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Even though the first blockchain protocol (Bitcoin) came to life over 12 years ago, adoption has moved very slowly on all fronts – this largely has to do with a lack of understanding in the subject and poor Web3 tools for developers. As such, blockchain development was time-consuming and overly complex. With the birth of… Continue reading The Ultimate Web3 Tech Stack – Full Guide
Non-custodial wallets rely on the user to store their mnemonics. While often overseen, that step is essential to maintain your user funds long term since systems are programmed defensively to rather loose funds access then to loose user funds. What are mnemonics Mnemonics are a 12 word seed phrase that resolve your HD Privatekey. From… Continue reading Wallet Mnemonics and Path
Blockchain Infrastructure Similar to early home computer adoption, the general use of a technology is often hidden till a critical threshold of adoption is reached. For those adoptions, catalysts such an Apple 2 are required that significantly reduce the difficulty of joining the space, with the necessary robustness and user friendliness to keep the interest… Continue reading Why Infrastructure Matters
Non-Custodial A standard requirement for wallets to not become money transmitters is to let purely the owner of the keys compose and transact transactions. While a good implementation significantly reduces the chance of attacker based fund losses, it also increases the chance of user losing funds (due to password or mnemonic key losses). Even though… Continue reading Non-Custodial: Security & Utility
Core Properties of Blockchains While it seems that there is a sheer amount of different blockchain protocols with different advantages, a closer inspection reveals that most of them fall into specific groups of economic incentive and scalability properties that make them unremarkably similar. Game Theoretical Incentive For the long term maintenance and functioning of a… Continue reading To our Bitcoin SV choice