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Links to the best articles, videos and podcasts about Ethereum.

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How open is too open?

"On transparency, governance, and the challenge of keeping Ethereum alive"

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Visions of Ether

"How major narratives of Ethereum and $ETH have evolved over time."

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Ethereum in Emerging Economies

"Mass adoption will start where decentralization is necessary"

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Devcon4 Keynote - Vitalik Buterin

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Detailed overview of Ethereum 2.0 shard chains: Committees, Proposers and Attesters

"Many details of how Ethereum 2.0 will work are available today, and multiple teams are already working on implementations of it. One large component for which neither spec nor any detailed info is available today is the shard chains."

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Insights into the Ethereum ecosystem

"Analysis of the top 250 ERC-20 tokens by market cap"

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Layer 1 Should Be Innovative in the Short Term but Less in the Long Term

"One of the key tradeoffs in blockchain design is whether to build more functionality into base-layer blockchains themselves (“layer 1”), or to build it into protocols that live on top of the blockchain, and can be created and modified without changing the blockchain itself (“layer 2”). "

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Emerging Scilla & Vyper Programming Languages for Smart Contracts

"Despite its success and widespread use for writing smart contracts on Ethereum, Solidity is a relatively new programming language, naturally susceptible to bugs and some high-level logical faults. Out of the demand for smart contract creation and improved security methods for writing them, programming languages Vyper and Scilla have emerged."

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Ethereum’s ERC-20 Tokens Explained, Simply

"There’s a lot of acronyms in the cryptocurrency space. This intimidates newcomers. The fact that acronyms in this space are sometimes even combinations of letters and numbers confounds that level of intimidation. But there’s nothing fancy about it. Long story short, an ERC-20 token is just a cryptocurrency that’s built on the Ethereum platform. Don’t worry, I’ll explain what that means."

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Ethereum 2.0 — Who’s building it?

"Ethereum’s roadmap is ambitious. In our last article, we described the Ethereum 2.0 vision."

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Ethereum Developers Reduce Ether Rewards to 2 ETH, Delay ‘Difficulty Bomb’

"Ethereum developers have decided to delay the “Difficulty Bomb” by agreeing to include the code for such a change into Metropolis’ hard fork—Constantinople."

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State of Ethereum Protocol #1

"A look through all that has been happening in Ethereum’s “Year of Scalability” and progress made on the path towards Ethereum 2.0."

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Everything You Need to Know About Smart Contracts: A Beginner’s Guide

"Introducing Smart Contracts and its features in an efficient way"

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Thought Bitcoin Had a Whale Problem? Ethereum Is Much Worse

"Some of these ideals have been challenged by the rise of the crypto “whales” — the relatively small number of mysterious wallets that hold disproportionate amounts of crypto wealth. It’s important, of course, not to overstate this problem. A vast amount of wealth is held by cryptocurrency addresses, which are not necessarily owned by individuals. In many cases, the addresses belong to cryptocurrency exchanges. "

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Getting Deep Into EVM: How Ethereum Works Backstage

"In-depth Explanation of What EVM is and How EVM Works."

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What Is Ethereum's "Difficulty Bomb"?

Ethereum's "Difficulty Bomb" explained.

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Ethereum vs. EOS

"There are hardly any other cryptocurrencies with a rivalry as tense as Ethereum and EOS. Coming in as the number one and number two decentralized app (dapp) platforms by market cap size, both cryptocurrencies polarize crypto enthusiasts as to their preference."

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Ethereum, FOMO3D, and Dangerous Game Theory

"FOMO3D is a blockchain game that currently has $12 million in ETH at stake, with all of it locked up in a very bizarre-looking set of rules. But upon closer inspection, the rules aren’t so strange. In fact, it turns out to resemble a scaled-up version of a classic game in behavioral game theory. They teach it at Harvard Business School."

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