Tag: hackernoon-top-story

Beyond Crypto?—?Blockchain Ethics

The Not So Good 51% Attacks and Double Spending As I mentioned before, blockchains are just nodes (people’s computers) working together to create a network. One of the beauties of these nodes is that their owners are

The Ultimate Guide To Pair Programming

Lessons From My Summer At Menlo Innovations Photo by Gemma Evans on Unsplash Many programmers are skeptical about pair programming: The agile software development technique in which two programmers work at one workstation. This is the

How At-Home Crypto Mining Outperforms Buying Crypto

Introduction Looking in from the outside, cryptocurrency mining can be opaque and confusing. It is intimidating to learn about, to say nothing of trying to determine whether it makes sense to actually participate in. In

The Future of Data: A Decentralized Graph Database

Photo by Ander Burdain on Unsplash A paradigm shift is happening that will change the way companies store, compute and transmit data. This shift will give birth to a plethora of new opportunities, including solutions to

What We Can Learn from Crypto’s Anti-Hero

“The house of Cypherpunks has many rooms.” –Timothy May Last month, Timothy May, the incendiary co-founder of the Cypherpunks mailing list and author of the Crypto Anarchist Manifesto, died, leaving behind a complicated legacy for the