Digital Literacy

What is IOTA? | A Definitive Guide

  IOTA (MIOTA) What is it? A distributed ledger protocol and cryptocurrency that operates with a  directed acyclic graph (DAG) instead of a blockchain. Inventor...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Chris Castiglione
3 min read

Cryptocurrency Encyclopedia | A Definitive Guide

Our Cryptocurrency Encyclopedia is a list of the top blog posts, videos, books and podcasts so that you can save time as you begin...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Chris Castiglione
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Dash vs. Monero | What’s the difference?

Dash and Monero are two cryptocurrencies with an emphasis on privacy and security. What problem are Dash and Monero solving? Dash and Monero are...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Chris Castiglione
4 min read

What is the OmiseGO Cryptocurrency? | A Definitive Guide

OmiseGO aims be the largest decentralized financial network and payment remittance platform in the world. It is a multi-part project that is being built...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Chris Castiglione
3 min read

What is Monero (XMR)? | The definitive guide

Monero is a truly anonymous cryptocurrency  The sender is anonymous, the receiver is anonymous, and the amounts are anonymous. Monero has other competition in...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Chris Castiglione
2 min read

Is Bitcoin dead? Thoughts on the Bitcoin crash

Bitcoin dropped 30% in value this week. Today it’s still down. Many friends and students emailed me, “Chris is Bitcoin dead?” Here’s a video...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Chris Castiglione
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5 Essential Books for Learning Bitcoin and Blockchain

How do you learn about Bitcoin and Blockchain? First, it’s important to know there are five audiences Bitcoin appeals to: the bitcoin user (someone...
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2 min read

What are smart contracts?

Smart contract: a digital agreement where you can programmatically code “if this” happens, “then something else happens.” For example, you could write a smart...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Laura Lopez
3 min read

Proof of Work vs Proof of Stake

There are two common ways that blockchain networks mine new coins: proof-of-work and proof-of-stake. In this article we’ll explain the difference and what it...
Learn to Code Comment Avatar Wei Zhao
3 min read