Skip to main content

69 docs tagged with "Blockchain"

View All Tags

Account Abstraction

Account Abstraction proposes having more flexibility in the process for validating a transaction on the blockchain:

Account Wallet

By having the private keys to your addresses in an Ethereum wallet, you can take full custody and control of your digital assets, but those keys don't tell you about the present state of the blockchain, such as your wallet balance.

Accounts and Addresses

Where ETH is stored. Users can initialize accounts, deposit ETH into the accounts, and transfer ETH from their accounts to other users.

Blockchain Nodes

A distributed network of computers that can validate blocks and transaction data by executing software.

Blockchain Rollups

Rollups perform transaction execution outside the main Ethereum blockchain and send the transaction data back to the main Ethereum network.


An exchange between two or more blockchain networks.


To transfer assets between blockchains requires interoperability via blockchain (cross-chain) bridges.


Chainalysis supports governments to prevent and investigate crime and money laundering.


Connecting the world to blockchains.

Crypto Metrics

In DeFi (Decentralized Finance), understanding value creation is crucial for assessing the potential and sustainability of projects. Here are some of the most important metrics to measure to understand value creation on the blockchain within the context of DeFi:


Any cryptocurrency that represent an independent blockchain.

Cryptographic Hash

Cryptographic hash functions play the critical role in providing the foundations of trust in systems that are completely neutral and resistant to censorship or bribes.

Decentralized Trade

Opportunities exist where open source code on a World Computer provides permissionless innovation platform where the best ideas can win through open competition.

Dune Analytics

A tool that allows you to query the blockchain and create dashboards to visualise the data.

EIP Standards

Proposals for engineering updates to the blockchain.

Enterprise Web3 Playbook

How will web3 decentralisation eat into enterprise operations of each traditional business sector.


Building The Connected World


The IoTeX platform was built 100% from scratch to support large-scale, decentralized IoT use cases.

Layer Zero Network

Layerzero enables cross-chain applications with a low level communication primitive.


Machines will become the primary workforce. MachineFi enables resources and intelligence to be financialized to deliver value and

Maximal Extractable Value

Maximal Extractable Value (MEV) refers to a strategy to include, omit, or reorder transactions when making a new block to maximise profit.

Merkle Tree

Merkle Trees are a cryptographic commitment scheme frequently used in blockchain applications.

Optimism L2

Optimism is a low-cost and lightning-fast Ethereum L2 blockchain.

Oracle Nodes

An oracle serves as a bridge between the blockchain and the real world and a critical component of the blockchain ecosystem.

PoS vs PoW

With Proof of Stake instead of miners competing for a block reward, validators will be paid to secure the network.


Ripple - Transform the way you move, manage and tokenize value

Roll-ups as a Service

Blockchain Roll-ups as a Service (RaaS) is a service that provides a set of tools and infrastructure to enable teams to build Blockchain fit for their business model.


Blockchain security is deeply influenced by the network's architectural choices, particularly in the distribution and number of nodes.


Hardware integration optimisation driven.

Space and Time

Space and Time blockchain data warehouseing with proof-of-sql.


Staking is one way investors can earn passive revenue from crypto assets similar to purchasing a bond and receiving a coupon payment in exchange for a deposit.


The Graph is a protocol for building decentralized applications on Ethereum and IPFS using GraphQL. The protocol enables developers to browse through APIs, referred to as subgraphs, and query blockchain data quickly.


Tellor is a transparent and permissionless oracle protocol for your smart contract to easily get any data whenever it needs it.


A blockchain designed to evolve.

Web Platform

How can AI merge with Crypto to shape a better future?

Web3 Foundations

Web3 will require us to adopt new ways of thinking about how the world works.

Web3 Standards

Standards are essential to producing predictable outcomes (components that can be assembled) from decentralised suppliers and created building blocks for greater innovation.

Worldcoin co-founded by Sam Altman.

Zero Knowledge

Zero Knowledge cryptography is critical to building trusted connections