Help. Does anyone know who/entity below address is? Accidentally sent small amount to Eth to the address.
Help. Does anyone know who/entity below address is? Accidentally sent small amount to Eth to the address. 0xe4edb277e41dc89ab076a1f049f4a3efa700bce8 submitted by /u/Emotional_Training_5 [link] [comments]This post was originally published on this site
Scammers having a bad day
I got one too many “rectification” scammers trying to chat with me after I posted something on a crypto sub. I’m a semi-retired software engineer with lots of skills and contacts at various hosting providers. I decided to use those skills to DDOS the scam sites and contacts to get them taken offline entirely. So […]
Vitalik: How will Ethereum’s multi-client philosophy interact with ZK-EVMs?
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Validator Node to best empower the network?
When running a validator node, there are a few major decisions to make: cloud based or hardware, client type, location etc… I am curious to hear from the community: if you were going to launch a node with not much worry about difficulty and so on, and you specifically just wanted it to empower the […]
Any Solidity Dev here? I need help.
If a Proxy is created via a factory (ERC1967Factory) to be more exact, what should I focus on/explore to see if there is a way to upgrade the implementation in an unintended manner via the factory? If you know of any resources, that would also be helpful. submitted by /u/dserrano10 [link] [comments]This post was […]
Gas Fees: Ethereum’s Ultimate Defense – A Simple Explanation
Introduction https://preview.redd.it/yey8igqde3ra1.jpg?width=553&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=07c17547c15928030f15c648309005be949ed2ca Validators execute transactions in a block, and compute the resulting changes to the network. Transactions in blocks have fees associated with them, called gas fees, that serve as a defense mechanism protecting blockchains from attack. The Halting Problem Let’s start with an old computer science problem solved by Alan Turing himself; The […]
Is a nft mintint smart contract that doesnt have a fixed price per nft possible?
I want to have a price per nft that is minted, so for example i want that nft to cost 10 dollars. So less than 10 polygon (matic). I want to be able to use that smart contract basically forever, but what then if the price of 1 matic becomes 10 dollars the price for […]
New Easter nft project on eth!
We are making Nft project for easter , its called eastereggznft on twitter . Its build on Ethereum network . 2023 pieces and low mint prices , for more info check twitter submitted by /u/AbrahamGarnerHY [link] [comments]This post was originally published on this site
Formula to find divergence loss in Uniswap
Can I trust this article? Is this the right way to derive the formula? I have an interview at a web-3 startup. Divergence loss formula submitted by /u/AndrewMiflin [link] [comments]This post was originally published on this site
Carbon Credit NFTs: An Increasingly Popular Real-world Use Case that You Should Know About!
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