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a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design. Use this tag for questions when you're having problems with the implementation of design-patterns. P…
a validated block that got a silver rather than gold medal, because another miner propagated a competing block more rapidly, and therefore won the “race” to become the next confirmed…
Ethereum’s Proof-of-Work system which is a combination of modified versions of Dagger and Hashimoto algorithms. This new system was developed to overcome the problems prevalent in other cryp…
Questions related to "reentrancy vulnerability" or "reentrant attack", where untrusted code reenters a contract and manipulates state. http://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/1317/reentrant-contracts …
In cryptography, the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm offers a variant of the Digital Signature Algorithm which uses elliptic curve cryptography.
The purpose of RLP (Recursive Length Prefix) is to encode arbitrarily nested arrays of binary data, and RLP is the main encoding method used to serialize objects in Ethereum.
Question about the Ethereum miner or mining process
Questions related to the optimization of Ethereum aspects such as gas, storage, compilers, etc.
Questions about EtherDelta, the decentralized token exchange platform started by Etherboost
Questions regarding Zero Knowledge Succinct Noninteractive Arguments of Knowledge. In particular ZKSNARKs with regard to the elliptic curve precompiles in Ethereum.
Questions concerned with running Ethereum software on a Raspberry Pi. A small, low cost, single board computer.
Ethereum's core Python-based client
Questions related to user anonymity. For questions related to data and smart contract privacy, use [tag:privacy].
Question related to the Ethereum IDEs (Integrated development environment )
The term "server-side" refers to the portion of an application run on a server. The counterpart of "server-side" is "client-side", meaning the part of an application running locally on the user's own …