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datastructures and algorithms for blockchain programming

 
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Hi,

Are you touching data structures and algorithms (or concepts) used in crypto mining... more precisely in blockchain programming ?
Is there a recept to prepare a "conventional" program to be migrated to "blockchain" solutions ?
What are the datastructures / algoritms that are (not) elligible ?
Where should we pay attention ?

Thanks

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Blockchain is like a linked list.  A blockchain in general is a hash pointer based data structure composed of blocks.

consensus and proof of work algorithms are used for validating and generating the transaction blocks
 
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