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Wallets on Cardano and Ethereum

Whether the first Blockchain you interacted with was Ethereum, Cardano, or some other chain, it’s likely that one of the first things you did was set up a “Wallet.” In this series, we are learning about Ethereum and Cardano by comparing them side-by-side, to see what we can learn from each. Today we will consider that universal starting point, the blockchain “Wallet.”

Introduction

For most mainstream blockchain users, almost every interaction begins and ends with a blockchain wallet. Wallets are how you give your permission to blockchain applications to execute actions on your behalf. They can also provide an interface for you to sign simple messages to prove that you have control of something on the blockchain. We’ve written…

Introduction to Ethereum and Cardano

An anonymous group of developers debuted the Bitcoin network in 2009. They used cryptography, proof of work, and decentralized computer networks. The principles that…

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