Polkadot for Ethereans – Transaction Costs and Economics

Comparing Polkadot and Ethereum 2.0 is no easy task - we continue the deep dive into commonalities and differences with a focus on tokenomics!

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Polkadot for Ethereans – On-chain Governance

On-chain governance has long been a topic of controversy in the blockchain space. Here's how the two major forces - Polkadot and Ethereum - each handle it.

Polkadot for Ethereans – Shards and Parachains

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A stablecoin is a coin that matches the value of another asset in order to keep a stable price. They make e-commerce on blockchain possible. Here's a list.

Two Point Oh: The Beacon Chain – Update March 6th 2019

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Two Point Oh: Explaining Ethereum 2.0 Validators

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Developing for Ethereum: Getting Started with Ganache

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