NEM was built from the ground up to be simple for developers to use. Whether you want to build on top of NEM with your favorite programming language or interact with the NEM core in Java (soon to be C++), NEM’s blockchain has a lot to offer in power, scalability, and ease of use.
If you’re new to blockchains, NEM was created to be your entry point into the blockchain industry. If you’re an experienced developer, NEM has the power you need to create cutting edge blockchain apps.
Our detailed NEM development documentation is provided via our documentation site. Below are some shortcut links that may be a good place to start.
Nanowallet is the official wallet of NEM, including user-facing modules that add to its base functionality. In addition to letting you create a place to store and transfer your “XEM” coins (NEM’s public crypto-currency), Nanowallet give you access to some of NEM’s features to start creating your own Smart Assets:
No need to remember a long address when sending XEM. Once a namespace is created, it will be linked to the address that created it and any XEM sent there will go to that account.