ltc

How much computing power as well as money is required to carry out a 51% attack on a blockchain like that of Litecoin which uses PoW as its protocol? Blockchains using the PoW consent protocol (Proof of Work) use the computing power of machines to secure data and the network that hasRead More →

crypto

The United States Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) is planning to run through contractors a bitcoin and an ethereum node, in addition to “as many as possible of the following blockchains: Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Zcash, EOS, NEO, and XRP Ledger.” They provide no concrete reason as to why they needRead More →

ether

The Ethereum blockchain is being used by engineers at Microsoft to “democratize” AI and machine learning, making these typically centralized and costly systems more accessible to everyone. Smart contracts have the potential to profoundly impact how data is managed. They are immutable and allow devs to reward users for participation and contributions. And, forRead More →

crypto

To answer this question, let’s start with a simple but important fact: Ethereum 2.0 is not an upgrade to the current Ethereum network. Instead, it is a complete overhaul and redesign of Ethereum. Many are unaware of this fact, or may even disagree with this characterization. So it is importantRead More →