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  • What Is Ethereum 2.0 And Why Does It Matter?

    What Is Ethereum 2.0 And Why Does It Matter?

    Ethereum 2.0 is a long-awaited upgrade to the Ethereum (ETH) network that’s promised significant improvements to the functionality and experience of the network as a whole. Some of the more notable upgrades include a shift to Proof of Stake (PoS), shard chains, and a new blockchain at the core called the beacon chain. All of this and more is expected to be phased in through a carefully planned roadmap.

    But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. With Ethereum being one of the most popular...
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  • What Is Ethereum Plasma?

    What Is Ethereum Plasma?

    Scalability is one of the major points of concern of the Ethereum blockchain. The current limitations faced by the network in terms of capacity and speed prevents it from being adopted on a larger global scale.
    The Ethereum Plasma was proposed by Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin together with Joseph Poon. The concept was born in August of 2017 as a scaling solution technique for the Ethereum blockchain. Along with Thaddeus Dryja, Joseph Poon was also responsible for the conception of the...
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  • Ethereum Casper Explained

    Ethereum Casper Explained

    Casper is the implementation that will eventually convert Ethereum into a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain (also known as Ethereum 2.0). Although Ethereum was launched in the summer of 2015 as a Proof of Work (PoW) blockchain, developers were already planning a long-term transition to the staking model. After the transition is complete, mining will no longer be part of the Ethereum network.
    To date, there have been two co-developed Casper implementations in the Ethereum ecosystem: Casper C...
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  • What Is Ethereum?

    What Is Ethereum?

    What is Ethereum?

    Ethereum is a decentralized computing platform. You can think of it like a laptop or PC, but it doesn't run on a single device. Instead, it simultaneously runs on thousands of machines around the world, meaning that it has no owner.

    Ethereum, like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, allows you to transfer digital money. However, it’s capable of a lot more – you can deploy your own code, and interact with applications created by other users....
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  • Tokenized Bitcoin on Ethereum Explained

    Tokenized Bitcoin on Ethereum Explained

    Tokenized Bitcoin is a way to use bitcoin on other blockchains.

    But wait, isn’t Bitcoin great already? Indeed it is! It has a solid use case, and it already acts as a kind of public good. At the same time, its purposely limited features leave little room for further innovation.

    What else could we do with Bitcoin? Some Bitcoiners say we shouldn’t do anything in particular, and that’s reasonable. Then again, others believe we should find ways to use Bitcoin on other...
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  • How to Cancel or Replace a Pending Ethereum Transaction

    How to Cancel or Replace a Pending Ethereum Transaction

    If you've used the Ethereum network before, you've likely experienced a transaction that takes longer than usual to confirm. This happens because of the way the miners prioritize transactions – users who offer higher fees get priority.

    If your Ethereum transaction is stuck because the gas fees are low, you will need to wait until the fees drop and miners finally process your transaction. However, you also have the option to replace the pending transaction with a new one that has a...
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  • What Is the Ethereum London Hard Fork?

    What Is the Ethereum London Hard Fork?

    The Ethereum London hard fork is an update changing the blockchain’s transaction fee model and difficulty time bomb. The Ethereum network will set transaction fees with a base fee for each block rather than bidding on gas prices.

    To coincide with the planned release of Ethereum 2.0, developers are also delaying an intentionally built-in event known as the difficulty time bomb. This will encourage miners to switch from Proof of Work (PoW) to Proof of Stake (PoS).

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  • Binance Smart Chain vs. Ethereum: What's the Difference?

    Binance Smart Chain vs. Ethereum: What's the Difference?

    Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is a hard fork of the Go Ethereum (Geth) protocol, and as such, shares many similarities with the Ethereum blockchain. However, BSC developers have made significant changes in some key areas. The largest change is BSC's consensus mechanism, which allows for cheaper and faster transactions.


    At first glance, Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and Ethereum look very similar. DApps and tokens built on BSC are compatible with the Ethereum...
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