tag: ethereum

2 February 2021

Where and how application data is stored in Ethereum?

Ethereum is used to build decentralized applications, a.k.a. DAPPs. These applications exist through small programs that live on the Blockchain, called smart contracts.

Before jumping into the platform and writing a smart contract, it’s really important to understand where your application data is stored. Code execution, servers and programming language are rarely critical to the design of an application. But data –its structure and its security– will constrain our design the most.

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8 January 2018

How Blockchain Systems interact with APIs and the Cloud?

Blockchain Systems are supporting more and more innovations. From digital currency to supply chain tracking or artist platforms. One core constraint of Blockchain-based consensus is the need to operate within a walled garden. Everything must be predictable, reliable and reproducible. This fact is limiting for most projects. What if you want to develop applications that interact with the outside? For example, A Facebook API to build a Chatbot on Blockchain; An Amazon AWS API for your Blockchain DApp; A Payment API to accept dollars on your Online Store.

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