Cryptocurrencies are gaining popularity every second as more and more individuals and legal entities are looking to invest their savings in digital money. Ethereum projects are one of the most profitable objects for this purpose. In many respects, the success of Ethereum stems from the use of ’smart contracts’ technology, the implementation of which became possible thanks to the advanced programming language Solidity.
Smart contracts on Solidity
We use contract-oriented, high-level Solidity language for smart contract programming. Development of a blockchain on Solidity works great for transactional apps. This language enables a dedicated Solidity developer to write applications that implement a self-amplifying business logic embodied in smart contracts, which allows executing reliable transactions without the involvement of third parties.
DApps on Solidity
Our Solidity development company uses Solidity to develop decentralized apps on multiple platforms, including Ethereum and NEO. You can hire a Solidity developer who will manage the entire process from node deployment to user application creation. Solidity development outsourcing helps us develop DApps that are useful in various areas, including finance, voting, investment and multi-signature wallets.
Adapting to business needs
Apps created in the process of outsource solidity development are arranged by the business logic elements.
Integration with Ethereum
Software created with Solidity is automatically translated into a special byte code that is supported by Ethereum cryptosystem. As a result, it significantly reduces the time and resources required to process the information.
The code documentation system is configured based on the user’s explanations and call sequence.
Solidity is much more multifunctional compared to other programming languages used in Ethereum. Thanks to it, it has become possible to support complex variables of the contracts concluded (including special structures and complex hierarchical displays), the convenient binary interface and the option of different inheritance types.
The work on the Ethereum project started in 2014. The main inspirer of the process was Vitalik Buterin, a Russian-born Canadian, who was aiming to create a virtual system freed from most of Bitcoin’s drawbacks and improved with several new options, in particular smart contracts.
These great plans required writing a new programming language. It was created by Gavin Wood in late summer 2014. However, the development was ill-considered. For this reason, Christian Reitwiessner, who participated in the Ethereum project, continued to work on drafts and presented his brainchild called Solidity in early 2015.
This software- and object-oriented language is best suited for processing of virtual machine source code into bytes. However, this is not its most important advantage. The developers of Ethereum opted for Solidity development software because with Solidity, the process of developing software required for implementation of so-called smart contracts is very easy and, most importantly, quick.