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26 October 2020
  • Basics
    3 years ago

    Defining the 3 Token Types

    The debate on what words apply with regards to tokens: their definitions and their potential legal ramifications, still rages on. And, unfortunately, it doesn’t feel much nearer to resolution for …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    10 Interesting Blockchain use Cases

    We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: blockchain technology is poised to change the world as we know it. Here are the “first’s” about it you already know: …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    6 Ways Blockchain Technology Could Disrupt Finance

    As Bitcoin has progressed from the quaint project of cryptography geeks and libertarian-leaning fringe members of society to the $100 billion+ market cap Phenom it is today, no industry more …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    How Blockchain Works – The “Big Three” Behind the Technology

    It was Isaac Newton who once said “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants”. By that, he was alluding to the fact that breakthroughs …

  • Blockchain
    3 years ago

    How will Ethereum Scale?

    Ethereum, like other public blockchains, aims to support as many users as it can. The problem with the platform, however, is that its limits are unknown. Due to a hard-coded …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    Blockchain Issues, Problems, and Limitations

    While there are many benefits to blockchains, and they have been praised for moving technology forward, they still have potential limitations. Complexity of blockchain technology Blockchains can be confusing, as …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    Public vs Private Blockchains

    Similarities Both are decentralized peer-to-peer networks, where each participant maintains a replica of a shared ledger of digitally-signed transactions. And each maintains coordinated replicas through a protocol called consensus. Both …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    Blockchains vs Centralized Databases

    Blockchains are simply a new type of database. But there are a few main differences between blockchains and centralized databases that are important to understand. Differences and similarities among blockchains …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    What is a 51% Attack?

    Bitcoin is secured by having all miners who are processing transactions on a network agree to a shared record called the blockchain. A 51% attack is an attack that is …

  • Basics
    3 years ago

    Proof of Work Defined

    Bitcoin uses the hash proof of work system to generate blocks that bitcoin miners must tackle. The resulting proof of work is a piece of data which is difficult to …

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