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Differences between Bitcoin and Ethereum

  Over the course of 2017, the price of 1 Bitcoin shot up from $963 to $19,694. Similarly, the price of 1 Ethereum shot up…
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Introduction to Smart Contracts part 2

  Blockchain Basics Blockchains as a concept are not too hard to understand for programmers. The reason is that most of the complications (mining, hashing, elliptic-curve cryptography, peer-to-peer…
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Introduction to Smart Contracts

A Simple Smart Contract Let us begin with the most basic example. It is fine if you do not understand everything right now, we will…
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Mining difficulty

MINING DIFFICULTY IS AN INTERESTING CONCEPT Everyone who ever dreams of mining bitcoin or another cryptocurrency have somewhat of a learning curve to go through.…
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Proof-of-stake

Proof-of-stake (PoS) is a type of algorithm by which a cryptocurrency blockchain network aims to achieve distributed consensus. In PoS-based cryptocurrencies the creator of the next block is chosen via…
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Proof-of-work

Proof-of-work This is the approved revision of this page; it is not the most recent. Proof of work (hereinafter PoW) — is a piece of information…
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Smart Contracts, Explained

1. What is a smart contract? A smart contract is a protocol for regulating contracts. A smart contract is a special protocol intended to contribute,…
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Types of Blockchain

Public ledger Decentralized, anyone can read and send tranasctions, e.g. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger Private ledger Centralized under one organization which controls the right to view…
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How to Launch a Successful ICO, Explained

1. Where should I start? Before launching an ICO, you might be interested in what an ICO actually means. There is a detailed explanation of the concept.…
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Bitcoin mathematics

One reason bitcoin can be confusing for beginners is that the technology behind it redefines the concept of ownership. To own something in the traditional…