How Web3 and a mesh organizational design can turn challenges into opportunities
Posted on March 4, 2023, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
We're in a new era (or at least the early days of a new chapter)—not just a new period in our technological history but also a new paradigm for how people work and contribute to solving problems. One significant challenge I've found in working with leaders is that most organizations are not designed to adapt—let alone thrive—in this new era. By Jen Kelchner.
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Introducing blockchain node engine: Fully managed node-hosting for Web3 development
Posted on December 8, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Blockchain is changing the way the world stores and moves its information. Building on our commitment to help Web3 developers build and deploy new products on blockchain-based platforms, today we're thrilled to announce Google Cloud's Blockchain Node Engine. By Amit Zavery, James Tromans.
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Cryptocurrency tech is vulnerable to tampering, DARPA analysis finds
Posted on October 8, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Whether prices are up or down, for many investors in cryptocurrency, the real appeal is that there's nobody in charge. But a new report finds that the decentralized system might not be working as well as many crypto enthusiasts assume.or a one-time activity like creating a cluster, but not for continuous tasks like app delivery and configuration management.
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Blockchain scalability: Execution, storage, and consensus
Posted on June 10, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Trust minimization is a valuable security property that blockchain technology is uniquely positioned to generate—replacing handshakes, brand reputation, and paper contracts with guarantees based on computer code, cryptography, and decentralized consensus. These superior guarantees provided by blockchains form the basis of cryptographic truth. By chain.link.
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Web3: What is it and what it means for freelancers
Posted on June 1, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
It is being said that Web3 is the future of the internet which promises a decentralised, immutable version of the global web -- free of intermediaries and equipped with the same cryptographic verifiability as cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). But what does that really mean? By Stefania Volpe.
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Stacks vs. Solana vs. Polygon: How do they compare from a developer perspective?
Posted on May 31, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
What's the best blockchain for building Web3 applications? It depends on what you want to prioritize across the blockchain trilemma. The trilemma argues that blockchains can only provide two of the three properties of decentralization, security, and scalability, and that no matter where you build, you'll be making a tradeoff. By Joe Bender.
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How to become a blockchain developer
Posted on March 14, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
With an average salary of $154k per year and steady job growth, now is the ideal time to learn blockchain development. To create and improve blockchain technologies, blockchain developers exercise various skills, including computer networking, cryptography, algorithms, and data structures. By Prajix.
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Study finds consumers prefer digital banking experiences, but are concerned about security
Posted on March 9, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
A survey from Entrust details preferences of the modern banking customer, with consumers indicating a need for online banking capabilities, secure cards with chips and enhanced payment security. By Fintech News Desk.
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Experimenting with Chaos Engineering and Blockchain
Posted on August 4, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
In this article, we'll show how you can use the open-source Chaos Toolkit (CTK) to better understand Blockchain, stable-states, and what immutability really means. By Sal Kimmich.
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WebAssembly to run blockchain using Go
Posted on April 26, 2021, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Blockchain is a technology with countless applications and a great potential that is not yet fully utilized. It is an ordered list of blocks that are chained together, hence dubbed the name blockchain. By Mahmoud Fathy.
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Monetizing your blog with cryptocurrencies
Posted on March 20, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Current internet has been dominated by huge corporations, spying on users and selling their data to the advertisement companies. Amount of ads in internet is unbearable, pushing the quality content out in favour of mass produced click baits. By Damian Sosnowski.
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Mapping the future of legal personality
Posted on November 22, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length long
This article evaluates how to adapt to disruption by examining the concept of legal personality as applied to DAOs, taking into account the unique features of DAOs, and reimagining how these and other Innovative Technology Arrangements might be regulated more effectively. By Max Ganado, Joshua Ellul, Gordon Pace, Steven Tendon, and Bryan Wilson.
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