In the previous post we explained from a theoretical point of view how a block chain works. In this post we will get down to work and will implement a working blockchain in Go. If you haven’t read it yet, we recommend you to do it now before continuing. It’ll provide you the basic concepts needed to understand the examples below. (You can find the complete example in this Github repository: https://github.

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Blockchain is one of those buzzwords everyone is listening nowadays, but what it really is? In this series of posts we will dig one general concepts about BlockChain and a little bit of its relation with BitCoin, as well as we will develop a simple blockchain in Go. To put it simple, and as its name states, it’s just a chain of blocks. The interesting detail is that is a cryptographic chain providing some characteristics that make them really useful:

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Daniel Pecos Martínez

Passionate fullstack developer. JVM languages, Node.js, Golang & frontend. Blogger, father and active technology local group member.

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