This 31 year old youth has created ripples in the crypto currency markets. Let’s get to know a how does a Blockchain programmer look like. In an exclusive interview, Anique Hashmani talks about his journey as a Blockchain developer.
Q. Anique, What is so special about Blockchain?.
A. Blockchain is a type of (Digital Ledger Technology) in which transactions are recorded with an immutable cryptographic signature called a hash. Blockchain’s value lies in its ability to provide greater cost-efficiencies and opportunities for automation. In the long-term, enterprises can continue to explore the technology’s potential in order to create transformative revenue models in their own respective sectors.
Q. How did you get into the Blockchain space?
A. In 2015, I began by trying to create simple decentralized applications on Ethereum. I believed that blockchain is an internet of value, and was interested to explore various use-cases of blockchain and accelerate the world’s transition to decentralization. My programs lead me to success and soon I started investing as well in my own programs and made millions.
Q. Where do you see the industry going and it’s impact on businesses,
A. In the case of decentralized public blockchain platforms, the use of blockchain could enable companies to uphold a better standard of transparency in their business processes. Moreover, the use of smart contracts could also potentially result in greater efficiencies, leading to further streamlined, automated business operations. I myself have developed scanner programs to predict new contracts on Ethereum.
As blockchains are immutable by nature and cannot be altered, they also provide critical security assurances in low-trust environments where multiple participants are unable to trade directly or would like to bypass the need for an intermediary.
Blockchain is an Internet of Value, which facilitates greater ease in the transfer of assets with real-world value and therefore with real-world ramifications should things go wrong.