Dan Finlay from MetaMask gives a basic technical overview of how Ethereum and blockchains work at the opening talks of the IPFS Ethererum Hackathon, Seattle 2017.
In case you’re wondering exactly how hard it is to crack 256-bit encryption or mess with the blockchain.
Depsite the cryptocurrency’s rise to prominence, Bitcoin may be doomed to failure as the blockchain struggles to scale up.
Professor Ross Anderson from the University of Cambridge explains.
This informative discusses the state of Blockchain technology and the key project initiatives under development based on this revolutionary technology.
Siraj Raval explains Ethereum and why it’s a big deal.
Blockchain is an interesting technology has the potential to change everything from daily transaction, property records, and food safety.In this video Mark explains the basic building blocks of blockchain. The discussion includes transactions, blocks, and hashes and how these fundamentals could be used to create a distributed ledger.
Siraj Raval explains Web 3.0 and the dark side of web and mobile development (in a good way).
He builds a distributing voting app that uses blockchains, distributed hash tables, and peer to peer protocols to create a decentralized application.
Siraj Raval cuts through the hype and understand Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) by creating one ourselves programmatically! We’ll first learn about Bitcoin & Ethereums architecture to prepare us for the smart contract creation process.