01. Crocusledger

Exploring Crocus Blockchain Protocol

Just a demonstration of Crocusledger via Scanner/Monitor, a web explorer of blocks, transactions, tokens, accounts, etc.

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02. Blockchain

What is Blockchain?

In the simplest terms, Blockchain can be described as a data structure that holds transactional records and while ensuring security, transparency, and decentralization. You can also think of it as a chain or records stored in the forms of blocks which are controlled by no single authority

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03. Cryptocurrencies

What is Crypto Currency with simple words?

A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure its transactions, to control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of assets.

Cryptocurrencies are a form of digital currencies, alternative currencies and virtual currencies.

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04. SmartContracts

What Smart Contracts are?

A smart contract is a self-enforcing agreement embedded in computer code managed by a blockchain.

The code contains a set of rules under which the parties of that smart contract agree to interact with each other.

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05. Bitcoin

Bitcoin vs Traditional money

Bitcoin is like a conventional currency such as dollars, Yen or Euros- which can also be traded digitally. However, there are some major differences when compared to fiat currencies, like: Decentralization – One of the most important characteristics of Bitcoin is that it is a decentralized currency system

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06. Crypto Wallet

Opera Web Crypto Wallet

A cryptocurrency wallet is an app that allows cryptocurrency users to store and retrieve their digital assets. When a user acquires cryptocurrency, such as bitcoins, he can store it in a cryptocurrency wallet and from there use it to make transactions.

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07. Hashing

What is hashing?

Hashing is an algorithm performed on data such as a file or message to produce a number called a hash (sometimes called a checksum). The hash is used to verify that data is not modified, tampered with, or corrupted.

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