Cryptocurrencies are developed by creative and highly skilled programmers, engineers, cipherpunks and hackers coming from all walks of life.
Traders, miners, enthusiasts and social media personalities are also an endless source of memes, jokes and 24×7 banter.
Here we present the stories of crypto personalities who have somehow impacted the community.
ELI5 Who is Nick Szabo?
Nick Szabo is an American cryptography specialist, known for pioneering work in digital currencies.
Considered by many to be the father of smart contracts, a concept he develop...
Who is Kurt Bierbower?
Kurt Bierbower is an investing banking analyst who has participated in cryptocurrency ICO's in the past.
Kurt served as the CBO (Chief Business Officer) at cryptocurrency proje...
Who are Ava Labs?
Ava Labs is a Brooklyn, New York-based research and development company currently developing the Avalanche platform and AVAX cryptocurrency.
Ava Labs is headed by Cornell profe...
Who is Emin Gün Sirer?
Dr. Emin Gün Sirer is a computer scientist based in Ithaca, New York. While a professor at Cornell University, he also currently leads the AVAX Avalanche cryptocurrency developme...
Who is Holton Buggs?
Holton Buggs is a multilevel marketing specialist from Tampa Bay, Florida.
Holton Buggs began working on his own business at the age of 14 as a hair dresser. He the...
Who is Craig Wright?
As part of our Who's Who section, today we take a look at Dr. Craig S. Wright (CSW), a controversial cryptocurrency personality who claims to be the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
ELI5 99Bitcoins.com Website
Ninety-nine red balloonsFloating in the summer skyPanic bells, it's red alertThere's something here from somewhere elseThe war machine springs to lifeOpens up one eager eyeFocusin...
avax-python Network Message Pipeline
Here’s a short overview of the avax-python Avalanche message pipeline. We’ve followed the reference Go implementation as closely as possible, but the Python code is still in very early development, so it’s lacking a lot of details. For example, right now the Python message pipeline is synchronous, whereas the Go implementation uses asynchronous channels and […]
cavax – Experimental C language tools for AVAX Avalanche exploration
cavax is an experimental implementation of C language utils for the exploration of the Avalanche AVAX protocol. Initially, cavax supports limited networking and basic passive functionality (e.g. it does not actively verify vertices). cavax listens to the Avalanche network and calls hooks that you can set up to handle each message type. Some default hooks […]
avax-python Implementation Notes
Here you’ll find a few implementation notes about avax-python. This is mainly targeted at developers who wish to work on the Python source code. Python <- Go Golang object orientation is different from the Python OO approach. As a result, we had to make the choice of making the code more pythonic by using idioms […]
AVAX Staking tutorial – How to begin staking Avalanche
The AVAX public sale, which closed on July 15 2020 after just a few hours, was an astounding success. Investors looking for high yields flocked to the sale, buying all U$ 42 million worth of AVAX coins in just 4.5 hours. At our latest update, AVAX price was approximately U$ 13 – a 2600% yield […]
Concepts In This Page
A pre-Bitcoin era cryptocurrency idea published by Nick Szabo in 2005. It included several concepts later found in Bitcoin, such as proof of work.