Programming Ethereum smart contracts

Using Solidity

This post will walk you through creating a basic Ethereum smart contract using Solidity. Solidity is a contract-oriented programming language influenced by C++, Python and Javascript. It is a statically typed language that supports many programming features that are found in other languages such as inheritance, libraries and user-defined types.... [Read More]
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Buy Bitcoin with 0 Fees!

Using GDAX

There are plenty of exchanges out there to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The majority of which charge a fee for using there services. [Read More]
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Exporting your private keys from Exodus

Securing your crypto assets

If you are serious about securing your crypto assets than it is very import you keep your private keys private and securely backed up. In this post I’ll show you how to export your private keys from a software wallet that I use called Exodus. [Read More]
Tags: private keys, exodus, wallet, crypto, cryptocurrency, ethereum, bitcoin, litecoin

How to use Coinhive to mine Monero

In my last post I talked about discovering services that allow you to embed Monero javascript miners into web pages. Today I’d like to talk about one specifically and walk you through how to embed the miner on your own page. [Read More]
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Mining crypto with a web browser

Via Javascript

Monero (XMR) is a cryptocurrency focused around privacy, decentralization and scalability. It was created in April of 2014 and has since seen a huge uptick in adoption. To mine Monero, you have to calculate hashes with an algorithm called Cryptonight. This algorithm is very compute heavy and – while overall... [Read More]
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