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Top Blockchain Tools That are Being Used by People in 2021

Global Tech Outlook has Selected the Top Block Chain Tools to be Used in 2021.

Blockchain technology is an inspiring space with massive innovation potential. Blockchain tools not only simplify the process of Blockchain development but also help to strengthen the knowledge of the domain. Global Tech Outlook has selected the top blockchain tools that are being used in 2021.



Metamask is a wallet designed to function that acts as a bridge between Ethereum Blockchain technology and a browser (Chrome or Firefox). Essentially, it acts as a browser extension. Metamask offers a software platform that allows people to serve Ether and other ERC-20 assets while also letting them interact with Ethereum Dapps. It can even be done from a personal browser. Metamask can be linked with Shapeshift and Coinbase to sell and buy ETH and ERC20 tokens. It can also save keys for ERC20 tokens and Ether. Since it can interact with different Ethereum test networks, it makes an ideal wallet for Blockchain Developers. Once people have installed the app in their browser, they will have a built-in Ethereum wallet ready to be used.



Influenced by C++, Python, and JavaScript, Solidity was designed to target the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). Solidity is statically typed, supports inheritance, libraries, and complex user-defined types. It also supports the OOP paradigm and is most commonly used for writing smart contracts. With Solidity, Blockchain Developers can write applications that can execute self-enforcing business logic embodied in smart contracts, thereby leaving a non-repudiable, and authoritative record of transactions. This comes in handy for creating contracts for voting, crowdfunding, multi-signature wallets, and blind auctions.



Geth is an Ethereum node implementation, built using the Go programming language. It is available in the three interfaces, including JSON-RPC server, command-line, and an interactive console. Geth can be leveraged for Blockchain technology development on all three major operating systems – Windows, Mac, and Linux.

It is used for a host of different tasks on the Ethereum Blockchain, such as transferring tokens, mining ether tokens, creating smart contracts, and to explore block history. After installing Geth, one can either connect to an existing Blockchain or create their own. The good thing is that Geth simplifies things by automatically connecting to the Ethereum main net.



Mist is the official Ethereum wallet developed by the creators of Ethereum. When it comes to Ethereum, before one can start using the platform, he or she must have a designated place where they can store their Ether tokens and execute the smart contracts. It is available for Windows (both 32- and 64-bit), Mac, and Linux (32- and 64-bit). While Mist is particularly suitable for deploying smart contracts, one must remember that it is a full node wallet. One will have to download the entire Ethereum Blockchain technology, which is larger than 1TB. Another critical thing to keep in mind is to remember the Mist password since it can never change, as it is a one-time setup thing.



Solc (Solidity Compiler) is a Solidity command-line compiler written in C++. Its primary purpose is to convert Solidity scripts into a more readable format for the Ethereum Virtual Machine. While Solidity is a slimmed-down, loosely-typed language with a syntax similar to JavaScript, the smart contracts written in it need to be converted to a format that can be easily read and decoded by the EVM. That’s where Solc comes into the scene. There are two types of Solc – Solc (coded in C++) and Solc-js (it uses Emscripten to cross-compile from the Solc source code from C++ to JavaScript). Solc comes natively with most of the Ethereum nodes. It can be used for offline compiling, as well.