Intro to Ethereum Dapps

– [Narrator] In this lesson, we’ll learn about buildingdecentralized applications or Dapps.But first, let’s take a minuteto appreciate the difference between Dappsand regular web applications.In traditional web application architecture,there is a Front End client, and a Backend server.The Front End is written using HTML, CSS, JavaScript,and the backend is written in a frameworkof your choice like Rails, Node, or Django.The Front and Backend interact with each otherby sending JSON messages…

Intro to Ethereum Dapps

– [Narrator] In this lesson, we’ll learn about buildingdecentralized applications or Dapps.But first, let’s take a minuteto appreciate the difference between Dappsand regular web applications.In traditional web application architecture,there is a Front End client, and a Backend server.The Front End is written using HTML, CSS, JavaScript,and the backend is written in a frameworkof your choice like Rails, Node, or Django.The Front and Backend interact with each otherby sending JSON messages…

How to Build an Ethereum Blockchain Explorer Dapp

How to Build an Ethereum Blockchain Explorer Dapp

– In this lesson, we’re going to builda very simple dapp using the Ethereum blockchainas our backend.We’re going to build a blockchain explorerkind of like Etherscan, but we’re only going to displaythe last 10 blocks on the chain.To do this, we’ll use an opensource frameworkcalled ethers.io to quickly develop and deploy our dapp.Ethers comes with command line tools,which are available as a node moduleand can be installed using npm install…

Decentralized Storage Explained

– In this lesson, we’ll learn about decentralized storageand some services that are available todaylike IPFS and Swarm.You can think of decentralized storage asa peer-to-peer network where memberspool together their disk space to createa shared global memory,kind of like Dropbox, but decentralized.Both IPFS and Swarm are similar in thatthey are open source, decentralized storage solutions,but they differ in implementation and approach.IPFS, which stands for InterPlanetary File System,is a protocol that…

The History of Ethereum

The History of Ethereum

after Satoshi released Bitcoin to the world in 2008 a community of blockchaindevelopers and researchers started to take shape around it many developerscontributed to the open source development of Bitcoin several magazinesand online blogs also started to appear writing about interesting projects andnew ideas in the space one of the members of this community was a Canadianteenager named Vitalik Buterin who worked as a writerfor a publication called Bitcoin magazine…

How To Code Ethereum Election Smart Contract – Live Coding

– Now, for the coding demo, I will actually walk you guysthrough a contract to do a simple election, so in orderto do this, you guys can follow along if you want to.Basically, you just need to open up a web browserand go to Remix.ethereum.orgor you can just Google Remix ethereum in Google,and that should take you to a web page that looks like this,so Remix is basically an online…

The History of Ethereum

after Satoshi released Bitcoin to the world in 2008 a community of blockchaindevelopers and researchers started to take shape around it many developerscontributed to the open source development of Bitcoin several magazinesand online blogs also started to appear writing about interesting projects andnew ideas in the space one of the members of this community was a Canadianteenager named Vitalik Buterin who worked as a writerfor a publication called Bitcoin magazine…

How To Create Your First Ethereum Smart Contract – Live Coding

How To Create Your First Ethereum Smart Contract – Live Coding

– Hey guys, welcome to this webinaron writing your first smart contracton the Ethereum Blockchain.If you are not familiar with Ethereum or BlockchainsI encourage you to read our awesome articlesand courses online at blockgeeks.comwhere you can learn more about the Blockchainand Ethereum and the details of its inner workings.But in this webinar, we’re gonna take a look athow to write a very simple smart contractusing a language called solidity.So a…

Ethereum Name Service Explained

Ethereum Name Service Explained

(tonal music)– In this lesson we’re going to learn about ENS,or Ethereum Name Service, and how it helps us provide morehuman readable names for our dapps.ENS is a project within the Ethereum dev community,whose goal is to create a decentralized domainname registry for the decentralized web.Today, we use DNS servers to resolve our dot comdomain names to IP addresses, but acentralized name registry like DNS, is vulnerableto spoofing and denial…

What is a Stablecoin? Most Comprehensive Video Guide

What is a Stablecoin? Most Comprehensive Video Guide

(soft chime)– [Intructor] Stablecoins are price stable cryptocurrencies,meaning the market price of a stablecoinis pegged to another stable asset like the US dollar.Bitcoin and Ether are the two dominant cryptocurrencies,but their prices are volatile.Speculation on a cryptocurrency can fuel its volatility,which can fuel further speculation,which in the long run hinders real world adoption.Businesses and consumers don’t want to be exposedto unnecessary currency riskwhen transacting in cryptocurrencies.You can’t pay someone a…