Validators are the cornerstone of the Proof of Stake mechanism in the upcoming Ethereum 2.0 upgrade called Serenity. Learn all about them!
To send and receive cryptocurrency, you need a wallet. Here's what a wallet is, how it works, and how and where to get or not get one.
How to get started with Ethereum? What is a wallet and what is a node and which do I need? Come learn how to navigate the complex terminology.
The beacon chain is at the core of Ethereum 2.0. But what does it mean? What does it do? How does it work and what is its purpose? Tune in to find out!
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.
Ethereum and Polkadot are often seen as competition - but they have more in common than is immediately obvious. Here's how shards differ from parachains!
Are hardware wallets more than just USB sticks that save private keys? If so, how? How do they work and what do they do? We'll try to explain in this post.
Why do governments fear bitcoin's anonymity so much? And how did they manage to catch Silkroad's founder if Bitcoin is so anonymous? Let's find out.
Find out how the Lightning Network works on examples. Can this technology truly help Bitcoin scale past the transaction throughput of Visa?
What happens to cryptocurrency when the device its stored on gets destroyed? What happens when it runs out of room for wallets? Answers inside.
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