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What Is a Decentralized Application?
Decentralized applications, or dapps, are typically built on Ethereum and aim to give users more control over their finances and data.
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Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin was one of the first to sign an NFT on the platform.
Who Created Ethereum?
Ethereum was the first project to introduce decentralized applications; the tech that paved the way for DeFi and NFTs.
Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin was one of the first to sign an NFT on the platform.

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How to Use Ethereum
Decentralized apps on Ethereum give users more control, but at a cost: ether, the platform’s native token. Here’s how to use Ethereum.
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Blockchain technology offers new tools for authentication and authorization in the digital world that preclude the need for many centralized administrators.
Why Use a Blockchain?
Blockchain technology offers new tools for authentication and authorization in the digital world that preclude the need for many centralized administrators.

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Understanding The DAO Attack
Blockchain strategist David Siegel gives a step-by-step overview of the attack on The DAO for journalists and media members.
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Understanding Bitcoin Price Charts
Whether you already own bitcoin or plan to get some, you’ll want to know how much they’re worth.
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How Do Bitcoin Transactions Work?
Bitcoin transactions are sent from and to electronic bitcoin wallets, and are digitally signed for security.
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Who Is Satoshi Nakamoto?
No one knows who Satoshi Nakamoto really was, but we do know he was the inventor of Bitcoin, ushering in the age of cryptocurrency.
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How to Store Your Bitcoin
Bitcoin wallets store the private keys that you need to access a bitcoin address and spend your funds. But which kind suits you best?
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