These 8 Programming Languages Are Running the Crypto – Solidity, Go, Rust, C++, Ruby, Erlang, Python and Vyper

These 8 Programming Languages Are Running the Crypto – Solidity, Go, Rust, C++, Ruby, Erlang, Python and Vyper

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brainpower11

I want to start learning programming. I think the future is there, and with my love for crypto it will probably be helpful

FightyBartender

Python is a high recommend for anyone looking to get involved.

Theres resources online like Codeacademy, they run a great service. The Python course is huge. Think theres some web3 stuff on there too.

TheOtherCoolCat

I thought Python and Vyper were kind of the same thing. Guess I was wrong lol

kirtash93

Python is great and easy to learn. Really recommendable for all. I am now learning Solidity.

TheMissingNTLDR

no Javascript?!

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tldr; Blockchain developers wire the crypto world with one or a combination of these programming languages. Solidity is the primary power line behind the well-known Ethereum network and associated blockchains. Rust is memory-efficient, type-safe, fast, and interoperates seamlessly with other programming languages like C and C++. Rust powers many Solana-based projects and is part of the programming stacks used by crypto ecosystems.

*This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

lordcolorado

Let’s go Python!

Whole_Visible

It’s commentary on Solidity, “Its developers call it the “curly brace language” for its syntax style, which follows a curly brace pattern for enclosing blocks.” This is not an impressive article

todamoonralph

IT is a well paying but you have to transition to management by the time you are 40 else you will be considered obsolete.

Kennyvee98

What is Ankr using, because with Ankr you can develop on many other chains. It keeps adding new chains.

crabsnz

I’d personally focus on c++ if you are looking into making something new because it is simply faster and this matters. If a project is written in python I’d avoid it. It is easy to learn, but you need efficiency in this space.

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