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Smart Contracts

Smart contracts are self-executing programmes that use blockchain technology to automate, verify and enforce the terms of a contract. They are programmable, transparent, immutable and highly secure codes used in various sectors such as decentralised finance, supply chain management and real estate.

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The Role of Oracles in the Blockchain

Blockchain, since the emergence of Bitcoin in 2009, has revolutionised the way we conceive and manage digital transactions. This technology, based on an immutable distributed ledger, has introduced a new security paradigm, eliminating the need for central intermediaries. However, although blockchain can handle financial transactions securely, its connection to the

The Scalability Trilemma

Blockchain networks have revolutionised the way we conceive and manage digital transactions, but they face a fundamental challenge: the Scalability Trilemma. This concept, first introduced by Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, focuses on the need to balance three key elements: decentralisation, security and scalability. The Fascination of Decentralisation Decentralisation