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A decentralized computing platform

About Ethereum

Like Bitcoin, Ethereum is a blockchain platform—a database distributed among many computers and servers that tracks and secures transactions. The native token of the Ethereum blockchain is the Ether, named after a medieval term for the substance of space. Ether is the second largest cryptocurrency in the world, behind Bitcoin, and is rapidly growing in influence.


You may notice that many tokens and services operate over the Ethereum blockchain. This is because, unlike Bitcoin, Ethereum is specifically designed for people to build applications on top of it. Cofounder Vitalik Buterin has described it as a blockchain with its own programming language attached. Many people consider this a powerful base for decentralized finance, or DeFi, which is the idea that mortgages, loans, and other traditional finance products can operate over the internet, with code and networks providing oversight in lieu of a central authority.

Like Bitcoin, Ethereum benefits from size and popularity. Many Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), which are digital ownership certificates for things like art and music, use Ethereum, and have increased the popularity of Ether so much that traffic and slowdowns have appeared in transaction times. A comprehensive upgrade, known as Ethereum 2.0, is in the works.

Why Binance Smart Chain and PancakeSwap remain an important part of DeFi

Published September 26, 2021

The blockchain analytics platform Nansen has analyzed user activity on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and revealed the most interesting trends in a new research report.

Iconic James Bond ‘007’ franchise jumps on the NFT bandwagon

Published September 25, 2021

VeVe, the largest mobile-first digital collectibles platform, has partnered with leading entertainment company Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM) to launch a series of NFTs from the iconic James Bond franchise, more specifically,  the first-ever digital collectibles for the upcoming film “No Time To Die.” Very excited to welcome @007 to VeVe for a series of […]

Cryptos Decline as China Doubles Down on Regulations: Markets Wrap

Published September 24, 2021

Cryptocurrency markets fall on news that the People's Bank of China would restrict access to international crypto exchanges.

Crypto Markets Tumble Following China Regulatory News

Published September 24, 2021

Markets reacting to news of a decision of the Chinese Central Bank restricting access to international crypto exchanges.

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