In the previous article, we talked about different layer-1 scalability techniques. If you haven’t already, you can check our article on Layer-1 scalability techniques here. So, today, let’s look at the other side of the equation – layer-2 scalability techniques.
The lack of scalability is the biggest obstacle that the blockchain space is facing right now. In this two-parter, we will be looking at the various scalability techniques developers are working on to fix this problem.
Airdrops can be defined as the process whereby a cryptocurrency company distributes cryptocurrency tokens to the wallets of some users free of charge.
You’re probably familiar with Initial Public Offerings or IPOs, but since we’re in the crypto world let’s explore Initial Coin Offering or ICOs. ICOs are the offering of
If you only remember one thing about consensus algorithms, remember that they are what make the blockchain network so secure and decentralized.
Cryptocurrency mining celebrates its 10th year of existence this year. What is mining though? It’s somewhat misunderstood as the process of “finding coins”, but it’s more complicated than that.
Ultimately, the difference between a public and private blockchain network boils down to who is allowed to participate. This can be crucial based on the scale of the project
You may have noticed a lot of cryptocurrencies popping up in the last year, but did you know the word cryptocurrency refers to both coins and tokens?
In the midst of the 2008 financial crisis, trust in banks and the Federal Reserve was at an all-time low. There were accusations of manipulation and shady dealings being thrown around. Many people