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Solidity for Beginners: A Guide to Getting Started

Solidity is a pristine programming language formulated explicitly for developing smart contracts for the Ethereum blockchain.  The newly developed language has gained a significant role under Ethereum’s contracts framework that is of great importance in blockchain technology; in fact, you will be required to learn the language in order to code Ethereum Dapps (Decentralized Applications). … Read More

Hedge fund that shorted GameStop closes as $1.13B GME stock offer completes

GameStop has completed a stock offer worth nearly $1.13 billion to fund growth, while a hedge fund that incurred losses from shorting GME is closing down.

Chris Giancarlo: U.S. risks becoming ‘backwater’ without central bank digital currency

The former CFTC chairman weighs in on what a U.S. CBDC might look like, as well as the benefits it could bring to American citizens.

Should you consider EOS for your blockchain development?

The world has witnessed a massive technological advancement. People dealing in digital currencies demand a safe and secure environment. But the traditional forms of blockchain development have some loopholes. And the latest technologies are thus being introduced in the market. One such platform...

What is Hyperledger fabric in Blockchain: A Complete Guide

Hyperledger Fabric is a customizable architecture-based framework for distributed ledger applications that provide high levels of privacy, robustness, customization, and scalability. It’s built to facilitate pluggable versions of various elements and manage the intricacy and subtleties’ financial ecosystem.  To better understand how blockchains function and the unique characteristics and elements of Hyperledger Fabric, we suggest … Read More

A brief study of Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) in Blockchain

Decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) is one of the best-known concepts that blockchain technology has introduced to date. “Decentralized” refers to no need for any central government interventions, and “autonomous” refers to the amplification of smart contracts and encoded transactions on the blockchain. The creation of DAO was first made public by some members of the … Read More