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On what basis do alternative blockchains compete?

Blockchain Nodes

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


A Blockchain Bridge is a protocol that allows you to port assets from one blockchain to another, addressing one of the major issues within the blockchain, the lack of interoperability.


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

Cross Chain

An exchange between two or more blockchain networks.

Data Integrity

Whether data is accurate or not, once created, data can never be altered and will last forever. A Web of trust cannot exist without data integrity.

Decision Log

The integrity to create a transparent record for future review to enable continous improvment.


The Ethereum Virtual Machhine (EVM) functions as a world computer that powers decentralized applications (dApps) running on the Ethereum blockchain.

Gaming NFTs

What attributes are required by Gaming NFTs to provide optimum utility?


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

Merkle Tree

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

Miner Extractable Value

Miner extractable value (MEV) is a measure of profit that blockchain miners can make through their ability to arbitrarily include, exclude, or re-order transactions

Native Payment

Instead of relying on the outmoded infrastructure of banks and payment processors, users of web3 can spend and send money directly using cryptocurrencies.

Non Fungible Agreements

A non-fungible token is a unique and non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a digital ledger.

Oracle Nodes

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


In Web3, everyone has the same opportunity to engage, and no one is left out.


Quant connects the world's networks to Blockchain


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

Sidechain Bridge

A sidechain is a separate blockchain network that connects to parent blockchain (mainnet) via a two-way peg.

Smart Contracts

Smart Contracts control the flow of information and value on a blockchain through one way decisions based on immutable logic acting on data compiled and stored to ensure integrity.


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.


A blockchain designed to evolve.



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.

Web3 Standards

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