When you are making a payment with an ERC20 token like TRST or DAI you
need to sign TWO transactions. Here's how it works Let's say, for
example, you intend to contribute 1 TRST to a lending circle sm...
Without getting too technical, traditional apps are based on what’s
known as the “client-server model”. A person uses an app as the
“client” which connected to a centralized “server” for
Simply put, a blockchain is a group of records of activity (called
blocks), “chained” together over time to form a historical record
of that activity. Blockchains, because of their reliance on
Emerging technologies can appear complicated initially due to their
unfamiliarity and potential for change. Blockchain can appear as a
seemingly nontraditional experience for people used to interactin...
A blockchain is distributed - there’s no single owner. By design,
these records are stored across multiple network computers (called
“nodes”), and every addition to these records gets encrypted and
Fundamentally, blockchains provide secure keeping of records. This
concept has many applications beyond buying digital currency: patient
record management for healthcare, transaction processing, and n...
One of WeTrust’s goals is to make blockchain technology familiar and
accessible to everyone. At present, blockchain applications require a
certain level of technical expertise to set up and use, which...
Blockchain technology, by nature of its decentralization, is “secure
by design”. Blockchain was built from the ground up with exploits
and hacking in mind; in other words, the technology anticipates