To mitigate congestion, developers created secondary blockchains that work in conjunction with the main blockchain. This technology is known as a Layer 2 protocol.
The world of DeFi is complex, but some users have learned tactics to make their cryptocurrency generate as much income as possible.
Web 3.0 is coming — but what is it, and where did Web 1.0 and 2.0 go?
Blockchain oracles are entities that connect blockchains to external systems, thereby enabling smart contracts to execute based upon inputs and outputs from the real world.
The Ethereum Name Service takes inspiration from a technological challenge first contended with when the U.S. military was developing the building blocks of the internet.
This article outlines how DeFi differs from CeFi from a legal, security, economic, privacy, and market manipulation standpoint.
Liquidity pools enable users to buy and sell crypto on decentralized exchanges and other DeFi platforms without the need for centralized market makers.
Digital money has arrived, but the new vocabulary can be difficult to parse. A good start to mastery of this world is to understand the difference between crypto coins and tokens.