How to actually deploy a live blockchain? Leave a comment

I have been researching a lot about how to build a new blockchains. So far, all guides say very similar things:

  • Identify use case
  • Identify consensus method
  • Design nodes
  • design blockchain
  • select a blockchain platform
  • do it

But I am looking for more detailed information, like what do I actually need if I want to deploy a live blockchain. Let’s say I choose EOSIO, or openchain, whatever blockchain platform. But then what do I actually need to do in order to deploy it once it’s developed so that people can start using it? How do I make it go live? How do I deploy it into that network? Do I need a public server running a node? Can I run a node just from my computer? Since everything we hear is that it’s "descentralized" it wouldn’t make too much sense that one would need a server so that people can join, right? What data does the node need to share so that others can join the blockchain?

Also what if i don’t choose any of those platforms like openchain, eosio, ethereum, etc. Let’s say i want to build a new blockchain in a new network from scratch, like bitcoin or ethereum. What would the requirements be? Does it cost any money?

These are the kind of things I want to know but can’t seem to find anywhere.

If there is any blockchain developing expert with some spare time, I would really appreciate it. Thank you

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