ICO vs STO Explained Simply

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While blockchain has been around for quite a while, it was the appearance of Bitcoin in 2009 that brought blockchain mainstream. While today Bitcoin remains speculative of its reputation of being volatile and risky, blockchain technology and other distributed ledger technology have amassed quite a unison in its value in the finance industry.

Large firms like BNY Mellon, Tesla Inc, Mastercard Inc have invested or embraced cryptocurrencies in their portfolio. JP Morgan, America’s largest bank, created its digital token, JPM coins used to make an instantaneous transaction using blockchain technology.

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Applications, Advantages & Challenges


Blockchain has gained momentum over the past few years, and industries from every sector are keen on implementing blockchain technology to develop protocols, applications and benefit from its decentralized and distributed structure. The financial industry is no different and is looking for technologies that provide security and convenience.

Therefore, the use of crypto assets has been increased as an individual from anywhere can access their purchases, make payments and benefit from other advantages as well. Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is the new path used to manage and monitor finances in a decentralized environment with no interference from an intermediary.


Hacker Tools Used in Internet of Things (IoT)

Ethical hacking follows the safety hacking guidelines for effective system operation. While several factors contribute to its development, one of the most important is its availability of IoT hacking tools that make the job easier to handle. An ethical hacker is a security expert’s who legally hacks a computer to detect risks and illegal access.

Every security professional must know all devices within the network, including the Internet of things (IoT), thoroughly in the core of ethical hacking. IoT hacking tools enable ethical hacking as they help to automate the necessary steps. …

Types of DLTs Explained

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Bitcoin is a digital currency created in 2008, and it introduced a blockchain-based digital currency in the world. The technology introduced the distributed leading system into a new monetary network.

Hashgraph, DAG, and Holochain have emerged as blockchain alternatives with features such as security, stability, and speed. This article aims to understand the difference between Blockchain, Hashgraph, DAG, and Holochain and their functioning. Here’s a video of TLDR

What is Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)?

A distributed ledger is a sophisticated type of database. The Blockchain is the most widely used type of distributed ledger. …

Blockchain vs DLT Explained for Beginners

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Blockchain is increasing in popularity because of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Many traditional centralized bodies such as governments and banks are starting to take an interest in blockchain technology.

A new term that is starting to make waves in the cryptocurrency space is the distributed ledger technology. However, many people usually confuse distributed ledgers with blockchain and vice versa. In this article, we will highlight everything you need to know about distributed ledger vs blockchain.

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What is a Distributed Ledger?

A distributed ledger is a database that can be found across several locations or among multiple participants. However, most companies…

Blockchain 101 Courses for Beginners

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The blockchain network can be viewed as a system that records information in a ‘block’ and distributes it through a network ‘chain.’ The blockchain technologies can be used as public means of transactions and private means for inter-organization transactions. Blockchain storage is typically referred to as a ‘digital ledger.’

The biggest advantage of blockchain technology is that it duplicates and distributes the digital ledger of transactions throughout the network of computer systems, thereby giving everyone access to their transactions. Every time a new transaction occurs, a record of that is updated to every participant’s ledger.

Multiple participants manage this Decentralized…

Blockchain vs Linked List Explained

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linked list vs blockchain
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A blockchain is a collection of transaction blocks that is finite, organized, and back-linked. If you want to learn about Blockchain thoroughly, you must first understand linked lists.

A linked list is a set of linear data structures linked together by links. Each link in the blockchain is connected to its corresponding link.

If this sounds confusing to you, don’t worry. This article will break down the similarities and differences between blockchains and linked lists so you get a clear understanding of both.

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What is a Linked List?

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Learn about protocols in blockchain and their benefits

Blockchain technology has reached a milestone where it is popular across all industries. Every enterprise is looking for ways to benefit from its decentralized nature and features that process transactions securely and privately. With blockchain being used in every industry, it is necessary to keep up with the evolution of blockchain and its protocols.

Blockchain protocols are regulations and guidelines followed to achieve its decentralized and distributed nature, to ensure secure transactions, and more. Here’s a short video to summarize the complete post,

All these terms might be overwhelming for someone new to the blockchain biz. This blog will…

It’s NOT what you think it is!

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The blockchain sector has gained massive popularity in recent years and has been evolving continuously ever since. A blockchain is a distributed ledger technology (DLT), one among many other distributed ledger technologies, and some of these promises to provide more advantages as compared to blockchain.

A Hashgraph is one such distributed ledger technology gaining momentum as it claims to be more secure, efficient, and faster than blockchain. This blog compares the two distributed ledger technologies by explaining what blockchain and Hashgraph mean, their working, and how they stand apart. …

It’s Time to Transact More Efficiently!

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Smart contracts are considered one of the most essential applications in blockchain as they enable the transfer of everything right from bitcoin to goods transported across the globe. Smart contracts essentially remove intermediaries from a business contract, thereby streamlining the contractual process.

If you’re on this page, chances are you’re curious about smart contracts and how they can be applied to your business. This blog will help you understand what are smart contracts, how they work, and how you can leverage them using the secure blockchain network to conduct contractual transactions with ease, all while reducing the loss of time.

What is a Smart Contract?

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