Browsing the "Developers" Tag

The Time Is Now: We Need an Active Approach to Blockchain Inclusion

| Alexis Gauba

If blockchain is to be part of our financial and governance future, the development process must represent a diverse population, says Alexis Gauba.

‘0% Success’: Why Blockchain Apps Just Aren’t Taking Off

| Yin Wu

In 2018, the promise of a decentralized future took a big knock. There are lessons to be learned, says Yin Wu, founder of Dirt Protocol.

Ethereum Developers Give ‘Tentative’ Greenlight to ASIC-Blocking Code

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

A 'tentative' consensus was reached today that ethereum's developers will propose blocking ASIC before the blockchain's proof-of-stake upgrade.

Crypto Is Far From Dead, as These Scaling Projects Show

| Michael J Casey

Far from seeing the death of crypto, we may be entering its most exciting phase, argues Michael J. Casey.

Hyperledger Launches Cryptography Toolbox for Blockchain Developers

| Yogita Khatri

Hyperledger has launched a new tool for blockchain developers – a modular cryptographic library aimed to reduce work duplication and bugs.

Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork Is Being Delayed Until 2019

| Christine Kim

Ethereum's next upgrade, Constantinople, has been delayed until next year.

To Scale Bitcoin, Little Improvements Will Need to Go a Long Way

| Bailey Reutzel

Bitcoin Cash and SegWit in the past, it was a non-contentious year for the bitcoin developer community's annual Scaling Bitcoin conference.

Momentum Is Building to Block Big Miners from Ethereum’s Blockchain

| Christine Kim

Several ethereum miners and developers have come forward in the hope of halting ASICs from effectively operating on the ethereum network.

One of Investors’ Favorite Governance Blockchains Is Handing Over $20 Million

| Brady Dale

Investors are looking forward to Decred's new approach to blockchain governance – in part, because its devs are opening up $20 million in tokens.

eos, crypto

RAM It All: Rising Costs Are Turning EOS Into a Crypto Coder’s Nightmare

| David Floyd

With lightning speeds and zero fees, EOS blows other blockchains out of the water for user experience. For developers, though, it's proving costly.