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NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. Non-fungible means that something cannot be exchanged for another item because it’s unique. For instance, one piece of art is not equal to another. Both have unique properties. Fungible items, on the other hand, can be exchanged for one another. For instance, one dollar or…


DigiByte has been released in 2014, most of DigiByte code comes from Bitcoin, but the developers copy Bitcoin and call it a day, instead DigiByte is seen as heavily modified version of Bitcoin.

Most Bitcoins have probably heard of the difficulty adjustment. Every two weeks, the Bitcoin mining difficulty changes…


Natural Language Processing (NLP) is how machines can not only make sense of words,, but also make a sense of words in their context. N-grams are one way to help machines understand a word in its context to get a better understanding of the meaning of a word. For example…


Ethereum has a scaling problem. With increasing demand and congestion, simple transactions are costing an average fee of above $20, with more complicated transactions nearer to $100. And the fees are starting to price out the average person.

Polygon, formerly known as the Matic network, is out to fix this…


What is ERC20 Tokens?


Cardano is a smart-contract blockchain, but its biggest difference from other smart-contract platforms, like Ethereum, is the extensive research and testing that’s done for each and every upgrade, before it’s released. Everything that’s integrated into Cardano is researched and peer-reviewed before it’s tested and eventually added to the blockchain.

It’s…


The much expected upgrade to Ethereum will change significantly the way Ethereum works and promises to solve the scalability issue, making Ethereum capable of supporting the tremendous workload from all these smart contracts.

The Most significant change that Ethereum 2.0 will bring is that it will transition Ethereum from a…


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Blockchains as concept are not too hard to understand for programmers. The reason is that most of the complications (mining, hashing, elliptic-curve cryptography, peer-to-peer networks, etc.) are just there to provide a certain set of features and promises for the platform. …

Azu Lee

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