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Ameer Rosic 4h
Exciting news! Blockgeeks Learn +Earn Program When you learn with Blockgeeks, you earn with Blockgeeks Trade in your blocks for Bitcoin, save money on your next subscription, or wait for an exclusive offer! The choice is yours
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Blockgeeks 7h
rides the wave while many coins see small boosts today! 🎓📚Learn about EOS and decentralized applications with the links below! What is a Dapp?: Comprehensive EOS Guide: Global Dapp Rankings:
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Soft Fork: when the blockchain protocol is altered in a backwards-compatible way Hard Fork: when the blockchain protocol is altered in a non backwards-compatible way Temporary Fork: when two miners mine a new block at the same time Check out this video
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Blockgeeks 10h
Brings Tokenized Data to the Masses, Announces Latest Milestone-Based Token Offering
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Blockgeeks 10h
forks are defined variantly as changes in the protocol of the bitcoin network or as the situations that occur “when two or more blocks have the same block height”. A fork influences the validity of the rules.
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Blockgeeks 11h
and are two exciting projects! Both of them are smart contract platforms and are aiming to enrich the dApp ecosystem by bringing in as many developers to create high-quality dApps. In this guide we compare both platforms! #
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Blockgeeks 11h
In part 2 of Blockgeeks's Best Script Guide, we delve deeper into properly understanding the mechanics and logic behind Bitcoin and...
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Blockgeeks 13h
Behind every little of transaction, there is some code working in the background. This code is the Bitcoin Scripting Language! Check out our step by step guide!
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Blockgeeks 14h
"There is nothing better than coding a blockchain yourself to fully grasp the inner workings of a blockchain. This tutorial will explain you to build a blockchain which returns mining rewards."
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Blockgeeks 15h
Ever wanted to become a developer? This is the guide for you! Read now:
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Blockgeeks 16h
Happy Monday! Lets get started with some info on ! But today we are going to focus more on the developer side of things. We'll start of basic though! First up, "What is Bitcoin?"
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Blockgeeks Jun 16
Here's another great video! We explore the 5 biggest hacks that have happened!
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Blockgeeks Jun 16
Looking to buy some ? Read this guide
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Blockgeeks Jun 16
Another change that comes with 2.0 is the switch from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake but why is it needed?
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Blockgeeks Jun 16
A solution to 's scalability issue is sharding.. but what exactly is sharding? 🤓 Learn more here:
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Blockgeeks Jun 16
Happy Sunday! We're pretty excited for 2.0 so let's take today to talk about the changes to come! First for your , check out our guide on the most recent stage of Ethereum, Constantinople
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Blockgeeks Jun 15
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Blockgeeks Jun 15
Learning what Gives Value is a great way to end a discussion on stable coins... Check it out!
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Blockgeeks Jun 15
And of course, we can't forget ! Stellar, according to their website, “is a platform that connects banks, payments systems, and people. Integrate to move money quickly, reliably, and at almost no cost” More about them here:
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Blockgeeks Jun 15
You can't talk about stablecoins without mentioning ! . Previously, thought to be completely backed by USD, it seems that it might be backed by some too 🙃 ...more info here.
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