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.
Peer-to-peer lending allows borrowers to connect directly with lenders, bypassing the middleman normally involved in traditional banking systems.
Automated market makers incentivize users to become liquidity providers in exchange for a share of transaction fees and free tokens.
In the context of blockchain, a fork is a technical phenomenon that occurs when a blockchain splits into two separate branches. These
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.
An airdrop, in the cryptocurrency business, is a marketing stunt that involves sending coins or tokens to wallet addresses in order to promote awareness of a new virtual currency.
The nonce is the number that blockchain miners are solving for. When the solution is found, the blockchain miners are offered cryptocurrency in exchange.