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- Step 1 — Transaction data. …
- Step 2 — Chaining the blocks (with a hash) …
- Step 3 — How the signature (hash) is created. …
- Step 4 — When does the signature qualify, and who signs a block? …
- Step 5 — How does this make the blockchain immutable? …
- Step 6 — How is the blockchain governed?
A developer in Blockchain should have security skills like elliptic curve digital signatures, Merkle proofs, cryptographic hashing, private key, and public-key cryptography and many more. Frameworks in security are getting evolved for regulatory needs, legal needs, and compliance needs.
- Step 1) Some person requests a transaction. …
- Step 2) The requested transaction is broadcasted to a P2P network with the help of nodes.
- Step 3) The network of nodes validates the transaction and the user’s status with the help of known algorithms.
It’s decentralized nature and cryptographic algorithm make it immune to attack. In fact, hacking a Blockchain is close to impossible. In a world where cyber security has become a key issue for personal, corporate, and national security, Blockchain is a potentially revolutionary technology.
One of the more famous examples of Blockchain in action is Bitcoin. This is a digital currency (commonly called a cryptocurrency). … Bitcoin Atom (BCA) is a fork of Bitcoin and provides a truly decentralised way of exchanging cryptocurrencies without trading fees and no exchange hacks.