If you have been following along the blog series, you’ve seen in Part 1 why blockchain matters and in Part2 how we can build a shopping cart in ReactJs that will be used in this part to send our transactions to the blockchain. In this part, we will see the blockchain plumbing and setup.
Audience: If you are functional consultant or an architect who wants to understand how blockchain transactions work (at a high level). I have explained them in the Blockchain Request Lifecycle section. If you are developer who would like to build something similar, I have also posted the source code of my working prototype that demonstrates how Dynamics can be linked to the blockchain. I have never heard of blockchain in Dynamics365 space, so potentially this the first ever working prototype with source code – hooray!!
There are few blockchains in the market but the two…
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