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What is a Software Wallet?

A software wallet is like a digital bank account for your cryptocurrencies. Know more about what is a software wallet & the top software crypto...

Blockchain vs API – What’s the Difference?

Blockchain is digital record of transaction & api is decentralized way to protect transaction to enable communication. Read on for a comparison of blockchain vs...

What is Central Bank Digital Currency? A Complete Guide

Central Bank Digital Currency is the digital form of a country's fiat currency, which is regulated by its central bank. Know more about what is central bank digital...

What is The Graph and How Does it Work?

The graph is a decentralized protocol for indexing and querying blockchain data and making it easily accessible with GraphQL. Know more about what is the...

What is the Difference Between Stablecoin Vs. CBDC – [...]

The first significant difference between stablecoins and CBDCs is the governing authority. In this post, we discuss the differences between stablecoins and...

What is Staking Crypto – A Complete Guide

Staking is a way of earning rewards for holding certain cryptocurrencies. Discover in detail, what is staking crypto, how it functions and...

What is a Transaction in the Blockchain?

Blockchain transaction is a record of value transfer or smart contract execution on a decentralized network stored in a block. Learn more about what is a blockchain...

Soft Fork vs Hard Fork – A Brief Comparison

Soft fork is a protocol that is backward-compatible, as opposed to a hard fork, which alters the blockchain in a way that is not. Read to know more on soft fork vs hard fork...

What is Crypto Lending and How Does it Work?

Crypto lending is the process of depositing cryptocurrency that is lent out to borrowers in return for interest payments. Know more about what is crypto...

A Comparison Between Centralized Exchange (CEX) Vs. [...]

DEXs are risky, whereas CEXs provide secure cryptocurrency trading. Find out more about the difference between centralised and decentralised...

What You Should Know About Proof-of-Stake Sharding (PPOSS)

Proof-of-Stake sharding is a blockchain consensus and scaling mechanism combining PoS for security and sharding. Learn more about what is proof-of-stake...

EVM and Non-EVM Chains: What is the Difference?

Discover the distinctions between EVM and non-EVM blockchains: understand their unique advantages, impact on developers, and role in shaping the future of blockchain...

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225 Proof of Community events

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225 Proof of Community events

15,000 Attendees

8 Countries

225 Proof of Community events

15,000 Attendees

8 Countries

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How To Run A Validator Node On Shardeum Sphinx

Here are steps on how to run a validator node on Sphinx to validate and perform consensus on transactions in return for testnet...

What is Layer 1 Blockchain?

Layer 1 blockchain denotes the core infrastructure & base layer of a blockchain network. Refer this blog to know what is layer 1 blockchain & its...

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Shardeum Solves Blockchain Trilemma

Shardeum is an EVM based sharded L1 blockchain, and in this blog we unpack how its breakthrough protocol will solve scalability trilemma....