Technology

As Web3 continues to evolve, a variety of new technologies have emerged in the space, including oracles, Layer 2 solutions, multi-signature wallets, inscriptions, and account abstractions.Understanding and mastering these new technologies will enable participants to better capitalize on industry trends and uncover wealth opportunities.

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Arweave AO: Revolutionizing Blockchain with Hyper-Parallel Computing
Beginner

Arweave AO: Revolutionizing Blockchain with Hyper-Parallel Computing

The article discusses the progress of the Arweave AO Hyper-Parallel Computer's self-testing network a month after its launch. As an essential part of the Arweave ecosystem, AO has attracted over 3,000 developers for its construction and resulted in numerous applications based on AO. The launch of AO has led to Arweave being viewed as a potential competitor to Ethereum and even considered as the computational layer for AI. The article provides a detailed introduction to AO's network profile, ecosystem projects, development tools, and significant events, including the release of the technical document Cookbook, the launch of the test network token $CRED, online hackathons, and the AO memecoin introduced by the community. The development of AO brings new possibilities to the blockchain world, especially in AI applications.
Apr 17, 2024
Detailed Explanation of Solana Ecosystem's Decentralized Storage Platform, ShdwDrive
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Detailed Explanation of Solana Ecosystem's Decentralized Storage Platform, ShdwDrive

ShdwDrive platform is a high-performance cloud storage platform developed by GenesysGo, fully supported by a decentralized network of operators, employing the Proof of History (PoH) consensus mechanism to ensure block order through a time series.
Apr 17, 2024
Layer3: Multi-Chain Architecture and Tech Expansion
Intermediate

Layer3: Multi-Chain Architecture and Tech Expansion

There is heated debate about Layer3, with some highlighting the applications of on-chain arbitrage and Zero-Knowledge (ZK) technology, while others focus on the AVS staking and reward-punishment mechanisms of Eigenlayer. The significance of Layer3's expansion lies in its autonomous characteristics, which can achieve interoperability and a trusted environment between multiple chains through ZK technology and reward-punishment economic mechanisms. Therefore, Layer3 should be customized based on application scenario needs, rather than simply being stacked and extended.
Apr 17, 2024
Bitlayer Core Technology: DLC and Its Optimization Considerations
Advanced

Bitlayer Core Technology: DLC and Its Optimization Considerations

The Discreet Log Contract (DLC) is an oracle-based contract execution scheme that integrates DLC channels with the Lightning Network and expands DLC to allow the updating and execution of continuous contracts within the same DLC channel. With technologies such as Taproot and BitVM, more complex off-chain contract validations and settlements can be implemented within the DLC, while minimizing oracle trust through the use of OP challenge mechanisms.
Apr 14, 2024
Distributed Validator Technology (DVT) Explained
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Distributed Validator Technology (DVT) Explained

This article provides a detailed explanation of distributed validator technology and its operations. It highlights that the core of this technology depends on five key components to ensure the security and resilience of validator operations. The article also discusses use cases, system risks, and introduces a revolutionary solution to enhance the security and operational efficiency of blockchain validators.
Apr 13, 2024
Toward Multidimensional Solana Fees
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Toward Multidimensional Solana Fees

Including transactions in a purely first-come-first-served fashion encourages spam and may block high-value transactions from ordinary users. This article tackle this problem by propose a new fee mechanism on Solana.
Apr 12, 2024
"Four Questions" to Understand How to Build AVS
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"Four Questions" to Understand How to Build AVS

Explore the construction process of Active Verification Services (AVS) provided by EigenLayer, from task definition to trust mechanisms, and the selection of external tools. This article delves into how to develop AVS on EigenLayer, including three types of programmable trust offered by EigenLayer, gaining rich knowledge and practical advice through re-staking to a specific service, and more, to help you create a successful infrastructure project.
Apr 05, 2024
What is DeSci?
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What is DeSci?

Decentralized Science (DeSci) has emerged. This is a new concept in the world of Web3. The main goal of DeSci is to achieve fair and equitable funding, creation, review, storage, and dissemination of scientific knowledge through establishing public infrastructure and using Web3 tools (including NFTs, smart contracts, DAOs, etc.). Finally, the article points out that although DeSci offers a new research model, its development still faces many challenges, such as the quality of research projects and how to improve the governance system of DAOs, which can be solved based on further effort and innovation.
Apr 02, 2024
Zero-knowledge proofs vs. transparent blockchains
Intermediate

Zero-knowledge proofs vs. transparent blockchains

Explore the key differences between zero-knowledge proofs and transparent blockchains, and understand how each plays a role in protecting privacy and enhancing transparency. Discover the strengths, weaknesses, and future trends of these two technologies, and how they together shape trust and innovation in the digital world.
Apr 02, 2024
TheTop 100 Gen  AI Consumer Apps
Intermediate

TheTop 100 Gen AI Consumer Apps

This article provides a detailed introduction to the cross-chain project Zetachain and how it addresses the issue of full-chain interoperability.
Mar 28, 2024
RGB++ and isomorphic binding: How CKB, Cardano and Fuel empower the Bitcoin ecosystem
Intermediate

RGB++ and isomorphic binding: How CKB, Cardano and Fuel empower the Bitcoin ecosystem

The RGB++ asset protocol proposed by the CKB team uses CKB and other UTXO-type blockchains as a function expansion layer to achieve isomorphic binding. Users do not need to verify transaction data and can leave the verification work to the UTXO chain. The protocol supports users to switch verification modes and operate assets on the CKB chain through Bitcoin accounts. In addition to CKB, Cardano and Fuel can also support isomorphic binding, but CKB is more suitable as a function expansion layer for the Bitcoin asset protocol. Isomorphic binding utilizes UTXOs on CKB and Cardano chains as “containers” to add programmability and complex scenarios to assets.
Mar 28, 2024
 In-Depth Analysis of Large-Scale Rug Pull Techniques
Intermediate

In-Depth Analysis of Large-Scale Rug Pull Techniques

The current situation where the security of tokens depends entirely on the project's self-awareness. To address this, we may need to improve token mechanisms or introduce effective token supply monitoring schemes to ensure transparency in token quantity changes. We need to be vigilant, as while people's awareness of fraud is increasing, attackers' anti-fraud techniques are also constantly evolving. This is an ongoing game, and we need to continue learning and thinking to protect our interests.
Mar 28, 2024
Airdrop Enthusiasts: Essential Development Knowledge
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Airdrop Enthusiasts: Essential Development Knowledge

Having development capabilities or even just basic development knowledge is a better path to increasing the chances of receiving airdrops or, more accurately, becoming a true builder on the blockchain. This article will detail the basic development knowledge needed for a user who likes to experience chain operations.
Mar 25, 2024
Analysis of B^2 new version technical roadmap: The Necessity of Off-Chain DA and Verification Layers for Bitcoin
Beginner

Analysis of B^2 new version technical roadmap: The Necessity of Off-Chain DA and Verification Layers for Bitcoin

B^2 Network is a decentralized Data Availability (DA) and storage platform that addresses data compression and verification issues using an off-chain DA network. It aims to reduce dependence on the Bitcoin main network. The B^2 Hub functions as a DA layer and off-chain verification layer, similar to Celestia, to prevent data withholding and other malicious activities. In the future, B^2 Network plans to incorporate Bitcoin Layer2 to establish a universal DA layer and data storage layer within the Bitcoin ecosystem. The B^2 Hub node validates transaction batches, while storage nodes compete for block production rights to earn incentives. The workflow of B^2 Network involves the sequencer creating new blocks, the aggregator sending them to the Prover for ZK proof generation, and the B^2 Hub node verifying and transmitting the data hash to the Bitcoin chain. As a universal DA and verification layer, B^2 Hub has the potential to enhance other Bitcoin second-layer solutions.
Mar 24, 2024
ArkStream Capital: Why We Invested in IO.Net
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ArkStream Capital: Why We Invested in IO.Net

ArkStream Capital announces its Series A investment in IO.Net, marking a significant move in the AI and decentralized infrastructure sectors. IO.Net presents innovative solutions, harnessing encryption technology to coordinate global human computing power, positioning itself as the “new oil” of GPU computing capabilities and demonstrating its potential in the AI era.
Mar 23, 2024
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