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the standard way to interact with contracts in the Ethereum ecosystem, both from outside the blockchain and for contract-to-contract interaction. Data is enco…
able to encode and decode arbitrarily nested arrays and structs. It produces less optimal code (the optimizer for this part of the code is still under development).
Ethereum has two types of accounts: externally owned user accounts, controlled by private keys, and contract accounts, controlled by their contract code.
the particulars of names, domains or accounts on the blockchain.
a distribution of a token or coin, usually for free, to numerous wallet addresses. Airdrops are primarily implemented as a way of gaining attention and new followers, resulting in a larg…
Questions about Akasha, the decentralised social network.
For questions regarding installation, configuration, running and debugging Ethereum software specifically on the Android operating system.
Questions related to user anonymity. For questions related to data and smart contract privacy, use [tag:privacy].
the process of determining and exposing a set of consistent method signatures, return values, and documentation intended for use by other developers to allow programmatic access to data.
Questions about Ethereum's architecture. Check tags such as dapp-development, contract-design, and design-patterns if they may fit better.
ASIC-resistance means that there will be no significant speedup by implementing the algorithm in an ASIC, as compared to a CPU based implementation.
An Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) is an integrated circuit customized for a specific application, rather than being a general-purpose IC.
a statement, which aborts a program when it evaluates to false. Assert is typically used for debugging and situations which should never happen.
a hackable text editor created by GitHub and developed on top of the Electron desktop application platform.
attempts by malicious users or software to subvert/manipulate the behaviour of an application or network