Scrape AVAX network peers using avax-python
P2P networking is the single most important technical functionality in all cryptocurrency implementations. The decentralized nature of Bitcoin, AVAX, Ethereum and others requires ...
ELI5 AvalancheJ Introduction
AvalancheJ is an experimental Java library for exploration and integration with the AVAX ecosystem. Important – Please ReadStill in its initial development stages, AvalancheJ is pre-Beta software and could contain serious bugs. Please keep in mind it’s an exploratory hobbyist project meant as a learning tool above anything else. For example, if an error occurs […]
ELI5 AVAX IOU? Is it the real AVAX coin?
November 2020 Update As of November 18, AVAX price has remained remarkably stable – for cryptocurrency standards. Coincost shows the AVAX IOU slowly depreciating, although it’s unclear how much volume is being traded at these prices. September 22 Update AVAX mainnet has been launched and, as it turns out, IOU price was actually lower than […]
Generate AVAX addresses and keys from a mnemonic phrase in Python
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 professor Emin Gün Sirer, whose team is developing next generation cryptocurrencies. Founded in 2018, Ava Labs has been funded by Andreessen Horowitz, Initialized Capital, and Polychain Capital, with angel investments […]
Concepts In This Page
A set of technologies developed by Ava Labs, which forms the basis for the AVAX Avalanche ecosystem.
Avalanche is a consensus protocol introduced by Rocket Team in 2018.
It is an entirely new consensus protocol which builds upon classic consensus and Nakamoto consensus.
Ticker symbol for the Avalanche AVAX cryptocurrency.
AVAX is the cryptocurrency released in 2020 by Ava Labs.
The AVAX cryptocurrency is used for all transactions in the Avalanche network.
Validation is the process by which AVAX transactions get verified by the P2P network. Similarly to what happens in PoS coin staking, validation generates returns for both stakers and validators.