Category Archives: ethereum blockchain

Martin Swende’s Thoughts On Securing Ethereum Against Attackers

Click here to view original web page at Martin Swende explained some of the breakthroughs in testing on the Ethereum Virtual Machine that are making the system more resilient. Among the presenters at Devcon3, Martin Swende spoke on November 2 about blockchain security and demonstrated how the system analyzes… Read more »

How Can Smart Contracts Create Win-Win Strategies For ICO Investors.

Click here to view original web page at “Winners don’t do different things; they do things differently” That’s how intelligent investors thrive in this new economic age. And, surprisingly, the recipe for success remains the same, even when it comes to cryptocurrencies. Additionally, in this context apart from investment… Read more »

Ethereum’s Geth Client Finds Vulnerability Less Than Two Days Before Fork

Click here to view original web page at The hard fork software on ethereum’s most popular client Geth has been retracted due to a denial-of-service (DoS) attack vulnerability. Ethereum’s Byzantium hard fork is expected to happen in less than two days. On finding the bug, ethereum developers pushed a… Read more »

The Byzantium Countdown: What’s Left Before Ethereum’s Next Fork?

Click here to view original web page at The next major update to ethereum, the world’s second largest blockchain by total value, is set to go live in less than a week. Part of a larger, multi-component upgrade called Metropolis, the so-called “Byzantium” code will be enforced at block… Read more »

The Million Dollar Homepage Reborn as an Ethereum Smart Contract and DApp

Click here to view original web page at Remember the Million Dollar Homepage? It was an interesting, if not novel concept. But it has since inspired many copycats and imitators. And now we see that its legacy lives on in, of all places, the blockchain. Two software developers from… Read more »