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How does Cosmos work? How does it compare to Bitcoin and Ethereum? (Pt. 1)

The crypto industry never really rests. It all started with the launch of Bitcoin in 2010. When it first came out, everyone thought Bitcoin was the holy grail of digital currencies. What was once believed to be impossible was now real: The first ever peer-to-peer (P2P) payments network. Even today, trust in anything remains the most elusive and rarest asset. Bitcoin circumvented this by creating the first-ever “trustless” system. But this was just the beginning. Since then, Bitcoin has become the catalyst for a much broader movement of crypto innovation. This has resulted in an array of new decentralized systems and financial primitives: Ethereum, Lightning Network, EOS, Tezos, Maker... The list is now endless. But one stands out from the rest: Cosmos.

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It’s not too late to “break in” to crypto

I receive a lot of emails from crypto enthusiasts asking for advice on how to “break in” to crypto. And I totally get it! After all, crypto is a highly technical and multi-disciplinary field that…

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ELI5: What do we mean by “blockchains are trustless”?

Many of us are guilty of describing blockchains as “trustless” systems. However, I’ve come to realize that the term “trustless” is ambiguous, confusing, and most importantly, inaccurate. Blockchains…

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Fundamental challenges with public blockchains

Decentralized exchanges, prediction markets, and asset management platforms are just a few of the exciting applications being explored by blockchain developers. Exciting enough, in fact, to raise…

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How does Ethereum work, anyway?

Odds are you’ve heard about the Ethereum blockchain, whether or not you know what it is. It’s been in the news a lot lately, including the cover of some major magazines, but reading those articles…

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The Synergies Gained from Building on Ethereum’s Decentralized App Ecosystem

When the first home telephones were being installed in the 1870s, the companies selling them had a problem: phones aren’t very useful if you can only call a few people. However, this challenge got…

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