How do rational actors with incentives to exploit the system behave in an open source, open entry environment? That is a rather tricky challenge to overcome when developing blockchains and Zaki Manian has some handy advice.
Hyperledger Iroha, the open-source, distributed ledger reached its 1.0 milestone release which is also its first production-ready version. This release comes with a list of interesting features including support for YAC Consensus and fully operational multisignature. Let’s take a closer look.
How do Java and the blockchain fit together? The BloxBean project released Aion4j, a set of Java development tools and frameworks that will help developers build smart contracts using the Aion Virtual Machine. Their proposed goals include increasing the productivity and confidence of smart contract developers.
How do you incorporate blockchain technology into your daily life? In this article, Jimmy Zhong, CEO of IOST, the application-friendly, next generation public blockchain infrastructure, guides you through DApp development and adoption. Move past the learning curve!
Blockchain’s substantial successes shouldn’t obscure the upcoming challenges it will face. Glenn Mariën goes over some of these issues that keep him up at night, from public buy-in to diversifying the blockchain developer pipeline.
How can you find a blockchain developer who has the potential and talent to serve your organization? To make things easier for you, here is a guide on some significant questions you should be asking your prospective blockchain developer.
As the blockchain industry heads towards a greater state of maturity, there is no longer a myopic focus on the technological front, but a keen realization that mainstream acceptance has to be accelerated based on engagement and awareness. In this article, Edison Lim, Application Lead at Zilliqa, explains why the view further down the road will greatly depend on the path we take now.
In this article, Phil Zamani, Chairman and CEO of the AERGO Foundation, and co-CEO at Blocko Inc. explains the value of blockchain technology to the average consumer. It might not be the “new internet”, but it is still just as revolutionary. See how blockchain is paving the road.
Blockchain is rapidly becoming the technological darling in the worlds of FinTech and established finance alike. In this session, Eoin Woods gives an overview of blockchain fundamentals as well as how to create an application that uses Java enterprise technology with Ethereum’s blockchain.
In this article, Ilya Pupko, chief architect at Jitterbit, explains how the convergence of IoT and blockchain can transform an entire industry. How can these two pieces of technology work together in manufacturing to help streamline workloads and provide a better view of assembly processes? The digital revolution is here.
How far can Blockchain go and what is next? In this session, Barbara Mellish shares her insights, learnings and future aspirations to achieve total value in finance in Blockchain.
Finding a blockchain developer is not an easy task. But that doesn’t make it impossible! In this article, Yuvrajsinh Vaghela shares his tips on where to find the best blockchain developers and how to convince them to join your project.
Unifying blockchain programming languages like Solidity with traditional languages like Java is the first of many steps that need to be taken before we begin to see mainstream adoption of decentralized technology. In this article, Sky Guo explains why Cypherium has chosen to run on Java and how this language can facilitate mainstream blockchain adoption.
Interested in learning how to deploy and interact with smart contracts on Ethereum, all from within the JVM? In this session, Conor Svensson gives you a 101 on smart contracts and Ethereum blockchain.