Category: Guides

Achain Guide

Beginner’s Guide to Achain

Achain provides developers with a public blockchain platform helpful for those with all levels of experience. With Achain, developers can issue tokens or smart contracts, create blockchain systems, or create applications. Ultimately, Achain hopes to create a global blockchain network...

/ February 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

Beginner’s Guide to iExec

iExec is a cryptocurrency that solves the problem of decentralizing the cloud. Our daily computing needs continue to rely more on big cloud enterprises to host and act as gatekeepers to our own data. The risks involved with this centralized...

/ February 12, 2018 / 0 Comments
Nebulas NAS Guide

Beginner’s Guide to Nebulas

Nebulas is a decentralized platform designed to provide a search framework for all other blockchains. It was created in response to growing trend of blockchains as a decentralized autonomous system (DAO) and the exponentially increasing value of cryptocurrencies. The team...

/ February 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

Beginner’s Guide to Ardor

Ardor brings innovation to the world of multi-blockchain platforms with its unique architecture and aims to provide "Blockchain-as-a-Service" to businesses. It evolved from NXT, which is a time-tested and successful blockchain. The Ardor parent chain is made up of the...

/ February 8, 2018 / 0 Comments
Streamr Guide

Beginner’s Guide to Streamr DATAcoin

Streamr is a complete system that will be able to tokenize real-time data, allowing people as well as machines to trade it via the system’s decentralized P2P network. Streamr is frequently compared to IOTA because the two are in direct...

/ February 8, 2018 / 1 Comment
Request Network Guide

Beginner’s Guide to the Request Network

Request (REQ) is a cryptocurrency based on the Ethereum network. It is an entirely decentralized platform for making secure global payments on the blockchain. Essentially, Request is meant to replace platforms like PayPal, removing the need to share banking information...

/ February 7, 2018 / 0 Comments
Populous Guide

Beginner’s Guide to Populous

Populous harnesses blockchain technology to improve the segment of invoice financing. With the platform, businesses can expedite their cash flow, while those who choose to buy invoices will make passive income from their purchase. This is a peer-to-peer invoice finance...

/ February 6, 2018 / 0 Comments
EOS Guide

Beginner’s Guide to EOS

The basis of EOS is the EOS.IO software, which provides a blockchain architecture. Although there are other blockchain architectures available, EOS.IO is designed with both horizontal and vertical scaling for decentralized applications in mind. To achieve that goal, the team...

/ February 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

Beginner’s Guide to Nano (RaiBlocks)

Nano, formally known as RaiBlocks is a cryptocurrency that has a low latency and is trustless. It relies on a block-lattice architecture that is novel with each account having its own blockchain. Consensus comes from the delegated proof of stake...

/ February 1, 2018 / 2 Comments

Beginner’s Guide to Payments & Fintech Cryptocurrencies

The digital currency use-case was the inaugural, revolutionary promise of blockchain technology. And in the years since first-mover Bitcoin hit the scene, numerous cryptocurrency projects have sprouted up in an attempt to provide their own solutions as payments-focused cryptocurrencies. These...

/ January 31, 2018 / 0 Comments