Blockchain 101 Ep 78 What is Ethereum Special extended version

Ethereum is also known as ETH. At the end of 2013, Vitalik issued the White Paper for Ethereum and began presale in July 2014. At that time, this move was known as "token crowdfunding" by the crypto community. In the presale period of 42 days, through the sale of 60102216 Ether, Ethereum’s team managed to […]

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Blockchain 101 Ep 75 – What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a programmable and easy-to-use blockchain platform. It allows anybody to write their own smart contracts or issue tokens. Similar to Bitcoin, Ethereum is decentralized. Updating of the ledger is carried out by the entire network. The ledger is open, transparent and immutable. The difference from Bitcoin is that Ethereum’s blockchain is codable. It […]

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Blockchain 101 Ep 67 – Hard Fork Ethereum & Ethereum Classic?

Ethereum and Ethereum Classic is a case study of a hard fork. The DAO plan builds a crowdfunding platform based on Ethereum smart contracts. It was officially released in May 2016 and ended in June of that year. Raised more than 160 million U.S. dollars. Afterwards, The DAO was exploited by hackers to exploit loopholes […]

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In July, the Ethereum myth continues to be written

On Monday, the developers of the Ethereum Classic (ETC) blockchain announced the implementation of the hard fork of the latest version of the project, which is now scheduled to be launched in late July. The upgrade that the community calls “Magnemagnet” will include four Ethereum improvement proposals or EIPs, which first appeared in the Berlin […]

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The Ethereum London upgrade was launched on the testnet, with 100,000 ETH pledged in Eth2 in one day

The upcoming London upgrade of Ethereum, including the highly anticipated Ethereum Improvement Proposal (EIP) 1559, has been deployed on the Ropsten testnet. Following the launch on Ropsten on June 24, the London upgrade is expected to be launched on Ethereum’s Goerli, Rinkeby, and Kovan testnets at approximately weekly intervals. The Ethereum community expects that the […]

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What is the sharding mentioned by God V as the future of Ethereum’s scalability?

On April 7, V God’s website updated an article titled “Why Sharding Is So Good: Uncovering the Mystery of Technical Properties”, which mentioned: Sharding is the future of Ethereum’s scalability. It is the key to helping the ecosystem support thousands of transactions per second and allowing most of the world to use the platform regularly […]

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#OKExDeFi Roundtable – Polygon – Aggregating scalable solutions for a multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem

It’s our pleasure to invite Jaynti Kanani for a roundtable with our CEO Jay to share how Polygon aims to aggregate scalable solutions on Ethereum supporting a multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem. Key discussions in the roundtable include: – Token utility & economics of MATIC token – CeFi-DeFi status quo – Difference between Polygon’s scalability solutions & […]

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Miami Bitcoin Conference reduced to a show? Ethereum community: on this basis, we deserve to bear the bear market for 10 years

According to foreign media reports, recently, the 2021 Bitcoin Conference was held in Miami, the United States. This conference was called the largest cryptocurrency event in history and attracted 12,000 participants. The conference was originally planned to be held in Los Angeles, but due to stricter restrictions on the new crown virus in California, it […]

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