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#Web3Vibes - Ethereum for Java Developers (Web3j)

This week we'll explore Web3j, a Java library for building applications on Ethereum. Inside is a step
#Web3Vibes - Ethereum for Java Developers (Web3j)
By QuikNode Weekly • Issue #23 • View online
This week we’ll explore Web3j, a Java library for building applications on Ethereum. Inside is a step-by-step guide showcasing several common use-cases when building blockchain apps in Java!

Read Now: All over the world Enterprises use Java to build scalable systems. The Web3j library is written in Java, for Java developers, for building application on Ethereum. It has rich support for Ethereum APIs, Wallet, ENS and even JPM’s Quorum!👇👇
Ethereum for Java Developers
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