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Questions dealing with the Solidity fallback function
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graphic processing units, commonly known as graphic cards
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all questions about scaling the ethereum ecosystem
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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…
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an upcoming P2P messaging protocol that will be integrated into the EtherBrowser
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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.
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Without any central instance or authority; distributed over less concentrated areas.
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Questions about the "data" part in a transaction, which can be accessed by "msg.data". web3.eth.getTransaction calls this field "input".
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the user interface and DApp browser for the Parity Ethereum client written in Rust.
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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 …
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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…
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filter for the logs fired by contract's events
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Confirmations correspond to the number of blocks that are dependent on a given transaction. This includes the block containing that transaction and all blocks after it in the blockchain. The more conf…
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Regarding the use of the Secure Hash Algorithm SHA-3. Note that Ethereum and tools such as Solidity and web3.js uses Keccak-256.
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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.
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a library for secure smart contract development. It provides implementations of standards like ERC20 and ERC721 which you can deploy as-is or extend to suit your needs, as we…
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Questions related to the blockchain explorers
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Ethereum's core Python library implementation
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a new testnet for Ethereum using Parity's Proof of Authority consensus engine, which is immune to spam attacks as Ether supply is controlled by trusted parties and provides a consistent 4 sec…
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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.
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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 …
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events where the blockchain consensus is not guaranteed and clients may have different states
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Questions about Ethereum's pool of pending transactions: the txpool / mempool.