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A small Parity JavaScript library providing reactive expressions, so called `Bond`s. Classes deriving from `Bond` are expected to determine when their value has changed and call `trigger` accordingly.
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Questions regarding Expanse, a fork of Ethereum running on its own chain, without Ethereum's difficulty bomb, and with a lower currency supply (EXP).
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pbft means the Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance which is one flavor of consensus protocol.
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kept. An example is the Ethereum Name Service registry. But any application can have their own registries.
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Questions about Ether.li, the multi-signature (multisig) Etherium web wallet with 2 factor authentification (2FA)
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For questions regarding .eth, the Ethereum Top Level Domain.
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able to encode and decode arbitrarily nested arrays and structs. It produces less optimal code (the optimizer for this part of the code is still under development).
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for questions related to interacting with or developing for Ethereum and Ethereum-compatible blockchains using sbt-ethereum.
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an instruction on the EVM that returns the size of the data of the last function call.
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Questions about the creators or managers of records in registries. Use the tag "registries" otherwise.
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ask questions or get clarification about the subjects covered in Vitalik Buterin's Ethereum mauve paper. Good questions will be highly-technical and/or protocol-level questions, rather than th…
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Questions related to Ethereum Harmony https://github.com/ether-camp/ethereum-harmony