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Questions pertaining to Ethereum clients or software specifically on Mac OSX. Typically the bug or question would, most likely, only occur on Macs or is Mac-specific.
an upcoming P2P messaging protocol that will be integrated into the EtherBrowser
the user interface and DApp browser for the Parity Ethereum client written in Rust.
a computer program that translates a higher-level programming language into a lower-level language. For example: Solidity is compiled into EVM opcodes.
Issues or questions pertaining to the installation or building process of Ethereum clients or Ethereum related software. ie: Installing Mist, building solc, etc. Typically these questions are also tag…
a reference to [active Ethereum account](https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/3081/what-is-coinbase). Coinbase is also a name of digital exchange company headquartered in San …
Without any central instance or authority; distributed over less concentrated areas.
Questions about the "data" part in a transaction, which can be accessed by "msg.data". web3.eth.getTransaction calls this field "input".
Regarding the use of the Secure Hash Algorithm SHA-3. Note that Ethereum and tools such as Solidity and web3.js uses Keccak-256.
ask questions or get clarification about the subjects covered in Gavin Wood's Ethereum yellow paper. Good questions will be highly-technical and/or protocol-level questions, rather than the "h…
Hierarchical deterministic wallets (or "HD Wallets") are wallets which can be shared partially or entirely with different systems, each with or without the ability to spend coins.
Questions about Ethereum's pool of pending transactions: the txpool / mempool.
Questions pertaining to Ethereum clients or software on the Linux operating systems. Typically the bug or question would, most likely, only occur on Linux or is Linux-specific.
any algorithm that can be used to map data of arbitrary size to data of fixed size. The values returned by a hash function are called hash values, hash codes, hash sums, or simply …