Wednesday, June 28, 2017



The Ethereum blockchain can be alternately described as a blockchain with a built-in programming language, or as a consensus-based globally executed virtual machine. The part of the protocol that actually handles internal state and computation is referred to as the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). From a practical standpoint, the EVM can be thought of as a large decentralized computer containing millions of objects, called "accounts", which have the ability to maintain an internal database, execute code and talk to each other.


Niiccceee.. Ethereum is another cybercurrency similar to Bitcoin, with improvements. I was reading  The Book of Satoshi the other day, and noticed S$ has been somewhat shy in including a scripting language in Bitcoin. With Ephereum scripting is central, in fact, a key piece of its architecture. They imagine applications / code, financial or otherwise running on decentralized computers (everyone's machine whose incentive for allowing processing on their machine is that they get $ in return, through mining). Smart contracts are much easier to implement. There are other programmer-friendly features too. Very cool.

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♪   Listen, they get fly, I am fly ♪♪
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Democracy, Bitcoin

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