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Taylor’s Summer Update

Posted on July 11th, 2016.

Hey everyone, I spent some time with our Canadian friends in Toronto after presenting “Ethereum: The World Computer” at Blockchain Training Conference last month and I wanted to provide a quick update on some of the exciting happenings in the Ethereum dev ecosystem. Lots of things are brewing behinds the scenes, so let’s jump in! […]

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Cut and try: building a dream

Posted on February 9th, 2016.

Last month marked the 2 year anniversary of Ethereum’s public announcement at The North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami, Florida, USA. Amid much rumour and excitement, a sizeable crowd mobbed the young Vitalik Buterin after his on-stage announcement, questioning the merit and his desire to build such a system. It can be hard to truly […]

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Ethereum Dev Update 2015 / Week 44

Posted on November 2nd, 2015.

With DEVCON1 a mere week away, the teams are excited and preparing to share all the great tools and technology the ecosystem has to offer. There will be hundreds of developers and dozens of talks including Nick Szabo, Vitalik Buterin, and Marley Gray from Microsoft. Tickets are limited and we anticipate selling out, so if […]

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Ethereum Dev Update 2015 / Week 41

Posted on October 13th, 2015.

In an effort to bring the community more information about the going-ons at Ethereum, we’re planning to release semi-weekly updates of project progress. I hope this provides some high-level information without having to live on GitHub 😉 The Go and C++ teams have daily standups and are making regular progress along with several other improvements around the ecosystem. […]

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Implementing Vitalik’s vision

Posted on April 2nd, 2015.

Although the core concept was proven last summer when lead developers Vitalik Buterin, Gavin Wood, and Jeffrey Wilcke initiated the PoC (proof-of-concept) series in Python, C++, and Go, a lot of engineering effort has gone to solidifying these implementations. We’re all anxious to release a stable command line client and issues flagged in the external […]

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building the decentralized web 3.0

Posted on August 18th, 2014.

how ethereum could shard the web Given the state of our 25-year old web and all the problems inherited from legacy 1970’s systems design, we should pause and take inventory of those components which are fundamentally broken and would offer a substantial return on development investment. Intersecting this concern with security, privacy, and censorship resistance, […]

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Background on the mechanics of the ether pre-sale

Posted on July 9th, 2014.

During the run-up to the ether sale we will be releasing a series of blog posts regarding our development plans and intended organizational structure. Today we describe some of the background details of the ether sale module.  The sale module will be displayed on our website at https://www.ethereum.org for the duration of the sale. What […]