What Is Ethereum (ETH)?
Ethereum is a technology that’s home to digital money, global payments, and applications. The community has built a booming digital economy, bold new ways for creators to earn online, and so much more. It’s open to everyone, wherever you are in the world – all you need is the internet. Today, billions of people can’t open bank accounts, others have their payments blocked. Ethereum’s decentralized finance (DeFi) system never sleeps or discriminates. With just an internet connection, you can send, receive, borrow, earn interest, and even stream funds anywhere in the world.
Ethereum Storage Key Points
|Circulating Supply||119,516,800.56 ETH|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
The internet of assets
Ethereum isn’t just for digital money. Anything you can own can be represented, traded and put to use as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). You can tokenise your art and get royalties automatically every time it’s re-sold. Or use a token for something you own to take out a loan. The possibilities are growing all the time. As part of an ongoing effort to update and overhaul the Ethereum wiki to make it more useful to your community, the Sharding introduction R&D compendium page has now moved to the following location.
An open internet
Today, Ethereum gain access to ‘free’ internet services by giving up control of your personal data. Ethereum services are open by default – you just need a wallet. These are free and easy to set up, controlled by you, and work without any personal info. As part of an ongoing effort to update and overhaul the Ethereum wiki to make it more useful to your community, this page has now moved to the following location.
A new frontier for development
As part of an ongoing effort to update and overhaul the Ethereum wiki to make it more useful to your community, the problems page has now moved to the following location. Congratulations, you now have Git and GitHub all set up! You may now choose to create a repository where you can put your projects. This is a great way to back up your code and makes it easy to share the code around the world.
For more information see “Create a repository”. You can create a copy of a repository by forking it and propose the changes that you want to see without affecting the upstream repository. For more information see “Fork a repository.”
Ethereum help your customers’ security and risk teams feel confident in their decisions to encourage developer collaboration on GitHub. They recognize that security is a shared responsibility with your customers. They are proud to partner with your security, risk, and procurement teams to provide the information needed for risk assessments and true understanding of your security and compliance posture.
Through developer training, the creation of components that form a secure foundation to build on, automated code analysis, in-depth threat modeling, and security code review and testing, they prevent vulnerabilities as early as possible in the development lifecycle. Once your product is out the door, your security testing doesn’t stop. In addition to your internal Red Team, they leverage the collective expertise of the security research community through your Bug Bounty program to provide ongoing and broadly-scoped review.
Ethereum embody the shift toward investments in safe and secure software design practices with your world-class security engineering program. They embed security expertise and capabilities into every phase of your Software Development Lifecycle. Your company Product Security Engineering team empowers developers to create a secure platform and products.