A smart contract is a computer protocol intended to digitally facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation or performance of a contract. Smart …What Is A Smart Contract?
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Ethereum-based smart contracts are self-executing contracts that are implemented using code running on the Ethereum blockchain. These contracts are …Ethereum based Smart Contracts for Trade & Finance
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Today, the smart contracts have been already used for financial trades and services, insurance, credit authorization, legal processes and even for crowdfunding agreements (ICOs).Implementation of Smart Contracts in Various Industries
Daily News | Online News The introduction of Decentralized Finance into blockchain technology has eliminated a lot of issues and solved more problems. For example, the involvement of a third party during transactions has been eliminated by the use of smart contracts. Smart contracts are self-executing as the terms and agreement of the transaction are […]For Smart Contracts, Think; Avalanche, Uniswap and Big Eyes Coin
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In my first “crypto” post I covered a bunch of stuff, mostly in the abstract. All well and good — tons of new concepts to get a handle on — but it ain’t real until it’s running code. So that’s the task for today: build, deploy and run an Ethereum smart contract that does something […]Putting the smart in smart contracts since this week
A hacker stole $31 million from the blockchain company MonoX Finance , by exploiting a bug in software the service uses to draft smart contracts. Specifically, the hack used the same token as both the tokenIn and tokenOut, which are methods for exchanging the value of one token for another. MonoX updates prices after each […]Smart Contract Bug Results in $31 Million Loss
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