"As you make headway in the quest to reduce gas costs wherever possible, you inevitably discover that on-chain storage is frequently the most significant expense."
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"One of the many fields that have discovered a symbiotic relationship with blockchain is big data. In this guide, we are going to explore this relationship."
"In the AI field, you can build smart Machine Learning algorithms or impressive Neural Networks, but this powerful technology could be trustable or could generate intelligent responses based on the data you use when you train it."
"Although I’d love to see wider adoption and price recovery of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the underlying technology (blockchain) is already primed to disrupt many industries."
"Polkadot is a global network of blockchains and the foundation for a new, peer-to-peer internet. The platform is powerful enough from a scalability, interoperability, developability and governance perspective to help make the vision of Web3 a reality."
"Immutability is blockchain’s greatest strength and biggest barrier. Progressive decentralization could be the answer."
"When most people analyze and compare blockchain data, they think in terms of transactions. And you can’t fault them for it."
"I want to point out the following reasons why I switched from Ethereum to Tezos for future projects as the smart-contract platform of choice."
"Sharding is one of several popular methods being explored by developers to increase transactional throughput."
"By the end of this post, you should be able to understand the differences between Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake, what “BFT” means, and most importantly, what the main trade-offs are when considering which blockchain to build your application on."
"In this guide, we take a look at many different token standards, including some very new and cutting-edge ones."
"One of FLETA’s major innovations to the blockchain space is the new and novel “Proof-of-Formulation” consensus algorithm that prevents forks by providing real-time confirmation of blocks and transactions."
In the wake of the 2018 ICO bubble and with the purported potential of blockchain, many people have drawn parallels to the 2001 bubble. I recently reread Perez’s work to think through if there are any lessons for the world of blockchain, and to understand the parallels and differences between then and now. As Mark Twain may or may not have said, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”'
"I will preface this blog post by saying that my aim here is to set out and list some suggestive, not definitive, evidence I see of increased centralization in the Ethereum ecosystem. It sets out a hunch, not a mathematical proof. If you disagree with my opinion, that’s your prerogative. If you want to convince me otherwise, go dig up the hard data and prove me wrong."
"Distributed systems have to make trade-offs to function effectively in an asynchronous environment like the internet — one without a global clock to define the ordering of events. Blockchain-based networks, designed to carry immense value, must also guard against malicious, or byzantine, actors."
"What are blockchain games and how do they work? Here are some examples of games built on the Etheruem blockchain and beyond."
"IOST’s consensus algorithm — PoB — includes a more decentralized committee election process than current DPoS systems while still maintaining the scalability benefits and censorship resistance."
"Technology companies often lose sight of who uses their products. Humans tend to be drawn to nature and things that respond well to them. Blockchain projects need to start dedicating more time towards their users and borrow concepts from the traditional web to solve their needs. Without a human-centric mindset, mass adoption will become increasingly difficult. This is the largest pain-point to date for the blockchain industry to solve."