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BlockChain developers


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Blockchain Developer

Law Offices of Kameli & Associates, is seeking a Blockchain Developer for our client, a company that is helping clients use blockchain to disrupt many industries such as Finance, Healthcare, Supply Chain, Transportation, Manufacturing and Retail.

Pay: From $15.00 per hour


High level Description of Responsibilities

Work with the company principals and faculty members to refine and advance instructional design of existing courses and new delivery models. Help codify course inventory into saleable assets and help innovate new ways to deliver course content.

Specific Skills Include:

  • Work closely with the instructional designer.
  • Develops and write course curriculum.
  • Edits and develops online learning materials.
  • Passionate about metaverse.
  • Designs learning activities, assignments, and assessments.
  • Upload content to the LMS.
  • Basic level of English

Blockchain Developer

The Blockchain Developer will represent the Digital Asset Innovation development team and play a key role supporting the digital transformation of assets and asset servicing functions leveraging emerging technologies such as cloud technologies, distributed ledgers, machine learning, cognitive algorithms etc., to position Northern Trust to be a key participant in the digital future.

Salary: Up to $40.00 per hour

Frequently Asked Questions

Which language should I learn for blockchain?

There are multiple programming languages used within blockchain. To establish a good foundation it is often suggested to start by learning C++ followed by JavaScript and Python. Once you get a general understanding of these languages you may look into C#, Node.JS, and Perl. 

Is Python good for blockchain?

Yes, it is one of the most widely used programming languages within blockchain. 

What are the best blockchain development frameworks?

There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to blockchain frameworks and each comes with its own set of benefits and challenges. When choosing a framework you need to consider speed, security, licensing, and difficulty. The top 5 frameworks used by blockchain developers are Etherum, BigchainDB, Hyperledger, OpenChain, and HydraChain. You can find out more about these frameworks here. 

What are the best blockchain development tools?

There are many tools at your disposal, eight of the best ones that you may want to look into include:

  • Geth — A node of the Ethereum blockchain.
  • Mist — The official Ethereum wallet.
  • Solc — A solidity compiler.
  • Remix — A compiler for small contracts.
  • Blockchain Testnet — A dapp opportunity to protect your original blockchain.
  • GanacheCLI — A Node.JS package and blockchain emulator.
  • The Cooinbase API — Allows you to integrate with pre-existing apps.
  • EtherScripter — A fun interface for coding basic contract.

What is the best Smart Contract programming language?

Solidity is the language that you must learn to be able to make Smart Contracts within Etherium.