Cryptocurrencies, The decision is yours
I’ve been told by naysayers that Bitcoin “will never hit $100k” and such a proposition is absurd. With a combination of the factors above, I believe that Bitcoin will usurp the $100k barrier within the next 3 years, but the path won’t be seamless. There will be cycles of boom and bust. Also, it’s possible that Bitcoin fails to reach such valuations or is halted by a massive setback like a black swan event. However, my bet is clearly on Bitcoin. In fact, I envision that someday we’ll look back and realize that the greater risk was not investing in Bitcoin at all.
In my previous article, I tried to described the concept of a blockchain with code. This time, I'll try to describe the structure of a single block. I will use the Bitcoin blockchain to explain blocks, but keep in mind that the concepts will remain more or less the same. It could be useful to read my <a href="https://dev.to/damcosset/trying-to-understand-blockchain-by-making-one-ce4" target="_blank">last article</a>to understand a few things first.
I want to learn about the code of cryptocurrency with all it's features including POS and master node features, currently I have XSN code (stake-net coin) and i want to learn it so i can make use of it to learn different features of blockchain. There is no purpose to clone it or anything. How should i start learning it? I mean from which file should i start learning the code. I have learned basics of c++ but unfortunately I'm not that much good with c++. So from which file should i start learning it there is a lot .cpp and header files. Is there any one can had the same experience learning it?