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3 Reasons Why Blockchain Security Matters to Enterprises

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Blockchain security refers to the way in which a crypto network is secured, both against attack from external actors, and to ensure that its network rules are upheld. The stronger the security of a chain, the harder it is to cheat by double spending a transaction or rolling the chain back to a former state. When viewed along this axis, Bitcoin is the world’s most secure blockchain, with 124 Ex/h per second directed at it. Knowing that a transaction cannot be reversed is of great value if […]

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DeFi 101 – Get on the #Defi Train [UPDATED]

What Is Blockchain Forks?

In this course you’ll learn: As the crypto-space continues to disrupt various industries, it has also begun to gain mainstream attention. With it, Decentralized Finance has emerged as a nascent space that can truly revolutionize financial markets – but how? And What exactly is Decentralized Finance anyway? In this video, we break down traditional financial structures while introducing the groundwork that defines DeFi. > MetaMask Tutorial: Within this walkthrough viewers will learn how to properly onboard onto MetaMask, how to Send and Receive transactions, and gain a […]

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Bluzelle Vs Filecoin- A Side by Side Comparison of the Decentralized Storage Services

It’s 2020 and the decentralized web couldn’t come soon enough. Last week’s shocking hack—which saw Joe Biden, Kanye West, Bill Gates and over 125 other high-profile Twitter users have their accounts hacked—has urged the decentralized debate again. When it becomes obvious that one of the biggest social media platforms is vulnerable to attacks, it further strengthens the point that we need to move away from centralized platforms. It isn’t just hacks like the one we saw last week that we need to worry about. Government control is also a good […]

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Video Guide: What are Blockchain Forks?

Video Guide: What are Blockchain Forks? – Blockgeeks Soft Fork: when the blockchain protocol is altered in a backwards-compatible way Hard Fork: when the blockchain protocol is altered in a non backwards-compatible way Temporary Fork: when two miners mine a new block at the same time

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