Setting up a personal Ethereum blockchain

You don't need to create a real Ethereum wallet or register any accounts to test the application. In this section, we are going to set up a personal Ethereum blockchain that you can use for application development purposes. You also need an amount of virtual money to test how the application works without putting any real money at risk.

The easiest way to get started with Ethereum development is to use the Ganache tool. Ganache positions itself as a One-Click Blockchain for developers and allows you to do the following:

Quickly fire up a personal Ethereum blockchain that you can use to run tests, execute commands, and inspect state while controlling how the chain operates ( ...

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