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Questions concerned with the expected or actual time between the discovery of two blocks.
Questions about block production and proposers (in Ethereum 2.0)
Questions relating to the reward for producing a block, currently 5 ETH per block.
for questions dealing with the structure of blocks.
a space-efficient probabilistic data structure used in the Ethereum Blockchain
Geth finds peers through something called the discovery protocol. In the discovery protocol, nodes are gossiping with each other to find out about other nodes on the network. In order to get going ini…
A brain wallet refers to the concept of storing Ethereum in one's own mind by memorizing a mnemonic recovery phrase. If the mnemonic is not recorded anywhere, the Ethereum can be thought of as being h…
an open source privacy-focused web browser based on Chrome.
a package manager for macOS and Linux that provides an easy interface to install many packages. It has been built to play nicely with your existing system and not interfere with …
a Python-based development and testing framework for smart contracts targeting the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
for all questions which appear to be a bug and should be reported to upstream project developers.
both the fixed-size array byte, bytes1...bytes32, and the dynamic array bytes types in Solidity
Questions about the "data" part in a transaction, which can be accessed by "msg.data". web3.eth.getTransaction calls this field "input".
No longer possible with EIP 150. Questions related to "call depth attacks", sometimes called "call stack attack", that uses the EVM's depth limit of 1024 calls to trick contracts into believing somet…
a security-deposit based economic consensus protocol.