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an alternative blockchains to be used for testing and development with no value attached
Questions related to the Ropsten testnet: https://blog.ethereum.org/2016/11/20/from-morden-to-ropsten
a machine which is running an Ethereum client. It synchronises the blockchain with other nodes in the network, so that they all have the same definitive copy. A node is needed to send and re…
the initial offer of sale of a digital token or asset on the blockchain.
Lightweight Java and Android library for integration with Ethereum clients
questions regarding the testing during development of contracts and DApps
For questions about using the Ganache personal blockchain testing environment.
in assymetric cryptography, the private key is used to unlock, sign or decrypt
Web3.py helps you access your Ethereum node from Python. It is web3.js for Python.
a scalable, standards-based cluster and API endpoint for Ethereum & IPFS.
A type in solidity that allows access to arbitrary elements via a key, similar to a dictionary or hashmap in other languages.
a way of implementing a Smart Contract. Instead of running the contract code directly on the blockchain, the code is executed on some special off-chain entities called oracles which then sen…
Q&A related to Quorum, the permissioned Go implementation of Ethereum supporting data privacy.
the standard way to interact with contracts in the Ethereum ecosystem, both from outside the blockchain and for contract-to-contract interaction. Data is enco…
a dynamic and strongly typed programming language designed to emphasize usability.
a method by which a blockchain network aims to achieve distributed consensus by asking users to prove ownership of a certain amount of an asset.
exception generated when computations consume all the gas available to a transaction
the chain where the DAO rescue hardfork did not occur. This tag is for questions dealing with the differences between the chains, usage of multiple chains, as well as cross-chain i…
A transaction byte-encoded using the Recursive-Length Prefix (RLP) algorithm. Before Constantinople, it needs to be signed before it will be accepted by the network.