One of Ethereum’s Earliest Smart Contract Languages Is Headed for Retirement
One of the oldest ethereum smart contracting languages is showing signs of age – and it may point to underlying weaknesses in the token economy.
More than 1.2 million ethereum applications have used a little-known security tool from Amberdata to help avoid costly errors from smart contracts.
A U.K. school won third place in a blockchain interoperability hackathon hosted by Clearmatics at the Barclays Rise fintech hub in London.
Ethereum rival Cosmos will offer users the choice of coding in at least three different programming languages for smart-contract development.
In a first for interoperability, Axoni and Clearmatics have shown how a derivative contract written on one blockchain can be settled on another.
Security is a concern for ethereum as it continues to grow, and many think the best way to stay ahead is to always be on guard.