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Smart Contracts are not Databases

If it is not going to be used by a smart contract, dump it in an event

All that data, neatly stored.

Anyone that is coding smart contracts as database tables is getting it wrong. That was me as well, until very recently.

Developing blockchain solutions requires you to think differently about data, about control and about privacy. Some of the details are easy to…

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Alberto Cuesta Cañada

Alberto Cuesta Cañada

Blockchain Architect | Distributed and High Performance Computing Expert | Chaotic and Complex Systems Fanboy

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