Ethereum was officially made known to the world three years ago, having being developed by Vitalik Buterin and now Consensys founder – Joseph Lubin – and now it is the second largest cryptocurrency on the market by market cap. It was announced as a decentralized and open source network for data processing with blockchain technology.
With 2017 highs and 2018 lows, 2019 will be an interesting year for the cryptocurrency community and projects. After a lot of bad projects failed, the state of the cryptocurrency market means that only innovative, useful and interesting projects will succeed. In the beginning of January 2019, a new token is set to be launched
Hyperledger Fabric now supports Ethereum according to a recent blog post from the team at Hyperledger. According to the report, Hyperledger Fabric now supports Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) bytecode smart contracts and now – contracts can now be written in languages such as Solidity or Vyper. Along with introducing a new smart contract runtime, Fabric
Ethereum is a cryptocurrency platform that was initially presented by, then 19-year-old, Vitalik Buterin in 2013. The official launch of Ethereum occurred in 2015 after a very successful initial crowd sale. Ether, the token currency fueling Ethereum, is very similar to Bitcoin in that it is a decentralized cryptocurrency that publishes all transactions on the
“The Flippening” is a loose term being used more and more in cryptocurrency discussions now-a-days. Bitcoin has remained the world’s largest cryptocurrency, both in valuation and in application, since its inception several years ago. To date, there has been no coin with the capacity to overtake Bitcoin. Many argue this has changed now that Ethereum