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Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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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…
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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).
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Ethereum has two types of accounts: externally owned user accounts, controlled by private keys, and contract accounts, controlled by their contract code.
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the particulars of names, domains or accounts on the blockchain.
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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…
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Questions about Akasha, the decentralised social network.
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For questions regarding installation, configuration, running and debugging Ethereum software specifically on the Android operating system.
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Questions related to user anonymity. For questions related to data and smart contract privacy, use [tag:privacy].
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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.
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Questions about Ethereum's architecture. Check tags such as dapp-development, contract-design, and design-patterns if they may fit better.
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Questions regarding the use of Arrays in solidity.
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ASIC-resistance means that there will be no significant speedup by implementing the algorithm in an ASIC, as compared to a CPU based implementation.
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An Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) is an integrated circuit customized for a specific application, rather than being a general-purpose IC.
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a statement, which aborts a program when it evaluates to false. Assert is typically used for debugging and situations which should never happen.
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a hackable text editor created by GitHub and developed on top of the Electron desktop application platform.
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attempts by malicious users or software to subvert/manipulate the behaviour of an application or network