What is Ethereum?

The Ethereum project aims to do for human collaboration what the internet did for information. It is part of a world computer, where everyone can publish and access content, write and use applications, send value and make agreements. This is done through so-called smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps) – open, tamper-proof, opt-in, self-executing applications,…

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Who uses Ethereum?

Ethereum is solving real-world problems and still more and more enterprises, governments and organizations get it.

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How to get started?

Even though there are no borders in the Ethereum world, you would need some Ether (ETH – the underlying Ethereum currency) to use the services and decentralized apps there. Like exchanging into the local currency in a foreign country you’re visiting. Exchanges provide a means to move in or out of ETH by trading it…

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How to use Ethereum?

Wallets and browsers are your windows to the Ethereum world. The former works just like your normal wallet, i.e. it allows you to store, add and spend money via different currencies and payment systems. It contains one or more Ethereum addresses (most likely long hexadecimal strings that uniquely identifies them) and can receive and send…

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Utilities

How to explore Ethereum, run a node or mine / stake ETH? Whether you choose to become a developer or just a user of Ethereum, various explorers and utilities will provide you useful ecosystem informations and services.

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Media and Community

There are many social channels and communities to join and participate. Also many quality news outlet reporting about Ethereum and the decentralization of the web. Check them out or follow us on the social page for the most important news articles of the day.

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