By building frameworks, Blockchain developers allow safe digital transactions to record and store blockchain data in a way that prevents alterations or hacks. They build stable blockchain technology, establish application and interface features and manage applications of the client and the server.
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A BS/MS degree in Computer Science or Engineering.
Generally, at the very least, 2 years professional experience as a software engineer(bonus points if this was gained in fin-tech).
A deep understanding of ledgers, consensus methods, blockchains, and cryptocurrencies in general.
Strong expertise in threat analytics, anomaly detection, and performance management.
Strong understanding of algorithms, data structures, cryptography and data security, and decentralized technologies.
Strong coding skills with at least one of the following languages: Go, C, C++ , JAVA, Python.
A good understanding of distributed storage, like RDBMS or NoSQL, for instance.
At least some degree of experience creating blockchain frameworks and business applications.
The usual soft skills like time management, being a team player, and the ability to prioritise tasks.
Best fit for leading a technical team.
Stay ahead in the competition.
Good employment growth
Lot of future opportunities
The growing number of stacks.
No specialized language.
Jack of all trades but master of none
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Should be a great coder
Should be good at communication
Should team player
Should be knowledgeable
Interesting Facts about the career
A blockchain is, in the simplest of terms, a time-stamped series of immutable records of data that is managed by a cluster of computers not owned by any single entity. Each of these blocks of data (i.e. block) is secured and bound to each other using cryptographic principles (i.e. chain).