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The Basic Guide to Functions in Ethereum Tokens

Ethereum is a very popular crypto currency platform which allows developers to create decentralized applications – DApps. It has two basic functions. One of them is a blockchain that can record transactions. The other one is a virtual machine which can execute smart...

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Demo: batchOverflow on Decentralized Exchange

On April 22nd a well known Ethereum smart contract exploit was discovered. The exploit, termed batchOverflow allowed hackers to generate an infinite amount of ERC20 tokens and send them to their wallets. These tokens were later dumped on major exchanges on...

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Why Smart Contract Auditing Isn’t Enough

Smart contracts are used to control billions of dollars’ worth of digital assets and execute a vast array of agreements including electoral voting, ICOs and supply chain management among others. Considering that Ethereum and other blockchain platforms allow developers...

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The Primary Causes of Exchange and Tokens Hacks

It’s no secret that cryptocurrencies have become ‘big business.’ As lucrative as they can be, not only do they attract investors but also draw attention from online thieves and hackers.  Since the dawn of crypto, many companies have fallen victim to online attacks:...

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What are Smart Contract Oracles: An Explanation

Before discussing oracles, it is essential to first define what smart contracts are. Simply put, smart contracts are effective computer programs stored in the Blockchain to execute certain operations automatically. They enable people to exchange goods and services for...

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MonitorChain: An Overview

Real-Time Security Alerts for Ethereum Tokens and Exchanges “It pains us to see the endless headlines of multimillion dollar hacks which could have been prevented so easily. Our goal is to stem the tide of these catastrophic losses and bring trust and confidence to...

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