Blockchain is an innovative and futuristic technology. It enables different opportunities for its users. There are many takes how blockchain should behave and what it should offer. With many different approaches to the subject, we see few main chains of blockchain being in use, like Ethereum, BSC, Polygon, or Bitcoin.
It was bound to happen. After Bitcoin Mining Ban [https://www.adrianhetman.com/chinas-crackdown-on-cryptocurrencies-continues/] and general crackdown of cryptocurrencies in China, The People’s Bank of China has expressed concern over the risk of Stablecoins. Bank of China states that Bitcoin and Stablecoins have become speculative tools that threaten financial
Yesterday we talked about Proof of Stake and Beacon Chain [https://www.adrianhetman.com/unboxing-ethereums-proof-of-stake/]. But to truly appreciate Beacon Chain, we need to talk about sharding. The main difficulty in achieving scalability that Blockchains (including Ethereum) currently face is that every node has to verify and execute every transaction.
Today's article will be short due to me taking a much-needed break. Check my last post for more info [https://www.adrianhetman.com/work-life-balance-2/]. On Sunday or Monday will be a regular, blockchain-related article, I promise. Today I want to talk shortly about unfinished projects. Every one of us has
In today’s post we’re going to unbox another popular type of attack, front-running transactions. This type of attack takes different forms and can be used in various ways. One of the examples of front-running I explained recently during ERC20 approval unboxing [https://www.adrianhetman.com/unboxing-erc20-approve-issues/]. But first
Today when I scrolled through twitter I encountered this tweet that got me thinking on two levels. > Gutenberg launched the printing press when 96% of the people in Europe were illiterate That's how it feels to be building in web3/crypto today It's just early — GREG ISENBERG (@gregisenberg) June 25,