What is Ethereum Classic and How it Compares vs Ethereum

By John Becker | April 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Consensus is one of the most important concepts in cryptocurrencies and their underlying technologies. Blockchain networks are maintained by miners who typically verify transactions through consensus algorithms, while changes and upgrades to the network are also decided by consensus among users, developers and miners. But what happens when network consensus isn’t reached? We’ll examine an…

What is Zilliqa? | The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

By Trent Rhode | April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Zilliqa is a scalability-focused, blockchain-based payment processing and decentralized application (dapp) platform currently in advanced development. The core feature allowing Zilliqa to scale beyond what is possible with existing similar platforms, such as Ethereum, is sharding. Sharding refers to dividing the blockchain network into smaller subnetworks that can process transactions and execute computing operations in…

What is Mithril | A Beginner’s Guide

By Trent Rhode | April 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Mithril is a decentralized social networking platform that uses Ethereum’s blockchain and ERC-20 token standard to track and reward its users for creating content. Lit, the first social network to use the Mithril platform, is developed by the company itself, but the platform is intended to integrate with other social media networks as well. Key…

What is Tron? | The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

By Jay Moar | April 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tron is a blockchain-based decentralized application (dapp) and smart contract platform aimed at creating a digital entertainment ecosystem. The platform is intended to eliminate the middlemen between content providers and consumers through the power of blockchain. Tron’s Initial Coin Offering (ICO) ran from August 3rd to August 24th 2017 and the platform officially launched on…

Stratis vs Ethereum | Comparing Two Smart Contract Platforms

By Trent Rhode | April 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

Ethereum and Stratis are both blockchain-based platforms that can run decentralized apps (dapps) and smart contracts, but they’re different at a fundamental level — from their objectives and technological underpinnings, to their target user bases — may see these two projects competing less for market share than their surface-level similarities might imply. Ethereum was designed as…

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