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# What is Web3?
## Ethereum
The Web3 is currently loosely defined. The top search result for any given search engine is usually Ethereum's Web2 vs Web3 which comes from the the dev docs. The article clearly defines Web3 as
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The Alonzo hard fork brought forth a hoard of new functionalities for the Cardano network, especially after smart contract integration. While its community has been enthusiastic about these upgrades, for the most part, the network has also faced a slew of criticism for the ‘delay’ in launch dates. Take for example dApps, which according to […]
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Last week’s Sports Slice will find itself tough to top. One of the most notable arenas in the U.S. found a new naming rights deal with Crypto.com, the NFL quietly collaborated with Ticketmaster and Polygon in NFTs, and two major European football clubs found some reasons to hesitate with potential crypto partners. This week, we […]
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Hi all, I'm wondering what projects are there that tackle interoperability and what their approaches are.
I know of:
1. Polkadot/Kusama, the hub and parachains approach. But how (if) interoperability with external chains will be achieved?
2. Cosmos, which is afaik a SDK that standardises the blochchains built with it
3. Nervos Network ...
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The minimum requirements to create a DAO are very simple you just need tools for it. Describing two types of proposals in a DAO. Look towards the DAORead the full story ...
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Bend your mind around decentralized publishing with these success storiesRead the full story ...
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This article talks about FATF regulations, DeFi and non-custodian wallets. Read the full story ...
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As the bearish streak continually prevailed, bulls struggled to uphold the value perception of their cryptos. Consequently, altcoins like Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, and VeChain touched their monthly lows over the past two days. The near-term technical indications reflected the bearish trajectory as they showed the existence of superior selling pow
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The crypto-verse has seen the launch of several new projects over the past few years. While a few have successfully managed to stay afloat, adapting to the changing dynamics and maintaining their relevance, the rest have merely perished with time. Skepticism associated with new technological trends is not new. For instance, NFTs were perceived as [
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The Bitcoin AUM market fell 9.5% to $48.7 billion in November while altcoin-based crypto funds such as Ether saw their AUM rise 5.4% to $16.6 billion.
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Security-enhanced privacy and personal monetary sovereignty are some of the major advantages that have seen decentralized exchanges (DEXs) rocket in popularity in recent history. Unfortunately, DEX use comes with its own set of security risks. dYdX in the fray Today, decentralized crypto-exchange dYdX is trending, although not exactly for the right
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As far as I'm understood, the ENS is simply a contract which stores a domain name of abc.eth to an address in the smart contract. It's basically an NFT and thus they are unique.
So anyone who wants to resolve abc.eth would have to reach out to the contract and get the corresponding address of this domain.
But, they are only unique within the ...
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While most people might be busy with holiday shopping, Ethereum core developers are also seeing a packed schedule as the Merge nears. With updates to be announced and proposals to be discussed, Ethereum developer Tim Beiko shared a thread summarizing the events of the most recent All Core Devs meeting. Do you ‘node’, what’s going […]
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1 million Ether has been burned since the London hard fork, Square released a beta white paper for a decentralized exchange and Grayscale predicted a $1-trillion metaverse market — all coming to you in this week’s Finance Redefined.
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I don't know what the term for this is, so I am struggling to research what proposed solutions, if any exist for it.
Here's the base problem:
* We keep adding blocks to the blockchain* The blockchain grows in size each day* Eventually the blockchain gets so large that only people investing a significant amount of money (more than a high-end c ...
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From times immemorial, the Bitcoin and Ethereum camps argue about nodes and their respective blockchains’ characteristics. This mind-bending report by BitMEX Research will put the debate to rest. Surprisingly, they determine that the Bitcoin blockchain is still bigger than the Ethereum one. This will soon change, though. BitMEX Research also conclu
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Interchain staking with cosmos and why you should know about this…
If you are into POS protocols and love to stake for that interest…. **You should really be looking at cosmos and it’s ecosystem imo.**
With ICS(Inter chain staking) you will be able to stake to a validator; let’s say you are staking cosmos.
With ISC, whatever that validato ...
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Further exploring the dynamics of Bitcoin and play, we find chaos the necessity for creative potential.
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Decentralizing technologies like Bitcoin are critical for individual sovereignty in our digital future.
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Though Russia has become a global leader in the crypto market, the Bank of Russia is still skeptical about Bitcoin.
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