Exactly what properties of Ethereum (or permissionless blockchains in general) enable dapps to be composable?
I’ve always heard how composability is a big advantage of defi etc., but what are the exact reasons why dapps on permissionless blockchains are composable? Is it just because they are open-source? If so, then what happens if more closed source apps get deployed on Ethereum and other blockchains? Would the composability component no longer exist?
Staking with NFTs
In a previous blog, we’ve touched on what staking is and how it works as a way of earning rewards by delegating or locking up certain cryptocurrencies. Recently…
Ethereum Merge: What it means to other PoS blockchains like Coinex Smart Chain
In this article, we will be talking about 3 different timelines leading up to one of the biggest events in blockchain history, and while we do so we will be answering the questions on comparison, and…
Deutsche Telekom supports Ethereum Blockchain
Deutsche Telekom provides infrastructure for Ethereum, second largest blockchain in the world, and enters into Liquid Staking.