The Story Of Bitcoin And Ethereum’s Reversed Blockchains

Decentralization is the primary selling point of the three worlds of Bitcoin, crypto, and the web. There are several reasons for this. Some are related to the increased transactional efficiency that decentralization can provide. Others are related to creating permissionless, censorship-resistant digital networks. The most important is that decentralization weakens any single-point-of-failure, hence bolstering network security. This not only keeps a network as close to unbiased and ‘neutral’ as possible but almost guarantees its immutability. Yet the crypto world hasn’t…

The DAO Hack Report and Its Ongoing Implications to Cryptocurrency

Ethereum is one of the top digital currencies shaping the decentralized ledger technology. It's a community blockchain behind the Ether (ETH) cryptocurrency and thousands of dApps. According to CoinMarketCap, ETH is the second-highest traded (over $5,776,058,511 in 24hrs, at the time of writing) coin behind BTC. Ethereum is considered the most stable blockchain hence the preferred infrastructure for most stable coins. However, the blockchain is associated with some minimal flaws. Among these is an attack on the DAO. This article will…