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  • April 01, 2017

    Ethereum's Road Map For 2017

    At a recent blockchain-focused conference, software developer and member of the Ethereum Foundation, Hudson Jameson, gave a presentation in which he discussed Ethereum’s roadmap and the future of the blockchain ecosystem. Jameson started the presentation by going over the history of Ethereum, beginning with the formal announcement made by Ethereum brainchild, Vitalik Buterin, at the North American Bitcoin Conference in January 2015.

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  • March 31, 2017

    TaaS Innovations in the Blockchain Industry

    Utilizing the Ethereum blockchain and its Cryptographic Audit technology, TaaS was co-founded by Blockchain protagonists Konstantin Pysarenko, Ruslan Gavrilyuk, Dmytro Chupryna and Maksym Muratov. Together with team members from the United States, China, Poland, South Africa and the Ukraine, fledgling startup TaaS with offices in Kiev and San Francisco intends to offer a “New way” to participate in and benefit from capital raising, fund management and cryptocurrency investing.

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  • March 12, 2017

    Seneca and The Shortness of Life

    For the moments where anxiety creeps up, it‘s healthy to read the thoughts of wise men. We are all second-handed people and although no two people are identical, similar thoughts and fears have all be sorted through before. Where does anxiety nest and what is the reason for the dread it brings? We like to ridicule self-proclaimed seers and mystics, yet many of us attempt to play this role among ourselves.

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  • February 10, 2017

    The Lobster Review

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  • February 01, 2017

    JavaScript Hell

    I‘ve been struggling with JavaScript for a while now and initially, I felt as though I‘d never grasp the language. The past few weeks of learning felt as though every topic lead to a deeper rabbit hole which required devoted attention. Frustration was the norm as I would continually run into bugs after bugs, unable to understand why certain mechanics didn’t work. But I kept at it, day in and day out, and I can appreciate the progress being made.

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