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May 30, 2022

Top 5 Hottest Blockchain Programming Languages in 2022

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Blockchain technology is spreading like fire across industries and businesses. It is currently used in digital voting, medical recordkeeping, decentralized finance, gaming, capital markets, supply chain management, etc. More and more businesses and individual users want to take advantage of blockchain to increase transparency, security, and communication. To leverage blockchain development in innovative use cases, organizations need to comprehend the programming languages best suited for their upcoming projects. Here are the top 5 hottest blockchain programming languages that are being utilized by start-ups and enterprises today.

A high-level programming language is getting more popularity as a blockchain developer language, particularly for dApps development. If you are looking for a language for developing smart contracts on Ethereum Blockchain, Solidity is the one. It is a contract-based language, allowing to store all the logic in the code of the Blockchain.

With amazing code portability, it is the most popular programming language among application developers. It has been used to create smart contracts such as Truffle, ARK, and some of the popular blockchains that are developed using Java include Ethereum, IOTA, NEM, and NEO.

May 16, 2022

Wearable NFTs: The Ultimate Guide to be Fashionable in 2022

Posted by in categories: blockchains, business, wearables

It provides an extension of the physical identity to relive themselves as what they want in their dreams with luxurious brands.

Wearable NFTs can provide endless creativity, gender inclusivity, accessibility, and availability for new business models.

Thus, wearable NFTs is known as an eco-friendly alternative to wastage of dress materials and pollution from factories.

May 8, 2022

Protection of virtual property: Can you truly own anything in the metaverse?

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May 2, 2022

A $300,000 Bored Ape NFT Just Sold for $3,000 Due To a Misplaced Decimal Point

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May 1, 2022

Telegram now lets users send cryptocurrency through TON blockchain spinoff

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May 1, 2022

The basics of decentralized finance

Posted by in categories: blockchains, computing, cryptocurrencies, finance, information science, mathematics

Decentralized finance is built on blockchain technology, an immutable system that organizes data into blocks that are chained together and stored in hundreds of thousands of nodes or computers belonging to other members of the network.

These nodes communicate with one another (peer-to-peer), exchanging information to ensure that they’re all up-to-date and validating transactions, usually through proof-of-work or proof-of-stake. The first term is used when a member of the network is required to solve an arbitrary mathematical puzzle to add a block to the blockchain, while proof-of-stake is when users set aside some cryptocurrency as collateral, giving them a chance to be selected at random as a validator.

To encourage people to help keep the system running, those who are selected to be validators are given cryptocurrency as a reward for verifying transactions. This process is popularly known as mining and has not only helped remove central entities like banks from the equation, but it also has allowed DeFi to open more opportunities. In traditional finance, are only offered to large organizations, for members of the network to make a profit. And by using network validators, DeFi has also been able to cut down the costs that intermediaries charge so that management fees don’t eat away a significant part of investors’ returns.

May 1, 2022

Web3 and blockchain technology: How digital asset ownership is flipping the current business model on its head

Posted by in categories: blockchains, business, finance, internet

Lately, there’s been no shortage of talk about the transition to Web3, a new digital frontier powered by blockchain and accessible via decentralized applications (dapps). But while many of the products created thus far are groundbreaking — offering verifiable digital ownership and access to new financial instruments — they still haven’t managed to galvanize mainstream adoption yet.

To reach critical mass, the blockchain industry needs to ensure that platforms and services are easy to use as their current-gen counterparts. ## **We aren’t there yet**

The current landscape of the internet is still very much grounded in Web2 architecture. While users can access a range of services, each requires its own unique username and password and third-party platforms are typically still needed to process payments. While this model has ostensibly worked well enough for the past two decades, it’s been mired by the centralized control of big tech companies, which thrive on selling user data.

Apr 30, 2022

Power to the Players

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Walter Lynsdalein russia they aren’t even respecting traditional IP laws, “ok you can copy western IP as a sanctions workaround”. I doubt they’ll respect NFTs. there’s a broader issue than “distributed vs centralised”.

The only way to really own something is to kee… See more.

Csaba HoffmannJust a couple of months now and we will see how it compares to the “legacy” system.

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Apr 30, 2022

NFTs Are Legally Problematic ft. Steve Mould & Coffeezilla

Posted by in categories: blockchains, education, law

Ah, NFT’S. I genuinely am not sure how I feel or think about them, though I DEFINITELY lean towards an annoyed 🤔MEH🙄.

What I DO know is that this is a great, brief look at the legal aspects of the issues surrounding it and the thing itself.

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Apr 28, 2022

BlackRock launches a blockchain ETF that offers a ‘gradual entry point’ into the tech — and the opportunity for exponential growth, says top iShares exec

Posted by in categories: blockchains, cryptocurrencies

BlackRock announced on Wednesday its new iShares Blockchain and Tech ETF (IBLC), which allows investors to gain exposure to the blockchain sector without any direct investments in cryptocurrencies.

The exchange-traded fund tracks US and international companies involved in the “development, innovation, and utilization of blockchain and crypto technologies,” BlackRock said. Currently, the fund has over $4.7 million in net assets across 34 holdings, excluding cash positions and derivative exposures.

The ETF is a “gradual entry point into the blockchain ecosystem” and includes holdings like crypto exchanges, crypto miners, and underlying technologies, said Rachel Aguirre, BlackRock’s head of US iShares product, at a Wednesday panel event.

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