DeFi is becoming more and more popular as the main use case for cryptocurrencies. This video explains in detail what DeFi is and what you should know about before getting involved.… Read the rest
How we can use blockchains distributed hash tables and peer to peer protocols to create decentralized applications! … Read the rest
dApp is the abbreviated term for a decentralized application. Just as any developer can build apps for the App Store on Apple’s IOS operating system, developers can (also) build on top of Ethereum’s blockchain infrastructure. To the end user, a … Read the rest
What are Dapps? Imagine having your car working away, transporting passengers while you’re at work. Imagine having your computer utilizing its spare capacity to serve businesses and people across the globe. Imagine being paid for browsing the web and taking … Read the rest
A Dapp is an application that runs on a network in a distributed fashion with participant information securely protected and operations executed in a decentralized fashion across a network of nodes. Dapps use open source code, operate autonomously with data … Read the rest
Ethereum describes itself as “a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference.”
The term “smart contract” refers to computer code that can facilitate the exchange … Read the rest
Dan Larimer, CTO of EOS, discusses his latest blockchain in this video, which is edited from a number of presentations.
Larimer is noted for creating two earlier, and still popular decentralized blockchains:
From those projects he conceived what … Read the rest
EOS is a cryptocurrency that powers the EOS.IO blockchain. Calling itself “The most powerful infrastructure for decentralized applications,” EOS.IO is a decentralized system that enables the development, hosting, and execution of commercial-scale decentralized applications (dapp) on its platform.
A dapp … Read the rest
“Dapp” stands for “decentralized application.”
Decentralized means it’s not controlled by one entity. Most applications on the internet, including the most well known, are centralized applications controlled by one company. Think Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo and many other applications large … Read the rest