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a new hypermedia distribution protocol, addressed by content and identities. IPFS enables the creation of completely distributed applications. It aims to make …
The process used by mutually untrusting users to agree on the validation and execution of transactions and smart contracts.
For questions regarding the installation or use of EthereumJ, a Java library that implements the Ethereum protocol.
The "TheDAO" refers to the Slock.it DAO, the first major DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) on Ethereum.
light or thin clients do not store the whole blockchain and are used on mobile, embedded or IoT devices
Relating to ERC-721, the standard for Non-Fungible Tokens (also known as Deeds)
Discipline or techniques employed in protecting integrity or secrecy of electronic messages by converting them into unreadable (cipher text) form.
an algorithm that transfers data input of any size into a fixed size data which acts as a kind of "signature" for the data provided.
Questions dealing with the contracts or clients logs. The tag "events" may be more appropriate, see https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/events
a way for miners to pool their resources together and share their hashing power while splitting the reward equally according to the amount of shares they contributed to solving a bloc…
Questions related to the genesis block or file used in the initialization of a blockchain.
tag used for any topics on unspecific ethereum clients which allow interaction with the blockchain and smart contracts.
make smart contract functions able to receive either, or to make Ether transfers to address variables possible.
a process of requiring multiple parties to unlock funds, decrypt information or sign transactions
Questions related to other nodes in the Ethereum network, such as finding, connecting, and disconnecting from them.
a general-purpose computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible.