What are dApps? Decentralized applications, or DApps, are computer applications that are powered by smart contracts and stored on the blockchain. DApps were popularized by the Ethereum blockchain network. They are similar to traditional apps, but differ because: Traditional storage databases are replaced by the blockchain. Smart contracts are required for the application to interact […]Continue reading "DApps & Web3: A new version of the Internet?"
Let’s take a look at what Ethereum is and what Smart Contracts do. What is Ethereum? The foundation for our digital future At its core, Ethereum is a decentralized global software platform powered by blockchain technology. It is most commonly known by its native cryptocurrency, ether, or ETH. Ethereum is a turing complete platform which […]Continue reading "Ethereum and Smart Contracts: The Foundation for the Decentralized Economy?"
Crypto Scams: An Overview – Part 2 This article is a continuation from the Crypto Scams: An Overview – Part 1. What are more of the most common crypto scams? Social Media Scams Fake Giveaways Fraudulent Exchanges Blackmail Scam and Ransomware Fake Cloud Mining Social Media Scams Social media scams may attempt to impersonate a […]Continue reading "Crypto Scams: An Overview – Part 2"
One of the biggest problems in the crypto and blockchain industry preventing mass investment today are rampant scams. These scams entice investors with false promises of “getting rich quick”, tricking investors to give up passwords, credentials, and seed phrases, and use other nefarious methods for profit. What are some of the most common crypto scams? […]Continue reading "Crypto Scams: An Overview – Part 1"
Blockchain technology is gaining momentum through the augmentation of its various applications and use cases. We are entering a unique era in the timeline of the world’s first and most renowned cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. The Bitcoin Lightning Network is the next iteration of Bitcoin. Bitcoin provides a low-cost method for sending remittances globally and serves as […]Continue reading "Bitcoin Lightning Network"
Tokenized Securities Is it possible to buy and sell a work of art without moving it? Can we own pieces of property and collectibles that cannot be divided, and which lie in distant parts of the world? Tokenized securities are digital representations of underlying assets. Like securities, they derive their value from the value […]Continue reading "Tokenized Securities"
GPU Crypto Mining A couple months ago, a friend asked me to build a GPU crypto mining computer. As I was already mining Bitcoin, I wanted to gain some GPU mining experience as well. GPU stands for Graphics Processing Unit. GPU mining computers are much more flexible than ASIC miners when […]Continue reading "GPU Crypto Mining"
My Bitcoin Mining Experience *** I want to preface this article with a disclaimer. Crypto mining is not easy. If you think you can just plug in a machine, leave it running, and get rich quick, you are mistaken. Mining requires daily discipline, planning power requirements, regular temperature checks, noise considerations, managing heat output, tweaking […]Continue reading "Bitcoin Mining"
What is Crypto Mining? Crypto mining is the process of providing computer processing resources to a crypto network in exchange for a reward. To get a little more technical: As financial transactions occur on crypto networks, blocks are created which contain the transactions. These blocks need to be verified before they are added to the […]Continue reading "Crypto Mining"
Storing Crypto This article covers the different methods of storing Crypto and the different advantages and disadvantages of each. It also explains the difference between custodial and non-custodial. This is by no means a comprehensive list of all available options, but this can be used as a reference when conducting research for crypto storage options. […]Continue reading "Storing Crypto"