History of ICOs

Mastercoin held the first token sale (also known as an ICO) in July 2013, the fundraising event ran for almost one month and raised close to 5,000 bitcoins(around $5000 at the time). Ethereum raised money[…]

Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple – Quick Overview

Bitcoin What is it? The leader of the crypto pack, Bitcoin is currently a commonly recognized name; for many, it is the only thing understood of “cryptographic money.” Its purpose is to transmit a shared electronic variant of money, allowing payments to be sent online without the[…]

GOAL! Coin – UnitedFans Voting Platform

Pioneer leaders in the soccer community As pioneers in the blockchain Soccer management sector, Unitedfans.co aims to be proactive leaders in the soccer community by providing technology solutions for collaboration between fans and team managers.[…]

Millennium Climax | Tech Boom | Bubble Burst

The 1990’s Tech boom our most recent “Golden Age” age of modern innovations. Contributing factors to the name include the rise of the internet and API technology. The Internet allowed global communication without friction, but trading was[…]

Blockchain Smart Contracts: A Piktographic Guide

The Bitcoin Blockchain is the distributed ledger that stores every Bitcoin transactions that have ever transpired in its history. It began with “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” the White Paper written by Satoshi Nakamoto. The code was released as open source[…]

Cryptography: A Simple Example

To explain what cryptography is, I’m going to start out with a little example. Let’s pretend like you and your friend are on different sides of the world, and you have an important message to send his friend. But[…]

Cryptography: What Exactly is Cryptography? (Intro)

Cryptography: What Exactly is Cryptography? (Intro) In this lesson, we’re going to start with an overview of what cryptography is, how it works and the benefits it offers. Summary We need cryptography for: password storage[…]

Cryptography: What is Steganography?

Steganography Another fun concept is steganography. This is hiding or embedding one message within another. The simplest form would be writing your secret message on paper with invisible ink and then having unrelated or harmless text in[…]

Cryptography: What is Cryptographic Hashing?

Cryptographic Hashing Cryptographic hashing produces a one-way message, digest that is used for integrity and password storage. Cryptographic hashing. This is not encryption or decryption. Hashing algorithms create a unique numeric hash value. That is[…]