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An Introduction to Ethereum 2.0
- Alexander Zammit Oct 08, 2020
The much-anticipated Ethereum 2.0 multi-phase deployment has started! In the last few weeks, I have posted screenshots of my Ethereum Beacon Chain and Validator nodes to the BlockchainThings Twitter and Facebook pages. I hope this has teased your curiosity, because now is the time to start learning about it! Read more...
Reentrancy Bugs (Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum Part 6)
- Joshua Ellul Sep 26, 2020
In this article we'll explain what a reentrancy bug is and how to avoid them. This is article forms as part 6 of the Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum series: There are ample resources out there to get started with smart contract development. Many go into detail in regards to how Blockchains work, and the ins and outs of Ethereum. This article is intended for those who are less patient and want to create a first smart contract now. Read more...
Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum Part 5
- Joshua Ellul Sep 11, 2020
Part 5: There are ample resources out there to get started with smart contract development. Many go into detail in regards to how Blockchains work, and the ins and outs of Ethereum. This article is intended for those who are less patient and want to create a first smart contract now. Read more...
Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum Part 4
- Joshua Ellul Aug 28, 2020
Part 4: There are ample resources out there to get started with smart contract development. Many go into detail in regards to how Blockchains work, and the ins and outs of Ethereum. This article is intended for those who are less patient and want to create a first smart contract now. Read more...
How High did Ethereum Transaction Fees Really Go?
- Alexander Zammit Aug 21, 2020
Did Ethereum transaction fees really jump to $40? Will DeFi applications jump the ship? It is time to investigate what the fuss is all about. The data is there, we just need to take the trouble of collecting and analyzing it. This is exactly what I did and here are my findings. Read more...
Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum Part 3
- Joshua Ellul Aug 13, 2020
Part 3: There are ample resources out there to get started with smart contract development. Many go into detail in regards to how Blockchains work, and the ins and outs of Ethereum. This article is intended for those who are less patient and want to create a first smart contract now. Read more...
Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum Part 2
- Joshua Ellul Jul 29, 2020
Part 2: There are ample resources out there to get started with smart contract development. Many go into detail in regards to how Blockchains work, and the ins and outs of Ethereum. This article is intended for those who are less patient and want to create a first smart contract now. Read more...
Designing an Unbounded List in Solidity
- Alexander Zammit Jul 23, 2020
In most applications, working with lists is fairly trivial. Most languages provide libraries for list handling, and we hardly need to worry about the details. However smart contracts are unlike "most applications", and we need to pay special attention to design restrictions imposed by the blockchain. Read more...
Getting Started with Solidity Programming for Ethereum
- Joshua Ellul Jul 14, 2020
There are ample resources out there to get started with smart contract development. Many go into detail in regards to how Blockchains work, and the ins and outs of Ethereum. This article is intended for those who are less patient and want to create a first smart contract now. Read more...
Running an Ethereum Node for Software Development
- Alexander Zammit Jul 01, 2020
Running nodes is often synonymous with mining and earning rewards. However, to developers the blockchain is a platform for testing, deploying and running code. Here is how I am running an Ethereum node, synced to the mainnet for development purposes. Read more...
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