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Ethereum Tutorial – Ethereum Explained | What is Ethereum? | Ethereum Explained Simply | Simplilearn

This Ethereum tutorial video will help you understand what is Ethereum, Ethereum features which includes cryptocurrency, smart contracts, Ethereum virtual machine, decentralized application, decentralized autonomous organization, applications of Ethereum and at the end you will see a demo on smart contract. Ethereum is a blockchain based distributed computing platform that enables developers to build and deploy their decentralized applications. Ether(ETH) is a cryptocurrency that runs on Ethereum network. It is used to pay for the computational resources and transaction fees on the Ethereum network. Ether can be utilized for building decentralized applications, smart contracts and making standard peer to peer payments. Now, lets deep dive into this video and understand what is Ethereum and how does it work.

Below topics are explained in this Ethereum tutorial:

1. What is Ethereum? ( 00:33 )
2. Ethereum features ( 01:03 )
– Cryptocurrency ( 01:35 )
– Smart contract ( 02:31 )
– Ethereum virtual machine ( 06:56 )
– Decentralized application ( 15:05 )
– Decentralized autonomous organization ( 17:15 )
3. Applications of Ethereum ( 18:42 )
4. Demo – Smart contract ( 05:54 )

Resources for the demo are provided below:

1. Install Ganache-CLI –
2. Install Node –
3. Greeter File –
4. Truffle Framework –

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5. Develop Hyperledger Blockchain applications using Composer Framework

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