Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger, learning from what he describes as the failures of Wikipedia, explains his vision for decentralized collection of information that can’t be controlled by any one group to create an online encyclopedia of information which he calls … Read the rest
Learn about Solidity [15 of 20] | Beginner’s Series to: Blockchain
Solidity is the programming language of Ethereum blockchain. Find out how you can begin writing smart contract code in Solidity.… Read the rest
Blockchain: Decentralized Autonomous Organization
The Blockchain Series: Episode 4 – Blockchain as Democracy
In understanding democracy, and how we might improve it, Democracy.Earth founder Santiago Siri is developing an entire digital ecosystem meant to update our global political systems—and it’s powered by the blockchain. We meet up, talk about how it all works, … Read the rest
0x Use Cases
0x is an open protocol that is designed to offer a peer-to-peer decentralized exchange as part of the Ethereum blockchain. 0x is made using a protocol that involves Ethereum smart contacts that allow those around the world to run a … Read the rest
What is Ox?
0x is a community-owned protocol that provides p2p exchange infrastructure and aggregated liquidity that enables the crypto economy to swap tokens at the best prices. Learn more at https://0x.org … Read the rest
How DAML works!
DAM is an open-source programming language for writing distributed applications quickly, concisely, and correctly. It runs on the leading blockchain platforms which means that you can build your application now and pick which platform works best for you later. Distributed … Read the rest
Open source trends to watch in 2020
IBM Vice President of Open Technology Todd Moore shares thoughts on the coming banner year for open source, touching on Containers/Kubernetes/OpenShift, A.I. tie-ins such as Tensorflow, ONNX, and Pytorch, as well as other cloud native technologies such as Kubeflow. Look … Read the rest
The Rise Of Open-Source Software
Open-source software powers nearly all the world’s major companies. This software is freely available, and is developed collaboratively, maintained by a broad network that includes everyone from unpaid volunteers to employees at competing tech companies. Here’s how giving away software … Read the rest
Blockchain 101: Why open source for blockchain technology?
Why is open source important for a blockchain platform? Speed, record time to quality and preventing vendor lock-in. … Read the rest