2020–10–30

ArcBlock Project Hits 3-Year Milestone and Releases New Website and Updates to Its DApps Developer Platform with New Features and Tools that Simplify DApps Development.

Introducing ABT Node 1.0

BELLEVUE, Wash., Oct. 30, 2020 /ArcBlock/ — ArcBlock, a leading blockchain technology, decentralized identity, and DApps Developer Platform, announced today has released an update…

2020–10–31

On October 31, 2020, ArcBlock reached it’s three year milestone that included the release of a new website and updates to the ArcBlock Dapps platform and decentralized dev environment.

Updates

ArcBlock Releases New Website for Developers and DApps

ArcBlock, a leading blockchain technology, decentralized identity, and DApps…

2020–11–09

ArcBlock updated it’s ABT Node developer platform to version v1.0.31 on November 9, 2020.

ArcBlock DApp Platform Change Log — November09, 2020

ArcBlock continues to improve ABT Node with this weeks updated ChangeLog showing multiple bug fixes, updates and optimization updates to improve performance.

2020–09–15。

ABT node 1.0 was officially released on September 1, 2020, which included the release of ArcBlock’s Blocklets.

Blocklets are the key building blocks for ABT Node that include stand-alone apps, reusable components and developer tools, or smart contracts that can be installed from the Blocklet Marketplace.

Users and developers…

What is a Blockchain? In October 2018 NIST, the national institute of standards and technology, introduced its definition of “Blockchain.”

Blockchains are tamper evident and tamper resistant digital ledgers implemented in a distributed fashion (i.e., without a central repository) and usually without a central authority (i.e., a bank, company, or government).

Back in 2008 the concept of a blockchain was combined with several other technologies and computer science concepts to create today’s modern-day cryptocurrencies — electronic cash that is protected through cryptographic mechanisms instead of centralized authorities and of course the most obvious example of this is Bitcoin.

The Bitcoin blockchain is stored, maintained and collaboratively managed by a distributed group of participants. This, along with several cryptographic mechanisms help ensure the blockchain is resilient and cannot be altered or modified.

Blockchain Made Easy

Matt McKinney

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