This article explains how blockchain differs from Web 3.0 and how blockchain technology is critical for Web 3.0 because it provides the underlying infrastructure for creating a more secure, decentralised, and transparent internet. We then adventure through the passage of time where we learn how the internet evolved from Web 1.0 to Web 3.0.
Have you ever wondered why you don't see any transaction fees when you make transactions via GrabPay or VISA? It's because these fees are usually charged to the merchants and ultimately passed on to you. In this blog post, we'll explore how Blockchain can transform the micropayment industry and make transactions faster, cheaper, and more secure for everyone involved.
In this article, we explore what are consensus mechanisms, why they are integral to blockchain protocols, and how the different mechanisms offer different trade-offs in terms of security, efficiency, and decentralisation.
When asked about blockchain technology, tech-savvy or crypto-native individuals may be familiar with certain blockchain protocols such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. However, the question of how the concept of blockchain came about and what is its history is an afterthought for most people. In this article, we will answer how blockchain begin, who was involved, and why was there a need for blockchain technology to begin with.
This blog post discussed the benefits of blockchain technology, which is a decentralized, transparent and tamper-proof way of recording transactions. It allows for traceability of assets, as it records who owns what and when. The use of cryptography makes transactions permanent and tamper-proof.