What's the best way to learn how to implement digital signatures, specifically blockchain tech?

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  • ed25519

    Minimal ed25519 Haskell package, binding to the ref10 SUPERCOP implementation.

    Blockchains use elliptic curves. Bitcoin uses the secp256k1 curve. Another popular (and easier to implement correctly) curve is ed25519. You can read about digital signatures in standard introductory books (e.g. Introduction to Modern Cryptography by Katz and Lindell). Then you can read about Elliptic Curves by looking at, say, Bernstein's work and the relevant website.

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