This blog post compares Binance Smart Chain and Ethereum, highlighting their similarities and differences to help users choose which platform is best suited for their decentralized application or token.
This blog post explains what Tron fees are, why they matter, and how they work on the Tron blockchain network.
This blog post discusses how blockchain technology can revolutionize supply chains by streamlining logistical operations, enhancing traceability, securing financial transactions, and optimizing costs, and how businesses can integrate blockchain to manage their supply chains.
This blog post discusses important security tips for using blockchain, including generating private keys safely, avoiding exposing private keys, signing transactions on your machine, avoiding using addresses created on Chaingateway.io Blockchain API for cold wallets, and enabling two-factor authentication.
This blog post explores the difference between public and private blockchains, highlighting their benefits and drawbacks, and delving into how they differ in terms of transaction speed, cost, immutability, access, and security.
This blog post explains the differences between blockchain and traditional databases, including control, architecture, immutability, and performance, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of each technology.
This blog post explains what a smart contract is, how it works, and its benefits in the blockchain system, with a focus on Ethereum as the most popular smart contract platform.
This blog post discusses the technical differences and similarities between Ethereum, Tron, and Binance Smart Chain, with a focus on their transaction speed, fees, and functionality.
TRC10 and TRC20 are Token standards on Tron Network with significant technical and cost differences as TRC20 is designed for complex smart contracts and TRC10 is designed for the immediate creation and use of tokens.
This blog post discusses the pros and cons of using a blockchain API versus a blockchain node for interacting with a blockchain, and ultimately concludes that a blockchain API is a simpler and more cost-effective option with good support and automated data decoding and encoding.
We are happy to announce the release of several new functions and features.
You may have heard about Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The most popular NFT standard right now is ERC721. But what actually defines a ERC721 token? And how does it technically work?
You read it everywhere, even on our site. ERC20 tokens are here to stay and the most popular fungible token standard right now. But what actually defines an ERC20 token? And how does it technically work?
Today we release a new feature which allows users to increase the security of their application.