BLOCKCHAIN FOR NEWBIES
The goal of this post is to give the Bitcoin community and prospective Lightning users insight into what the end user experience of the Lightning Network will be like once the initial infrastructure components are complete. Here, we’re focusing on the story of Carol, a new Lightning user, and we’ll also be touching on some of the projects that we at Lightning Labs are working on that will make this experience a reality. Over the next few weeks and months, we’ll be following up with additional posts that will provide more details about these projects and topics including routing, watchtowers, neutrino, mobile, backups and more.
On June 29th, 2017, I saw the Crypto light. It was a religious experience. It felt like I could see the future, a future in which Crypto was the biggest thing to happen in the history of humanity. I had the luxury of stopping everything else I was doing, and focusing 100% of my time on Crypto.
In this guide, we are going to give you a deep-dive of the technology behind Stellar.
In this guide, we will explore how the 0x Project works. However, before that, let’s look at what exchanges, in general, are.
In this article, I am not debating about the immutability of deployed contracts or whether we should or should not interact with deployed contracts. Instead, I will be focusing on the different techniques to call functions of deployed contracts. I can see some use cases for it and I’ll leave it up to the readers to implement what they believe in.