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Bitcoin Classic Token - BCT

BCT is a faster Bitcoin implementation on a real decentralized immutable blockchain (Ethereum classic) with usable smart contracts. Bitcoin Classic Token is the first mineable ERC223 Token running on the Ethereum Classic Blockchain.
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You can now trade Markaccy on Uniswap. Please ensure you interact with the correct & verified smart contract. Info on Markaccy can be found here https://uniswap.info/pai0x5c1956df7d3c8fbed3b65fe4077c4bfc8e3cb23d #Markaccy #markaccy #MKCY #defi #bitcoin #ethereum #crypto #cryptocurrency, submitted by christinejay to CryptoKami [link] [comments]

#Markaccy #TokenSale #ICO #bitcoin #ethereum #crypto #cryptocurrency You can now trade Markaccy on Uniswap. Please ensure you interact with the correct & verified smart contract. Info on Markaccy can be found here https://uniswap.info/pair/0x5c1956df7d3c8fbed3b65fe4077c4bfc8e3cb23d

#Markaccy #TokenSale #ICO #bitcoin #ethereum #crypto #cryptocurrency You can now trade Markaccy on Uniswap. Please ensure you interact with the correct & verified smart contract. Info on Markaccy can be found here https://uniswap.info/pai0x5c1956df7d3c8fbed3b65fe4077c4bfc8e3cb23d submitted by afilazka to u/afilazka [link] [comments]

“Ethereum has lots of amazing DeFi apps, it's a great ecosystem with lots of values. What they don't have is micro transactions, cheap fees and accessible smart contract deployment for everyone. That's why I think @AnyHedge with Bitcoin Cash will be huge.”

“Ethereum has lots of amazing DeFi apps, it's a great ecosystem with lots of values. What they don't have is micro transactions, cheap fees and accessible smart contract deployment for everyone. That's why I think @AnyHedge with Bitcoin Cash will be huge.” submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

09-09 15:25 - 'If you want to use smart contracts just use your btc on Ethereum... WBTC, RenBTC, SBTC.' by /u/Jaketheparrot removed from /r/Bitcoin within 28-38min

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"CashScript is a high-level programming language for smart contracts on Bitcoin Cash. It offers a strong abstraction layer over BCH's native virtual machine, Bitcoin Script. Its syntax is based on Ethereum's smart contract language Solidity"

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Markaccy token is an ethereum based utility token (ERC20), ERC20 is an open-source, blockchainbased, decentralized software which facilitates tokens. It enables Smart Contracts @Markaccy #Markaccy #TokenSale #ICO #bitcoin #ethereum #crypto #cryptocurrency

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TAAL Files Second Patent For Layer 1 Token Technology To Enable Smart Contracts Built On Bitcoin Sv And In Direct Competition To Ethereum Erc-20 Tokens |

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TAAL Files Second Patent For Layer 1 Token Technology To Enable Smart Contracts Built On Bitcoin Sv And In Direct Competition To Ethereum Erc-20 Tokens |

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Part 2. What is Blockchain doing Today?

Hopefully, after reading Part 1. What is a Blockchain? you have a decent idea about how a user interacts with a Blockchain, and how a Blockchain is created and grows. With this foundation in place we will move on to talk about the applications of Blockchain technology taking place around the world today.  
A short disclaimer: The following Blockchains are discussed purely at my discretion. I did my best to remain unbiased, but I do own most of the coins that are brought up here. I hold the coins because I believe in them, this belief is not just that they will increase in value, but also that they will accomplish the goals they've set for themselves. I could be wrong.
 
Part 2. What is Blockchain doing Today? is Outlined below:
 
1. Digital Currency & CryptoCurrency  
2. Ethereum Smart Contracts  
    2a. Programmable Element
    2b. Example of Smart Contract
3. Data Storage  
    3a. Decentralization
    3b. Worst Case Scenarios
 
The first section to cover is Digital Currency, lets dive in!
 
1. Digital Currency. The definition of Digital Currency is an evolving one. As we find new ways to use Digital Currency the definition naturally becomes broader. One of the more simple definitions I've found is from Wikipedia:
A Digital Currency exhibits properties similar to physical currencies, but allows for instantaneous transactions and borderless transfer-of-ownership. Examples include Virtual Currencies and CryptoCurrencies.  
It is important to note that Digital Currencies are the umbrella under which Cryptocurrencies & Virtual Currencies are found. A CryptoCurrency is merely a Digital Currency that meets some additional criteria. The two most important additional criteria for a CryptoCurrency are:
           *see Validate in Part 1. What is a Blockchain?
By these definitions both Bitcoin and Ethereum (along with many other Altcoins) are Digital Currencies as well as CryptoCurrencies. If you're having trouble telling the difference, just remember that Digital Currency is the broadest definition when talking about this space!
 
2. Ethereum Smart Contracts. Bitcoin is the best "Proof of Concept" when it comes to CryptoCurrencies. Bitcoin is the oldest (released in 2009) and as of today is still the largest CryptoCurrency in terms of Market Capitalization. Ethereum is newer than Bitcoin, it held an Initial Coin Offering in July 2014 and was in development for another year until going live in July 2015.
   2a. Programmable Element. What Ethereum offers (and some other CryptoCurrencies like Antshares/NEO and Lisk) are smart contracts. Ethereum takes the process of securely writing transactions into an untamperable ledger (like in the Bitcoin Blockchain) and adds a Programmable Element. The Programmable Element allows for transactions to be Requested by a piece of code, (this code has been committed to the Ethereum Blockchain in a previous block) in the same way a transaction on the Bitcoin Blockchain is committed. The difference here is that computer code, not a personal computer, Requests and then Broadcasts the transaction.
    This opens up an entire new world of possibilities, some of which will be discussed in Part 3. What is Blockchain doing Tomorrow? under the ERC-20 Token section. For now, I just want you to know that Ethereum Smart Contracts allow for programming the CryptoCurrency Ethereum.
   2b. Example: An example of this would be, "Matt borrows 10 Ethereum from Phil to start a Gunsmithing business. Phil sends Matt the 10 Ethereum from a Smart Contract that has predefined the repayment of the 10 Ethereum (interest rate, term, etc). Phil requires Matt to conduct business through an Ethereum address linked to the original Smart Contract. At the end of each month, the original Smart Contract automatically withdraws the correct amount of Ethereum from Matt's business address directly into Phil's address. This continues until the loan is paid back, at which point Phil's original Smart Contract is invalid and ceases withdrawals.
    What the above example shows is that Matt doesn't have to do anything except run his business in a way that meets the Smart Contract's terms. There is no 3rd party required for Matt to get a business loan, or for Matt to repay that loan. Matt is accountable for this loan in the same way he would be for a traditional business loan (Liens against Assets, Lawsuit to recover, etc). This entire process is automated and only involves Matt and Phil unless one of them breaks the Loan Terms. The really exciting part is that the above example is only a very basic demonstration of what these Smart Contracts are capable of!
 
3. Data Storage. The idea of storing Data somewhere other than on your own device's physical Harddrive is not a new concept. "Store it in the Cloud" they say, and Dropbox, Google Drive, etc all have a way to do this. In fact, these big company's solutions work very well and for a reasonable price. The reason I want to talk about Data Storage as it relates to Blockchain and CryptoCurrencies is because these Cloud solutions from Google and Dropbox are still centralized and are alterable, unlike information that is on a Blockchain.
   3a. Decentralization. You've probably heard this term a lot if you've spent any time in the "Crypto-sphere". The number of folks touting the benefits of Decentralization are many, and for good reason. Decentralization puts the power back into the hands of the people, rather than having a Centralized decision maker(s) who we hope will act in our best interest.
    In the case of Data Storage, Decentralization means that your Data is not stored in a server farm somewhere in California, as is the case with iCloud. Rather, the data is committed into a Blockchain that people the world over have access to, including you, at any time, anywhere (with internet) and only you possess the private key needed to view the data.
It would be difficult, but if I wanted to physically take the Harddrive holding all of my iCloud contacts I could go to the Apple server farm, find the correct Harddrive, remove it, and I (along with whoever elses stuff is on there) would no longer have access to any of the data stored on it through iCloud. If I destroyed this Harddrive, the data on it would be lost forever.
    Now imagine that all of my contacts are on the Steemit Blockchain. I could easily find a Harddrive that holds my contacts, any Harddrive that contains the Steemit Blockchain will have them. But if I destroy that Harddrive nothing happens. Tomorrow I go buy a new one and re-download the Steemit Blockchain, all of the data is still there, the same as I left it, so long as I have my private key which is used to unlock the data.
    I realize that the scenario involving the Blockchain functions very similarly to how we view Cloud Storage currently. Your phone goes in the toilet, and you re-download all of your contacts from iCloud. The act of finding your specific Harddrive on a server farm is difficult, and Apple goes to great lengths to prevent any loss of your data. However, in some worst case scenarios Cloud Storage falls short, which leads me to my next point...
   3b. Worst Case Scenarios. I'm going to get a little conspiratorial here, but stay with me!
The year is 2023, Trump is 3 years into his second term and the entire world is at war. The free flow of information we enjoy today has been severely limited as governments restrict anything that could threaten them, from facts on Global Warming to Gay Pride parade locations, most information regarding important issues is filtered or deleted.
    As the situation continues to deteriorate, more and more information is destroyed in the effort by world leaders to hold onto power. Finally everyone nukes each other and humanity as we know it (along with all the knowledge we've accumulated) ceases to exist.
    Pretty out there, I know. But if this scenario does happen, all of the knowledge on Blockchains will probably survive. All it would take is a single Harddrive somewhere the nukes didn't hit to recover all of that Blockchains data. No longer is a Library of Alexandria type situation a concern, rather, the concern is the amount of time it takes a Harddrive to decay until its unusable.
    Yeah yeah, still out there. But how about the first part of that scenario where the information is being restricted? In all parts of the world dictators use the flow of information to keep their people in line (N. Korea, Russia, etc). They censor any positive news that makes them look incompetent and exaggerate any negative news to keep people scared.
    What if there was a trusted global news source that committed their news onto a blockchain? Anyone in a country where unaltered information is hard to come by would be able to access this blockchain, as accessing the blockchain is much different (harder to stop) than accessing a webpage. They could view articles on people who escaped the country they live in, hear their stories, and hopefully share this news with others. At the very least it would force the people in charge to act a little more honestly and to have a little less control. At best it could mean the overthrow of the entire rotten regime. This is obviously wishful thinking on my part, but purely from the standpoint that no one has done it yet, we have the technology today to make this happen!
 
Again, thank you for reading this! Please comment below with any questions or critiques, I welcome both. Stay tuned for Parts 3-4, Part 1 is already available.
~Matt
www.DenverCryptoGroup.com
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08-15 06:16 - 'Ethereum is showing what is possible right now in the field of smart contracts and particularly, DeFi, its flagship usecase. High liquidity and a large userbase are its strengths and alot of people are pretty hyped about the D...' by /u/Mkkoll removed from /r/Bitcoin within 475-485min

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Ethereum is showing what is possible right now in the field of smart contracts and particularly, DeFi, its flagship usecase. High liquidity and a large userbase are its strengths and alot of people are pretty hyped about the DeFi toys out there. This is why some people across the crypto reddits have a raging hardon for it (me included)
'No hardcap in supply' is a technical and economic roadblock that ive seen alot of Bitcoin folks struggle to get past, especially if they have read and understood the Satoshi paper and the fact that a hardcap is one of the key features of Bitcoin. For Ethereum, the inflation currently is fairly steady and the market has thus far seemed to absorb it well into the price. The advent of [EIP 1559]1 , otherwise known as fee-burn should deliver the 'minimum viable issuance' economic softcap on Ethereum supply. i.e there is no progamatic hardcap in the code, but the design of the system should keep Ethereum inflation incredibly low or even negative.
Disclaimer: Fairly well invested into Ethereum so my opinions are probably skewed but im trying to lay things out as clearly as i understand.
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08-05 21:45 - 'ada a smart contract platform just like ethereum / monero is a privacy coin / enjin is based off of owning in game items / it would behove you to understand what each project is trying to accomplish before you spout nonsense. N...' by /u/OgunX removed from /r/Bitcoin within 235-245min

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ada a smart contract platform just like ethereum
monero is a privacy coin
enjin is based off of owning in game items
it would behove you to understand what each project is trying to accomplish before you spout nonsense. Not every project out there is trying to create another bitcoin, and on topic of ADA it's a third gen crypto thats quantum resistant. What are you going to do when quantum computers become mainstream and bitcoin is no longer viable as a means to safeguard your wealth?
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How does smart contract scripting capacity of bitcoin cash compare with ethereum?

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Developers! Your ultimate guide for bringing your Ethereum token to RSK is here. Our goal is to join forces and give options to people who believe in the power of smart contracts, and also believe in the security of Bitcoin, through RSK.

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08-03 12:55 - 'If you think its bad now just wait until you start learning about smart contracts. When you're ready for even more sleepless night I'd suggest reading up on Ethereum, Chainlink, and Polkadot' by /u/thespanishmuffin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 82-92min

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If you think its bad now just wait until you start learning about smart contracts. When you're ready for even more sleepless night I'd suggest reading up on Ethereum, Chainlink, and Polkadot
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The crypto community is buzzing on news of Tezos devs being able to use Chainlink oracles in smart contracts. So much so that Tezos and Chainlink social engagement is right behind Bitcoin and Ethereum.

The crypto community is buzzing on news of Tezos devs being able to use Chainlink oracles in smart contracts. So much so that Tezos and Chainlink social engagement is right behind Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Bitcoin 545,513,542 social engagements
Ethereum 59,671,545 social engagements
Chainlink 14,474,285 social engagements
Tezos 10,794,909 social engagements
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CashScript is a high-level programming language for smart contracts on Bitcoin Cash. It offers a strong abstraction layer over BCH's native virtual machine, Bitcoin Script. Its syntax is based on Ethereum's smart contract language Solidity.

CashScript is a high-level programming language for smart contracts on Bitcoin Cash. It offers a strong abstraction layer over BCH's native virtual machine, Bitcoin Script. Its syntax is based on Ethereum's smart contract language Solidity. submitted by ojjordan78 to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

07-13 10:55 - 'How to join Ethereum based Forsage smart contract?' (youtube.com) by /u/abrk19 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

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06-25 21:45 - 'Would be super easy to code a smart contract in ethereum. Maybe use renbtc if you want btc. / But 10 years is long time in tech. I wouldnt lock the Farm in a smart contract or anything...' by /u/VegetableTrees removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3-13min

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Would be super easy to code a smart contract in ethereum. Maybe use renbtc if you want btc. But 10 years is long time in tech. I wouldnt lock the Farm in a smart contract or anything...
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EOS or Ethereum Dominating Smart Contracts; Bitcoin Passes JP Morgan Test; Bitcoin Market is REAL

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EOS or Ethereum Dominating Smart Contracts; Bitcoin Passes JP Morgan Test; Bitcoin Market is REAL

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Could Bitcoin Cash wallet functionality be built into an Ethereum smart contract? Could a Bitcoin Cash Token market be built utilizing an Ethereum smart contract?

Could Bitcoin Cash wallet functionality be built into an Ethereum smart contract? Could a Bitcoin Cash Token market be built utilizing an Ethereum smart contract?
Thanks and limitless Peace
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The crypto community is buzzing on news of Tezos devs being able to use Chainlink oracles in smart contracts. So much so that Tezos and Chainlink social engagement is right behind Bitcoin and Ethereum.

The crypto community is buzzing on news of Tezos devs being able to use Chainlink oracles in smart contracts. So much so that Tezos and Chainlink social engagement is right behind Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Bitcoin 545,513,542 social engagements
Ethereum 59,671,545 social engagements
Chainlink 14,474,285 social engagements
Tezos 10,794,909 social engagements
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Other “smart contract platforms” such as Ethereum and Tron completely miss this fundamental insight of contracts. Instead, they opt for a model where the “judge” (i.e. the blockchain) sits ... Ethereum (ETH) ist nicht nur die zweitbekannteste Kryptowährung nach Bitcoin, Ethereum hat auch die zweitgrößte Marktkapitalisierung. Anders als Bitcoin ist Ethereum allerdings keine digitale ... What’s a Bitcoin Smart Contract? The idea of a smart contract originated by Nick Szabo.He was the first person to really question the purpose of security and discusses a great example of a vending machine and a smart lien protocol in this great article.. Smart contracts are contracts that use software (usually a web/mobile app) and protocols to facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation ... Ethereum hingegen dient als Plattform, um unveränderliche, sich selbst ausführende, intelligente Verträge (Smart Contracts) und Anwendungen (dApps) über die hauseigene Währung (ETH) zu ermöglichen. Ist Ethereum besser als Bitcoin? Natürlich stellen sich hiernach viele Leser die Frage: Ist Ethereum besser als Bitcoin? • Ethereum outperformt Bitcoin • DeFi-Markt wächst rasant • Große Hoffnungen auf Ethereum 2.0 Neben Bitcoin ist Ethereum wohl eine der bekanntesten Kryptowährungen weltweit. Laut ...

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Blockchain Security: Smart Contracts & Wallets: Hunter Prendergast

Tyler of the infamous Chico Crypto brings you another special episode of Crypto & A Cold One. In today's episode, Tyler breaks down smart contracts in their most basic form. He also dives into the ... Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality. It supports a modified version of Nakamoto ... Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC-bDQZbXd0 In this video I give an introduction to smart contracts in ethereum. First I explain what accounts are in... Share your videos with friends, family, and the world We know that ethereum is a go to platform for smart contracts and development of decentralized application, but could there be a better way? In this video I will compare side by side ethereum to ...

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