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Is it hard to learn program smart contracts?
Is it hard to program smart contracts with languages like solidity for example? I heard it's kind of similar to python.

It depends on where you begin. It will definitely be difficult for people who have never programmed anything before, and there are probably many things that are better for beginners. But for people with some experience from other languages, it should not be too difficult, and there is a lot of reference work, tutorials, and documentation out there to get them started. 

Solidify is from what I understand not a very difficult language to learn if you have coded with Python or C++ before, and here's a good place to get started with programming smart contracts with Solidity: https://solidity.readthedocs.io/en/v0.5.0/

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