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Trading Every Asset Class with DeFi Derivatives

NOTE: As you cruise along this series, you will notice how fast the DeFi space is; both in terms of execution and change. So if you happen to spot a discrepancy between what is being said and what is shown on screen, particularly in regards to numbers, it is due to the rapid nature of […]

How to cancel a transaction on Ethereum with Web3?

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Bitcoin Q&A: What is P2EP or Payjoin?

BTCPay Server recently implemented P2EP, or Pay to End Point, but what is it? And how does it improve payment privacy? This question is from the Patrion Q&A session which took place on April 25th, 2020. If you want early-access to talks and a chance to ask questions in the monthly live Q&As with Andreas, […]

Cryptocurrency Explained: What is a Mnemonic phrase? [Understanding Bitcoin Ethereum Crypto Keys]

What is a cryptocurrency mnemonic phrase? How does it relate to a bitcoin or ethereum private key? Are they the same thing? Are seeds and mnemonics the same thing? Can someone guess my bitcoin private key or mnemonic? Watch this video to understand how mnemonic phrases work, why they’re used in bitcoin, why they’re considered […]

Algorithmic Stablecoins

NOTE: As you cruise along this series, you will notice how fast the DeFi space is; both in terms of execution and change. So if you happen to spot a discrepancy between what is being said and what is shown on screen, particularly in regards to numbers, it is due to the rapid nature of […]

Solana: Blockchain Apps that Scale

Presented by Women Who Code: CONNECT Forward Virtual Conference 2020 Speaker: Grace Kwan Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009, the world has been captivated by the vision of an Internet-native currency that’s flexible, borderless, and evolves with the times. Bitcoin painted a vision for peer-to-peer electronic cash. Ethereum introduced the idea of programmable money. […]

Proof of History Explainer (Updated)

The core Solana innovation is Proof of History (POH), a globally-available, permissionless source of time in the network that works before consensus. POH is not a consensus protocol or anti-Sybil mechanism. Rather, POH is a solution to the clock problem.

SF Blockchain Week: Attacks & Security

Anatoly Yakovenko, CEO of Solana, talks about attacks & security for blockchain and decentralized application development.

What is Apache Hive? : Understanding Hive

In this video, you will get a quick overview of Apache Hive, one of the most popular data warehouse components on the big data landscape. It’s mainly used to complement the Hadoop file system with its interface. Hive was originally developed by Facebook and is now maintained as Apache hive by Apache software foundation. It […]

Distributed Data Show Episode 33: Big Data and Blockchain

DuyHai Doan leads a discussion with Patrick McFadin and Jeff Carpenter on whether blockchain is a database, how blockchains and distributed databases complement each other, and what we can learn about distributed systems by looking at blockchain technology. Highlights! 1:00 – DuyHai gives a quick introduction to blockchain 3:01 – Patrick explains why blockchain != […]

How are Transactions Feeless on EOSIO?

With blockchain platforms that use a proof-of-work consensus mechanism, there are fees for each transaction processed. EOSIO eliminates these by having the network shoulder the burden of these costs – through inflation – rather than making the individual users of the network pay to access its combined resources. In other words, ownership of tokens covers […]

Ledger Hack: Countermeasures. Practical Things You Can Do, So You Don’t Become A Victim Again.

You don’t want to be a victim of a data breach. How do you protect yourself from things like the ledger hack? There are very simple things you can do, today, to help protect your identity. Chapters: 0:00 This is going to happen again 0:22 How do we disappear from the databases? 5:00 Use a […]