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10 Things That Every Ethereum (ETH) Enthusiast Must Know

Ethereum is a computer platform for the public, open source and blockchain. It is also a smart contract operating system. Ethereum apps operate a customized blockchain, a powerful global shared infrastructure that can transfer value and represent property owners. It allows developers to create markets, store debt or promise registers, move funds according to instructions given in the long past and many other things not yet invented, all without a middle man or counterparty risk. Based on market capital Ethereum ranks second in the market. With such records behind its name, Ethereum is expected to dominate the entire crypto market soon. Below is a list of 10 information that you ought to know if you are an Ethereum investor or crypto enthusiast: Continue reading 10 Things That Every Ethereum (ETH) Enthusiast Must Know

Ethereum Classic (ETC) Is Proof Good Projects Thrive Even In Bad Times

Ethereum Classic (ETC) is thriving during one of the toughest times in its entire history. This bear market has been hard on most blockchain projects but in our view, Ethereum Classic (ETC) tops the list. This is because the core development team that has been working on Ethereum Classic (ETC) all these years decided to leave because of funding problems that the prolonged bear market created. Continue reading Ethereum Classic (ETC) Is Proof Good Projects Thrive Even In Bad Times

Decred Realized Disputes in Blockchain Projects Were Inevitable: Joshua Buirski

It’s inevitable that disputes will arise over a cryptocurrency project’s direction, says Decred’s APAC outreach director Joshua Buirski. In this interview with Bitsonline‘s George Levy, he describes how Decred learned from the early Bitcoin development days and why it made a built-in governance mechanism a fundamental part of its code. Continue reading Decred Realized Disputes in Blockchain Projects Were Inevitable: Joshua Buirski

Blockchain’s Killer App? The Most Successful Distributed Computing Projects so Far

Blockchain technology has taken a lot of flak over its time. Mainly, since Bitcoin took off at the end of last year, and everyone suddenly wanted in on the action. Amidst a whirlwind of ICOs with the most tenuous of use cases, there’s been much discussion of whether blockchain is a “solution looking for a problem.” However, distributed computing itself is at the very heart of how blockchain operates, making distributed computing networks one of the blockchain’s indisputable killer apps. Continue reading Blockchain’s Killer App? The Most Successful Distributed Computing Projects so Far