps.

Now deeper steps :
- Identify your needs, purpose, basically answer this question : why do you need a blockchain ?
- Reply to the second question : Is a blockchain required ?

If a blockchain is not required, you should check the different smart contract platforms :
- Ethereum (and its forks)
- EOS
- NEO
- counterparty (soon) (i)
(I don't know all the blockchains who supports smart contracts, i am sure there are more)
(i) : not a blockchain, it is a layer on bitcoin blockchain

If you need a blockchain then :
- What do want it to do ?
- How do you want it to do it ?
- Do you need a strong community ?
- Does it have to be fully or partially decentralized ? (possible)
Once you have the answers, comes the fun part :
- What do you need to build it ?
- What blockchain will you fork ?
- Will you create your own blockchain from the ground ?
All the answers lead to these questions :
- What language to use ?
- Is it enough supported ?
- Is it popular ?
- Do you need static or dynamic language ?
- Does it needs to protect your code ? (at least pseudo protect it)
Once done with these, the hardest part :
- Do you have the required knowledge to do it ?
- How many people do you need in your team to realise it ?
- How and Where will you find them ?
- What would be the optimal team size you aim ?
From there, the real work can start, then comes the questions about the release plan, will you do a crowdsale ? will you release it directly and announce a new blockchain with new services ? it is all up to you.

Hi,

For example, if I want to make a project about copyrights, which one should I choose?

Can I use only blockchain codes without being connected to any system? Do I have to take the bitcoin and customize it for myself?

What is the difference between an ethereum blockchain and a bitcoin blockchain?

it seems very much the difference.
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