A Beginner's Guide To NEO: Smart Contracts 2.0
Neo was formerly known as Antshares. The coin rebranded in 2017 as Neo, and went on a rampaging bull run up to $50 a coin. Now holding steady around $150, Neo has big plans for 2018. Cryptocurrencies are crashing left and right. The bottom has fallen out of the crypto market, as Bitcoin slides beneath 10,000. The coin of the moment, Ripple, is sinking like a lead balloon. But a lone survivor is holding strong, as NEO has shot up 16% in the past week. NEO was a project we shortlisted within our premium, members only Coinist Insiders Network and we made great profits on.  To be increasing strongly when the crypto markets are a black hole is a testament to Neo. The momentum and technology behind the so-called Chinese Ethereum, are the reasons you should familiarize yourself with it. This share was retrieved by us on December 24, 2018 8:20 AM. Share this content on social media: Browse www.coinist.io for more similar content.   Log In to Comment

What Are Smart Contracts  Guide For Beginners What Are Smart Contracts Guide For Beginners
For updates and exclusive offers, enter your e-mail below. Imagine that you need to sell a house. It's a rather complicated and daunting process which entails a lot of paperwork, communication with different firms and people as well as a high levels of various risks. That's why the absolute majority of house sellers decide to find an estate agent, who deals with all the paperwork, markets the property and acts as an intermediary when the negotiations begin, overseeing the deal until it's closed. Moreover, the agency provides an escrow service, which is especially useful in such transactions, as the sums involved are normally quite big and you can't really fully trust the person you will be dealing with. Nevertheless, after the successful deal, the seller's and the buyer's agents will share around seven percent of the sale price as their commission. This amounts to quite a substantial financial loss for the seller. This post was obtained by us on December 23, 2018 2:07 PM. Share this content on social media: Check out cointelegraph.com for additional posts.   Log In to Comment

How Do Ethereum Smart Contracts Work  - CoinDesk How Do Ethereum Smart Contracts Work - CoinDesk
Like many ideas in the blockchain industry, a general confusion shrouds so called smart contracts. A new technology made possible by public blockchains, smart contracts are difficult to understand because the term partly confuses the core interaction described. While a standard contract outlines the terms of a relationship (usually one enforceable by law), a smart contract enforces a relationship with cryptographic code. Put differently, smart contracts are programs that execute exactly as they are set up to by their creators. First conceived in 1993, the idea was originally described by computer scientist and cryptographer Nick Szabo as a kind of digital vending machine. In his famous example, he described how users could input data or value, and receive a finite item from a machine, in this case a real-world snack or a soft drink. This data was first seen by us on December 23, 2018 11:52 AM. Share this content on social media: Browse www.coindesk.com for more.   Log In to Comment

NewEconoLab s NeoRay Will Make NEO Smart Contract Development Easier NewEconoLab s NeoRay Will Make NEO Smart Contract Development Easier
China's largest Neo community NewEconoLab announced the online version of their Neo debugging tool called NeoRay. NewEconoLab, the largest Neo community in China today released the online version of their neon_debug_gui debugging tool. The new tool called NeoRay integrates the deployment, compilation, debugging, and invocation of smart contracts. According to NewEconoLab, they created a similar tool before but found that the novice may find it too complicated to work with as they need to learn additional things such as configuration, use process, and understanding the implementation of contract debugging. This item was first found by us on December 18, 2018 1:59 PM. Share this content on social media: Browse blokt.com for complete listings from this source.   Log In to Comment

Move Over Ethereum: RSK to Enable Smart Contracts on Bitcoin Blockchain - Bitcoinist.com Move Over Ethereum: RSK to Enable Smart Contracts on Bitcoin Blockchain - Bitcoinist.com
Reading: Move Over Ethereum: RSK to Enable Smart Contracts on Bitcoin Blockchain Adam James · @Shasdam | May 15, 2018 | 19:00 Adam James · @Shasdam | May 15, 2018 | 19:00 Smart contracts and off-chain computing are coming to the Bitcoin blockchain, thanks to a partnership between RSK and iExec. The RSK project  which aims to build Turing-complete smart-contract capabilities for the Bitcoin blockchain  is partnering with iExec in an effort to provide off-chain computing to Bitcoin applications and afford decentralized applications the ability to access on-demand and scalable cloud computing resources. This posting was obtained by us on May 15, 2018 10:00 PM. Share this content on social media: Have a look at bitcoinist.com for more similar content.   Log In to Comment


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