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Category Archives: Blockchain

Smart contracts are self-executing contracts. They were first proposed by Nick Szabo in the 90s. They are set of rules and protocols which two parties… Read More
Storage and Memory keywords in Solidity are analogous to Computer’s hard drive and Computer’s RAM. Much like RAM, Memory in Solidity is a temporary place… Read More
Smart contracts are pieces of code that are stored on the blockchain and are executed by the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). The EVM also provides… Read More
There exist special variables and functions in solidity which exist in the global namespace and are mainly used to provide information about the blockchain or… Read More
Digital wallets are financial accounts that store funds and make transactions. You can also track transaction histories. Instead of using rupees, dollars we can also… Read More
Random numbers are numbers that occur in a sequence with the following two mandatory conditions: The values are uniformly distributed over a set interval. One… Read More
The solidity fallback function is executed if none of the other functions match the function identifier or no data was provided with the function call.… Read More
Solidity is a brand-new programming language created by the Ethereum which is the second-largest market of cryptocurrency by capitalization, released in the year 2015 led… Read More
Blockchain is a continuous chain of Blocks, which holds some data, and each and every Block of the chain is secured and linked through cryptography.… Read More
A cryptographic hash function is an algorithm that takes an arbitrary amount of data as input and produces the enciphered text of fixed size. Even… Read More
Indeed, Blockchain is one of the top emerging technology domains in the current scenario of the IT world. Statistically, the global market of blockchain technology… Read More
KYC is a process by which banks obtain information about the identity and address of the purchasers. It’s a regulator governed process of performing due… Read More
The goal of Zero-knowledge proofs (ZKP) is for ‘verifier’ to prove itself as possessor of some information called as ‘witness’ to ‘verifier’ by satisfying some… Read More
Earlier Zero-knowledge proof verification systems used to be interactive. The ‘prover’ of information called ‘witness’ and ‘verifier’ had to be simultaneously online in order to… Read More
Delegated Proof Of Stake (DPoS) is a consensus algorithm which is an advancement of the fundamental concepts of Proof Of Stake. Delegated Proof of Stake… Read More

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