Ethereum (ETH)

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Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference.

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2 days ago
Let's Talk ETC! Episode #76 - Guido Bertoni of Keccak (SHA3) Team and Alexander Tsankov ( @antsankov) discuss topics surrounding SHA-3, the NIST contest, hashing & #blockchain security

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2 days ago
“There are many chains today, but few will remain at Layer-1. L1 is about security over scalability. PoW is more secure, thus will remain L1.” - @MyEtherplan https://t.co/viuSCM4u0X eth_classic photo
2 days ago
Ethereum Classic Hard Fork Atlantis Planned for Block 8,750,000 https://t.co/hGrbkz5cMR
3 days ago
Discussion surrounds the basics of #blockchain sharding and several blockchain platforms that utilize it in different ways
including observations of their strengths and weaknesses.

Let's Talk ETC! #74 - Alexander Skidanov of NEAR - Sharding: https://t.co/6qCHOgTzuL
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Catch up on the week's ETC news https://t.co/RU09WVSqHf 🗞️

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Create a tradeable digital token that can be used as a currency, a representation of an asset, a virtual share, a proof of membership or anything at all. These tokens use a standard coin API so your contract will be automatically compatible with any wallet, other contract or exchange also using this standard.

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