The release of Ethereum 2.0 will mark the beginning of the largest scale proof-of-work to proof-of-stake migration in the crypto-ecosystem. This transformation will render traditional mining infrastructure outmoded as network security and consensus is facilitated, no longer by miners, but holders of the cryptocurrency who stake a portion of their balances inside of wallets integrated Read more about Proper Proposers and Skipped Slots: A Ranking and Segmentation Study of Validator Behavior[…]

Consensys’s glossary of Ethereum 2.0 terms eloquently describes the act of “slashing” as one of Ethereum’s new processes created to maintain blockchain security. They state that Ethereum 2.0’s consensus mechanism has a couple of rules that are designed to prevent attacks on the network. Any validator, an actor that proposes and attests new blocks, found Read more about The Art of Slashing[…]

Over the course of the last few months we’ve revamped our masternode social media ranking algorithm to more accurately measure engagement by aggregating 13935

Our improved #Masternode eco-system map better highlights risk associated with #masternodes by

This post was guest-authored by Crypeli and published here with permission. From the previous article, professionalized mining is playing an increasingly important role in the ETH network. It’s no mystery that they are around,

As posted on Steemit @theomniacs One thousand nine hundred and sixteen …an absolutely dizzying number considering that’s how many cryptocurrencies were listed on at the time of this writing. It may be tempting to believe there were always nearly 2,000 coins

In the #masternode lifecycle, coins less than 1 month old have rapidly growing MN counts, especially those with higher block ROIs.

At the time of writing, there were 41,871 verified contract source codes on @etherscan.

A silver lining within the #masternode ecosystem is that, despite price declines, the communities behind these coins have steadily increased the security