What does a Blockchain Developer do?
Blockchain developers design, execute, and maintain database technology systems in which data is stored in a linked structure known as a blockchain. They plan and create blockchain architecture and oversee network design and integration. They often employ cutting-edge, innovative technology to create systems and infrastructures used for sensitive transactions and to store information or assets in environments where maintaining privacy and security is critical. They are responsible for implementing and maintaining security protocol that keep cryptocurrency, digital assets, and other electronic materials or information secure.
Blockchain developers typically have at least a bachelor’s degree in a computer science field. They must have hands-on experience working with blockchain technologies such as Hyperledger, along with proficiency with programming languages like Java and Solidity. Strong code-writing and programming skills are expected.