Category: Smart Contracts

Ethereum Classic vs. Ethereum

Simple Guide to Ethereum Classic vs. Ethereum: What’s the Difference?

If you are relatively new to cryptocurrencies then you may be slightly confused as to what the difference was between Ethereum classic (ETC) and Ethereum (ETH). They may be mistaken for thinking that they may indeed be one in the...

/ January 28, 2018
CryptoCelebs Smart Contracts

CryptoCelebrities: the Newest Hyped Ethereum-Based Game

CryptoKitties taught us two things in 2017. One, that Ethereum was going to need serious scalability solutions sooner rather than later. And secondly? That the future possibilities of gaming on Ethereum could be, well, endless and promising. It was only...

/ January 24, 2018
NEO Token Review 2018

Why NEO is Much More than a “Chinese Ethereum”

Many people may have come accross NEO (Antshares) as they were doing their cryptocurrency research. Perhaps some own it as part of their cryptocurrency portfolio. Many just assume it is a “Chinese Ethereum” and invest based on that. Indeed, it...

/ January 7, 2018
CryptoZombies Solidity dApp

Want to Learn Solidity? There is a dApp for that

With so much emphasis being placed on the need for solidity developers for Ethereum smart contracts, you may be wondering how you can easily and effectively learn the Solidity language. Thankfully, there is a really helpful and fun way to...

/ December 15, 2017

Parity to Ethereum Foundation: One Hard Fork, Please

Parity, the company whose multi-sig wallets were frozen due to a bug in their smart contract code which was exploited by a Github user, is now asking the Ethereum foundation for a hard fork in order to recover the lost...

/ December 14, 2017
Ethereum Community Split Parity

Ethereum Community Split on Response to Parity Exploit

Two days ago, the biggest exploit on an Ethereum smart contract took place. An amatuer developer managed to take control of some Parity multisig wallets and proceeded to accidentally kill referencing libraries. This had the effect of freezing over $150m...

/ November 9, 2017
Increasing Demand ENS

Adoption Increasing of Ethereum Name Service

The Ethereum Name Service (ENS) was first released on the Ethereum mainnet on 4th of May 2017. This allowed for an automated auction process where anyone could register a .eth domain TLD using the auction process. This allowed anyone to...

/ November 6, 2017
Decentralised Applications on Ethereum

How DApps can Overcome the Risks of Centralisation

We are all in love with the Apps on our phones. There is an App for everything from matchmaking to money. It is indeed no surprise that the saying “I’m sure there is an App for that” has become a...

/ November 5, 2017
Smart Contracts Fund Bounties Hydra

Using Smart Contracts to Fund Bug Bounties with Hydra

Ethereum Smart Contracts have been touted as one of the most interesting blockchain developments in the past few years. The Ethereum protocol allows developers to code smart contracts which run on the blockchain. However, irrespective of how many smart and...

/ November 3, 2017
What are Blockchain Oracles?

What are Blockchain Oracles?

If you have been following the technology behind smart contracts and the blockchain recently, you may have come across a term “Blockchain Oracle”. These are indeed relatively new concepts that are most applicable to smart contract technology. Blockchain technology is...

/ October 19, 2017