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The total market value of Bitcoin increased by 1.8% last week. The most important numbers showing the state of Bitcoin are: The market realised gradient - which shows how much the price of Bitcoin (market cap, more precisely) is fluctuating versus how much the Bitcoin blockchain is getting used (real onchain inflows). Funding rates on crypto exchanges like Binance – to simplify, these show how much it costs to bet on Bitcoin’s price moving up or down. ...
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Eth ereum is like a global computer Ethereum is a platform to build decentralized applications. One of the best things about the Blockchain is that it took out intermediaries and middlemen, allowing anyone to verify a transaction between two parties without requiring third parties. The Bitcoin Blockchain does this for transactions of bitcoin between two wallets using cryptographic digital signatures. But what if we wanted to use the Blockchain for other applications besides transferring money? Or what if we wanted to include more rules and logic with applications involving money? For these use cases, Ethereum was built. Smart Contracts A smart contract can be thought of more easily as a digital self-executing contract. Applications can be programmed such that if certain conditions are met, a certain end result will happen. ...
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Cryptocurrencies are almost always built on top of a distributed public ledger called the Blockchain. This ledger is a core part of crypto’s architecture. It is designed to maintain that the network stays decentralized, that is not controlled by any one central party. Before getting into what the Blockchain is, it would be beneficial to start with how we got here in the first place. The Blockchain is – at a most basic level – a simple and powerful solution to a famous problem in Computer Science. The Byzantine General Problem (BGP) Imagine it’s the year 500