Gas is the resource cost that runs the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM for short). But what is it, and what’s its purpose? Clear up some confusions about gas with our short explanation!
ERC20 tokens are subtokens built on the Ethereum network. In particular, ERC20 refers to a specific token standard to help ensure compatibility between token interfaces. Taylor explains how this works in more detail in this episode of Ask an Expert.
If you’re a fan of video games, especially Minecraft, then you’re going to enjoy Enjin Coin, a cryptocurrency specifically designed to be integrated into different video games!
Have questions about Ethereum gas? Check here for easy-to-understand information about the Ethereum EVM, gas cost, and transactions fees!
This episode of Blockchain Token – Which is it? covers Maker: a decentralized autonomous organization that developed the Dai Stablecoin to deal with the problem of volatility that popular coins such as Bitcoin and Ether experience. Learn about Maker with this video!
Metamask is a browser extension that allows you to interact with the Ethereum blockchain, all without downloading the entire data-filled blockchain. Our video explains Metamask’s broswer extension’s features, and demos some processes.
Qash’s goal is to be a global platform that allows everyone from traders to market makers to buy cryptocurrencies in their preferred fiat. Simply put, its financial platform to buy or sell Qash and other cryptocurrencies, and cash out when needed. Learn more about Qash in this video!
The EOS project believes they can solve some of the scaling issues other blockchains have faced! Disruption Joe explains EOS in Episode 26 of Blockchain Token.
OmiseGO (OMG) is an e-wallet and financial platform meant to reduce boundaries between fiat money and digital currencies, making it easy to exchange value in real-time. Learn about OMG in this episode!