ELI5 How AVAX validation works [Avalanche Protocol]
According to the Avalanche AVAX token distribution policy, almost 50% of all AVAX in existence will go towards validator rewards (see chart at the top). Since the Avalanche protocol burns all fees, the only source of inflation in the AVAX ecosystem is the validation reward. This presents a great opportunity for those who join the […]
AVAX Staking tutorial – How to begin staking Avalanche [Early AVAX staking, in 2020]
Note: This is an article from Avalanche’s early days, back in 2020, before the mainnet went live! Back then there were no staking instructions available. In fact, we published this tutorial based on our own testnet experience, before it was even possible to move coins on the mainnet!!! We’ve kept this article in its original […]
Who is “Team Rocket”, the creators of the Avalanche protocol?
The Avalanche protocol family creators’ true identity is, perhaps, cryptocurrency’s most poorly kept secret. Or is it? Why would such a great idea’s true creators want to keep their names private? Which brings us to an earlier question. Why did Satoshi Nakamoto want to keep his own identity private? Wouldn’t Satoshi be held at the […]
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 […]
Concepts In This Page
A set of technologies developed by Ava Labs, which forms the basis for the AVAX Avalanche ecosystem.
AVAX is the cryptocurrency released in 2020 by Ava Labs.
The AVAX cryptocurrency is used for all transactions in the Avalanche network.
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital compliance in general.
Articles about government oversight and regulation of decentralized financial markets.
Ripple is the name of the company which develops RippleNet and the XRP cryptocurrency. The name has come to mean XRP for all practical purposes.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is an independent agency of the US Government, in charge over overseeing good practices in the investment and banking sectors.