What is Ethereum Blockchain?
Ethereum is a blockchain based distributed computing platform, based on smart contract functionality. It provides the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), that can trustlessly execute peer-to-peer contracts across a decentralized network.
Blockchain technology is a fusion of cryptography, proof of work, decentralized networks — which builds a system of verification without a central authority. Ethereum takes the initial Bitcoin blockchain one step further, building a the platform for independent decentralized applications called dApps.
Ethereum is not a cryptocurrency, but a platform that allows users to connect directly to each other. The Ethereum network is a collection of nodes that unite computing power to create a true decentralized network.
Currently, there is almost no action on the internet that doesn’t have an centralized intermediary. Imagine re-designing the internet so users could connect directly to other users without a third-party. Ethereum brings that opportunity to developers. For example, people can rent decentralized data storage space to one another, making third-party cloud databases obsolete.
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