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Ethereum and Cardano Node Clients

Some basic definition

A core part of the technology stack in a blockchain network is the nodes and the client that helps humans operate the nodes. Today we will compare and contrast how these elements work in the Ethereum and Cardano networks. Before we dive in, let’s get some basic definitions out of the way.

In computer science, a node is a physical device within a network that is able to send, receive, or forward information. Under the hood, blockchain networks are just a collection of rules about exchanging and storing messages. Nodes on a blockchain network come in different shapes and sizes, but they all do precisely what nodes on a computer network do: they send, receive, or…

Wallets on Cardano and Ethereum

Que la première blockchain avec laquelle vous avez interagi soit Ethereum, Cardano ou une autre chaîne, il est probable que l'une des premières choses…

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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