In this side by side comparison between Bitcoin and Ethereum smart contracts, sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu finds Bitcoin offers superior performance, security, and cost-effectiveness, due to its skillfully constructed fundamental design.
Computer programmer and investor Kevin Healy joins Kurt Wuckert Jr. on this week’s episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, where they talk about Dr. Craig Wright and Healy’s experience working on Ethereum.
TAAL’s STAS tokens stands for Substantiated Tokens from Actualized Satoshis, which is also a tribute to Bitcoin’s forefather—Satoshi Nakamoto.
Gorilla DAO aims to bring the members together and harness their collective ability to achieve set goals, according to founder and community leader Patrick Thompson.
The episode's title is "DFAs and Financial Contracts." DFA are "deterministic finite automata," and Dr. Craig Wright says "I've put out some papers on this in the past... also got some patents on it.”
A big concern of anyone dealing with digital currency is how to secure their coins. Many by principle are opposed to using custodial services to secure their Bitcoin, for good reason.
Xiaohui Liu introduces a generic approach to skip on-chain computation in Bitcoin smart contracts, while ensuring security in the presence of malicious parties.
In this article, Xiaohui Liu explains how to implement an alternative contract for achieving fair coin toss as developed in reference.
In a new approach to designing smart contracts on Bitcoin, sCrypt’s Xioahui Liu explains how to combine contracting with transactions/contracts held and validated off chain.
With its technical backbone now fully available, Tokenized can focus on bringing more clients into the Bitcoin world and looking at solving their specific business problems.
The law would give parity of status between smart contracts and other types of contracts, with distributed ledger technology formally considered a secure electronic store of record.