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October 12, 2017, 03:20:03 PM
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This forum has a developer section. Probably you will find the necessary information here https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-documentation
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October 12, 2017, 03:54:06 PM
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Depends on what your interest is, whether you're interested in the trading side or technical side or general economics.
I'd suggest picking up a good book and reading it. I really enjoyed "Mastering Bitcoin" although its more of a technical book than a trading or economics book. It's still worth reading if you're reasonably technical so you develop a good grounding in what Bitcoin actually is in terms of technology.

Beyond that there are some good Podcasts and website that cover the trading side.
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October 12, 2017, 11:16:31 PM
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Hi,

I am a IT developer with quite a bit of experience but never paid attention to development aspects of crypto/smart contracts. I have been playing with BTC and ETH for sometime so i do understand from the currency aspect of it.

Now i want to get involved with the development aspect of it to get to the details of the technology and to unlock the opportunity it has for a tech developers like me.

Can you share your thoughts how one could travel the path and where to start and what to follow. I am sure there are many like me and a healthy discussion would be very helpful for many.

If there is was a discussing in this line and provide answers to my questions please point me in that directions.

TIA

For me, i started by building a GPU mining rig first, then i set my google alerts to all things blockchain.  Watched a few netflix movies about it, watched a few ted talks, read Satoshi's whitepaper then i joined this forum and stared to ask questions...

Just a gal on a mission
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October 13, 2017, 02:46:44 AM
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this forum would be a great placed also to understand further more about crypto..and more page in the facebook just like their page and enjoy reading and learning about it
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October 13, 2017, 05:43:48 AM
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Hi,

I am a IT developer with quite a bit of experience but never paid attention to development aspects of crypto/smart contracts. I have been playing with BTC and ETH for sometime so i do understand from the currency aspect of it.

Now i want to get involved with the development aspect of it to get to the details of the technology and to unlock the opportunity it has for a tech developers like me.

Can you share your thoughts how one could travel the path and where to start and what to follow. I am sure there are many like me and a healthy discussion would be very helpful for many.

If there is was a discussing in this line and provide answers to my questions please point me in that directions.

TIA


I am an IT as well. I also had the same problem like what you are having now. The thing is, when I first started in the bitcoin community I haven't had a clue as well. However, you can do some reading and studying inside the forum to help you out.  Wink

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