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…

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…

Blockchain Consensus Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

Blockchain Consensus Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

Hello world it’s Siraj and welcome to the blockchainI know I’ve been talking about blockchain a lot these past few weeksAnd there’s a reason for that because this space is heating up really fast and as people who are interested in AIThe blockchain is going to provide a lot of opportunities for AI that’s what this video is about what I’m gonnaDo is I’m going to first talk about the…

Bitcoin (ft. Rachid Guerraoui & Jad Hamza)

Bitcoin (ft. Rachid Guerraoui & Jad Hamza)

bitcoin was invited invented byan anonymous person called Satoshi Nakamotoit was a paperpublished about 8 years agoThis is the paper that dr. Jad Hamzaa postdoctoral researcher of the IC Schoolat the EPFL is talking aboutAnd this paper might become one of themost important papers ever published inthe history of computer science…even though no one knows who the hell the guy who wrote it isIn any case, the paper introducesa whole…

Bitcoin Q&A: Will governments ban cryptocurrencies?

Bitcoin Q&A: Will governments ban cryptocurrencies?

[QUESTIONER:] According to what you said, Bitcoin is possibly going to be banned.. in the next year, or very strictly controlled. [ANDREAS:] In some places, yes.[QUESTIONER:] For instance, one of these places could be China. [ANDREAS:] Unlikely, but yes.[QUESTIONER:] Because they are really having a lot of problems, with many people converting.. their money from bitcoin. And I think 70% of the mining facilities are in China.So do you think…

The Most Dangerous Event In Bitcoin & Digital Currencies – Mike Maloney

The Most Dangerous Event In Bitcoin & Digital Currencies – Mike Maloney

hi this is Mike Maloney and recently Venezuela announced that they’re going to be launching a blockchain based digital currency called the petrol and it’s going to be backed by their oil and gas reserves and their gold and diamond holdings and I think that that’s a load of crap because that would limit government spending if it was backed by something real that is limited in quantity that means…

Smart contracts – Simply Explained

Smart contracts – Simply Explained

Smart contracts (also called distributed apps) are very popular nowadays.But what are they and what problems do they solve?The term “smart contract” was first used by Nick Szabo in 1997, long before Bitcoinwas created.He is a computer scientist, law scholar and cryptographer so I’ll spare you his exactwords.But in simple terms: he wanted to use a distributed ledger to store contracts.Now, smart contracts are just like contracts in the real…