How To Become A Blockchain Developer - Blockgeeks

Updated on: May 4th, 2020
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Ameer Rosic
Ameer’s the co-founder of blockgeeks. He’s an investor and blockchain evangelist, meaning he’s all about investing to bring transparency across the world. You can call him a serial entrepreneur with a couple of startups up his sleeve and tonnes of them in his mind. With over 160K subscribers on youtube, Ameer hosts his own show called #ameerapproved, where he talks about entrepreneurship and shares the latest crypto market updates. He has been a contributor at HuffPost,, Cryptominded, and VentureBeat. His clients are mostly tech startups that are operating on blockchain technology. Right now Ameer’s thinking about NFTs and their use cases. He might as well talk about it in his next youtube video. You can connect with Ameer on Linkedin and Twitter.

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Tech Jack

nice presentation on the blockgeekscoin :envy: , it would be a bad idea though for blockgeeks to have a coin, wouldn’t mind mining it 🙂 😉 :mrgreen:
George Walker

Thanks for the information,I will login and check it out.


very generous or forgiving, especially toward a rival or someone less powerful than oneself.

Austrian Q

Hi Ameer Rosic:

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Michael Maguire

I like the way you talk of Hashing, but do not describe what Hashing actually is. The phrase is thrown out everywhere, but I’ve never seen a simple explanation of it. What is it, how is it performed. What is SHA256, etc


if you would only use the hands god gave you to type sha256 into google you would have your answer, i would think someone who is so curious about it that it angers them that the very BASIC of blockchain hashing is not defined would at least idk maybe type it into google?
SHA-2 (Secure Hash Algorithm 2) is a set of cryptographic hash functions designed by the United States National Security Agency (NSA).[3]. They are built using the Merkle–Damgård structure, from a One-way compression function itself built using the Davies-Meyer structure from a (classified) specialized block cipher.

there ya go, first page of google and on the most popular wikipedia site.
hashing means one way encrypting. now i challenge you to learn any subject the way you are trying to learn crypto, ill tell you now you arent going to get far without searching for answers yourself unless you are a millionaire and can get your butler to hand you them on a silver platter. cause trust me, the crypto world is a lot less forgiving than the real world.

Michael Garber
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Michael Garber

I keep trying to reply to this but its not showing up. I find this response HILARIOUS! In particular:
“someone who is so curious about it that it angers them that the very BASIC of blockchain hashing is not defined would at least idk maybe type it into google?”

This. Is. Gold.


Your last line is especially funny because it directly contradicts the author’s feelings:
“The impact that it can have on our future is truly scary and magnanimous. ”
Unless one of you is unaware that ‘magnanimous’ and ‘forgiving’ are synonyms. Hmmmm

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