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Ethereum Smart Contracts: A Guide to The Genius of Blockchain

Smart Contracts aren’t a new concept, but they are in the blockchain. Although Ethereum and its innovation may not help in replacing contract law immediately, they are working in augmenting current traditional methods and may eventually become law. As far as two decades ago, Nick Szabo believed that a contractual clause can be implemented in software in order to make…

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21. Sep. 2017

What Makes a Blockchain: Protocols and the Future

In previous blog posts, we have discussed a list of the use cases for blockchain – financial services, identity management, pharma – all of them quite promising and this list continues to increase. What is lacking is an explanation of what makes a blockchain a ‘blockchain’ – down to the basics. In this blog post, we will explain some of…

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14. Sep. 2017

Explain Like I’m Five: Bitcoin BIPs – SegWit and Version Bits

You’ve likely heard all the ruckus going around about Bitcoin. “Bitcoin needs scalability!” – the community cries. So Bitcoin devs answer back with a soft fork or a hard fork solution. Both are a tough pill to swallow, and the community gets to choose. With all the talks of BIP91, BIP148, BIP141, SegWit2x, what do these Bitcoin Improvement Proposals (BIPs)…

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01. Aug. 2017

Build Your Crypto Exchange and Endorse Your Currency

An exchange has the power to provide accessibility and advertise your crypto currency. Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin – all functional currencies that can be traded, need a good exchange for users to feel comfortable enough to trade them. But the question is: How to build a perfect one? Exchanges are for the Community When you first decide to research them, your…

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26. Jul. 2017

Bitcoin’s Scalability: SegWit and Lightning Networks

The obvious need for Bitcoin to scale is just that: obvious. If you’ve been following the cryptocurrency scene, you have probably heard of Segregated Witness and Lightning Networks, but probably not what they are – both strengths and weaknesses. A Bumpy Roadmap of Solutions Bitcoin Core developers have long created a scaling roadmap and back at 2015, Segregated Witness was…

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07. Jul. 2017

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