Ethereum is renowned for its programmability and is currently home for approximately 3000 DApps and 5000 smart contracts. Though this number calls for a big shout out, it could have been much more extensive. The dearth in blockchain such as scalability, cost and relaxed transactions are capping the DApps from choosing Ethereum. What next?? Thanks to
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With the maturing of blockchain technology, many concepts that early existed as theories are now starting to take shape. The blockchain products such as cryptocurrencies and NFTs have made it possible to build a fully functioning economy inside a virtual world where you can buy and sell any virtual assets.
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The Ethereum ecosystem is growing by leaps and bounds, thanks to surging popularity of DApps in areas like finance (decentralized finance, or DeFi apps), arts and collectibles (non-fungible tokens, or NFTs), gaming, and technology. The home to the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency, ether (ETH), Ethereum is the hottest platform in the
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n 2008, when Satoshi Nakamoto introduced bitcoin- the decentralized currency, it raised some red flags. It experienced some significant highs and lows before settling itself in the seat of a preeminent cryptocurrency in the world. Now 13 years old, bitcoin is the most popular and lucrative digital currency. All thanks
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This article is written assuming that you are familiar with blockchain technology. Nonetheless, we’ll briefly overview this emerging and relatively young technology. Blockchain is a network of interconnected nodes that validates and records digital currency transactions, supply-chain records, and other data requiring validity, integrity, and distributed access. The three core
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