Tag: Ethereum

More / Etherum Reddit - 16 hours ago

Ethereum Classic?

I've been buying regular ethereum, but I see ethereum classic has been pumping hard? I'm not understanding why? Is there any value to classic, other than the value people are giving it by buying/selling? Can you do any of the smart contracts...

More / Etherum Reddit - 1 day ago

I’m looking for information around the founding of Ethereum and ETH 2.0. If the blockchain can’t be hacked or altered, how does Vitalik have the authority to branch the chain ? What mechanisms is he using and what mechanisms prevent someone else from doin

I’m looking for information around the founding of Ethereum and ETH 2.0. If the blockchain can’t be hacked or altered, how does Vitalik have the authority to branch the chain and what mechanisms prevent someone else from doing so? Are we putting fait...

More / Etherum Reddit - 1 day ago

Large drop in ethereum nodes a few months back?

Hi all. I was perusing ethernodes earlier today and saw there was a huge drop in ethereum nodes in March that continues today. https://www.ethernodes.org/history We went from 12,000 nodes to around 4,000 today. Anyone know what happened? Does this...

More / Etherum Reddit - 1 day ago

Ethereum at Consensus 2021

We are excited to announce that I, Tim Beiko, Nick Johnson, Danny Ryan, Mikhail K., Dankrad Feist will be participating in CoinDesk’s biggest blockchain event in 2021. A sneak peek of our talks is provided in the announcement post. Join us on May 25t...

by COINS NEWS - 2 days ago

Why Ethereum will flip Bitcoin eventually.

(previous post got removed , spare me this time ccmod) Ethereum is a decentralized blockchain with smart-contracts as you all probably know. In this post I will point out the scale at which Ethereum is already operating, giving you a better idea how...

More / Etherum Reddit - 2 days ago

Has anybody invested in Grayscale Ethereum Trust?

I know ultimately it would be best to invest in ethereum directly, but I am trying to gain exposure to crypto through an ira. This seems like the easiest way to go about it. I understand a self directed ira can be setup to invest in crypto, but the i...