R3’s Corda is an enterprise blockchain platform that delivers privacy, security, interoperability and scalability. Corda underpins top-of-stack applications, CorDapps, built by ecosystem participants. I am studying Ethereum and have not been able to figure out the difference between Homestead and Morden. In some docs, it is written that Homestead uses a new algorithm which takes less time. I don't understand this. Is Morden for testing and Homestead for production? migrated from stackoverflow.com Nov 26 '16 at 19:3 Ethereum is an open-source, decentralized blockchain platform for applications and smart contracts. It has its native cryptocurrency called Ether, which is a crypto-fuel to perform operations on Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum uses EVM – Ethereum Virtual Machine – to compile codes written in Ethereum’s native language, Solidity. Logo design by /u/Annihilia. Check out his other work here. Ad campaign: We previously collected donations to fund Bitcoin advertising efforts, but we no longer accept donations. The funds already donated will be spent on some sort of advertising, as intended. As of now, 10.35799117 BTC was spent out of 22.51357574. R3 CEV Logo R3cev.com R3 CEV released a report last year on Blockchain privacy tools, now published on the Internet, Edgy brings you the latest update. As a transparent network of transactions, Blockchain ensures the availability and integrity of stored data continuously.
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