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Cloud Blockchains: The Google of Blockchain with Nader Dabit

Google uses automated programs called spiders, or crawlers, to index and rank web pages. Then, when a user searches for something, it uses a special algorithm to determine the order of

Unstoppable Domains: Blockchain Domains with Matthew Gould

Domain names are the address of your website that people type into the browser URL bar. Once purchased, a domain name is stored on your behalf by custodians like Google domains.

Hedera Hashgraph: Proof-of-Stake Public Networks with Leemon Baird

Blockchain protocols like Bitcoin and Ethereum have changed the cyber world dramatically in the last decade. They’ve created communities of like-minded developers, generated new

Dark Forest: Transparency on Blockchains with Zero-Knowledge Proofs with Brian Gu

Complete information games are games where every player has information about the game sequence, strategies, and payoffs throughout gameplay. Playing chess, for example, relies on

Spacemesh: A New Consensus Protocol Anton Learner

Proof of Work cryptocurrency mining, as used on the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains, requires huge amounts of energy to validate transactions and generate new tokens. The alternative,