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Blockchain Nodes: What You Need to Know

Nodes are the supporting foundation of blockchains and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. They are what facilitates a functioning network and are operated by participants from all over the world.

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How to Store Ethereum (ETH)

Storing Ethereum (ETH) and other cryptocurrencies safely and securely is critical. Mobile wallets, like Jwallet, are currently one of the most popular options.

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Sybil Attack: What You Need to Know

Blockchain Sybil attacks are carried out by running numerous nodes on a network in order to achieve a majority, at least 51%, control over the network.

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What are Altcoins?

Altcoins were built by teams trying to either improve on the shortcomings of Bitcoin or create entirely new blockchain applications.

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What is Digital Identity on Blockchain?

While the identity management industry is not often in the news, it is an $8 billion industry that is expected to hit over $14 billion by 2021.

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Bitcoin: Hard Forks vs. Soft Forks

Just like any piece of software, protocols need to be updated. Such updates are done via hard forks and soft forks.

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Blockchain-as-a-Service (Baas) 2019

Enabling the creation of blockchain-powered products while eliminating much of the technical complexity. Much of the creation, implementation, and maintenance of an operational blockchain infrastructure no longer has to be built from scratch.

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How Blockchain Will Disrupt Healthcare by 2020

From patient records to supply chain management, these problems can be found at various points throughout the ecosystem.

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How Blockchain Will Revolutionize The Energy Sector

Blockchain is becoming something that the energy industry can no longer ignore if it is to power the world of the future.

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What is Sharding? A Complete Guide

Sharding is the division of a hard disk that is treated as a separate unit by operating a system. This partitioning allows the drive to operate as several smaller sections to improve efficiency.

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12 Ways Blockchain Will Change the World by 2030

There is no denying that blockchain is here to stay. Below is a list of the top 12 use cases we are likely to see come to fruition by 2030.

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7 Biggest Obstacles for Blockchain in 2019

Obstacles blockchain companies will need to overcome in order to grow from ICO dreams to the Google and Amazons of the next decade.

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Stablecoins: Everything You Need to Know

Stablecoins are digital cryptocurrencies whose value is pegged to an underlying asset. Coins such as Tether and PAX are pegged 1:1 to the US Dollar.

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What Is the Decentralized Internet?

A decentralized internet would utilize a network of computers. Each computer would act as a node in an interlinked chain.

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Masternodes: The Complete Guide

Masternodes serve as the backbone of the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain model for certain cryptocurrencies. They run on computers with digital wallets that support the network of a particular coin.

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What is Disintermediation? The Complete Guide

The goal of disintermediation is to reduce the number of middlemen and intermediaries between a product and the consumer.

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Coins vs. Tokens - The Complete Guide

Digital tokens live on blockchains that already exist, while digital coins have a specific and unique blockchain that they run on

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DeFI: What is Decentralized Finance?

DeFi (Decentralized Finance) — the idea that open source decentralized software, such as blockchain, can transform the traditional financial world, its services services and applications.



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