Ethereum was the first project to introduce decentralized applications; the tech that paved the way for DeFi and NFTs.
Decentralized applications, or dapps, are typically built on Ethereum and aim to give users more control over their finances and data.
A decentralized autonomous organization, or DAO, is an organization that’s governed by code instead of leaders.
“Sharding” is a proposed method of splitting Ethereum’s infrastructure into smaller pieces in an attempt to scale the network.
Ethereum dapps are different from everyday apps because they aim to hand users more control over their online lives.
The ERC-20 token standard was revolutionary for creating interoperability between tokens built on the Ethereum Network.
Ethereum futures are now live on the CME exchange. But what does that mean exactly and how do you trade them?
The terms “Ethereum client” and “Ethereum node” are often used interchangeably but there is a difference.
A gas fee is something all users must pay in order to perform any function on the Ethereum blockchain.