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"Non-cooperative game theory, the original and most widely used branch of game theory, assumes the absence of an external authority to enforce rules. Fundamentally, I claim that the Ethereum ledger constitutes an incorruptible, omnipresent, external overseer that no matter the game is always available to enforce agreements among players. This ...Read More
"Last week, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced the launch of the Mainnet Initiative, which aims to accelerate collaboration between enterprises and the Ethereum community working on the public mainnet. The initiative will be led by a technical working group and will provide a channel for mainnet R&D teams to ...Read More
A lot of people are making a big of deal out of this article yet it says so little about the named "friendly fork". First of all, it's not even decided if it's a state fork or a code fork which makes a whole lot of different behind the motivation of the fork. ...Read More
"Cloudflare is uniquely positioned to host an Ethereum gateway, and we have the utmost faith in the products we offer to customers. This is why the Cloudflare Ethereum gateway runs as a Cloudflare customer and we dogfood our own products to provide a fast and reliable gateway. The domain we We also use Load balancing and Argo Tunnel for fast, redundant, and secure content delivery. With Argo Smart Routing enabled, requests and responses to our Ethereum gateway are tunnelled directly from our Ethereum node to the Cloudflare edge using the best possible routing." ...Read More
"While ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens required a new smart contract deployed for each new “class” of token, the core concept behind ERC-1155 is that a single smart contract can govern an infinite number of tokens."
Another piece of the puzzle falling into place. "In this blog post, we describe a few applications of making internet-hosted data available inside an immutable public blockchain: placing BigQuery data available on-chain using a Chainlink oracle smart contract. Possible applications are innumerable, but we've focused this post on a few that we think are of high and immediate ...Read More
"The dxDAO is an ambitious experiment, and one of the largest blockchain-based coordination endeavors to date since “The DAO.” The idea for the dxDAO initially arose from Gnosis’ design and development of a permissionless trading protocol, the DutchX, which has proved its viability as critical infrastructure providing a decentralized, on-chain -------> "Its lifelong trajectory will ultimately be decided by what community stakeholders deem to be the most legit pursuits!" ...Read More
Is Argent the future of digital currency wallets? With its use of ENS addresses and Guardians it seems to offer solutions that will further adoption of cryptocurrencies.
"The larger lesson of an ongoing Ethereum crime spree: Be careful about who's generating your cryptocurrency keys."
There's been a lot of talk recently about funding teams building crypto projects. Here's how we're thinking about it at the Ethereum Name Service (ENS).
This is a curve market maker-based price oracle! This is something that i've been thinking about for a while in the context of bonding curves. It makes perfect sense, and if you have the right parameters in place there is an incentive for arbitrageurs to have the oracle match the One interesting application — a dynamic inflation rate tied to price. As the price increases, gradually increase the inflation rate to introduce some stability. This would work particularly well for utility tokens with some underlying value. ...Read More
I've heard that key management is a hard problem and thus a barrier to blockchain based identity and cryptocurrency adoption. This group doesn't make it seem that complicated. (please comment)
This is such a fun experiment! It’s been really interesting to see already how things have progressed. The price went from 0.3 eth all the way to 888 eth in a matter of hours. At that price and current eth value, Simon will make $6k in COST patronage over a (Disclosure: I was the first buyer, and I definitely somewhat regret not setting the price much higher to begin with!) ...Read More