During the last few articles from our Blockchain 101 series, we have established, what the blockchain is, how it works, what are the Smart Contracts and dApps. In this article, you will learn what are the different types of blockchain types. What is more, we’ll try to explain some of the pros and cons of each type. Today, we can distinguish three types of blockchain types – public, private and a consortium blockchain. Read more
In the previous articles of Blockchain 101, we have already established a basic knowledge of blockchain technology, how it works and what are the consensus mechanisms. In this chapter, we’ll discuss what a 51% attack on the blockchain is and what can happen if such an attack takes place. Read more
This is the second article from Blockchain 101 series, which talks about consensus algorithms used by various blockchain implementations. consensus algorithms are responsible for collective decision making for single data value between all the participating peers (nodes). Read more
This is the first post from our Blockchain 101 series aiming to bring you closer to the blockchain technologies. While preparing those articles, we assume you have no or limited knoledge and would like learn everything from scratch or expand your expertise in this field. Should you feel we haven’t exhausted the topic, please let us know how we can improve in the comments section. Read more
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First, a bit of definition – Black Friday is a name for the day following Thanksgiving, the fourth Thursday of November. It’s been regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the United States, since 1952, although the term “Black Friday” did not become widely recognized or used until the 1980s or later in some regions. Read more