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Learn Blockchain Technology From Professionals

  • Blockchain and unintended environmental costs
    Blockchain technology is just rising and its full wider adoption is yet a few years from now. However, could there be some unintended consequences of using Blockchain, more so on a wider scale?
  • Are smart contracts in their current form the ultimate?
    The term “smart” in smart contracts may well excite many readers to think they are the ultimate solutions. Perhaps you may think of smartphones and what they are capable of doing. You use smartphones to surf the net, send emails, watch movies, conduct zoom meetings, transact, take pictures and videos, learn, teach, and many other everyday conveniences. While that is smart indeed, does the same apply to blockchain’s smart contracts in their current form?
  • Bitcoin Ultimatum a new technology in the blockchain world
    The blockchain development team has acquired a new bitcoin called the Bitcoin Ultimatum (BTCU). The idea developed for BTCU is another cryptocurrency, the beginnings of which are explained by Ethereum.
  • Is a smart contract really the future of contracting?
    Smart transactions are logical and technical principles and policies that govern hosting operations on blockchain networks encoded in a blockchain environment. It is hosted on blockchain applications or standalone applications running on blockchain networks. The Smart Agreement for Transactions on Blockchain Networks ensures that you are satisfied with the implementation of data exchange policies.
  • Are smart contracts really smart or not?
    A smart contract is a term familiar with blockchain technology. It sounds futuristic, exciting, and promising. The term was coined by a computer scientist in the 1990s even before the advent of blockchain as we know it today. It is simply a computer protocol, some lines of code that automatically execute a specified action, like releasing a payment, when certain conditions are fulfilled. But are smart contracts in their current form really smart?
  • Health Care on Hyper ledger, a perfect example
    The main challenges affecting health care institutions, especially ones where they have diverse clientele dotted in different locations is keeping trusted data in sync. With thousands of payments and claims to be made each day, they need a system that can quickly process, sync, minimize any serious errors, and provide an accurate record of trusted data.
  • The relation between crypto wallet, blockchain, and bitcoin
    When the bitcoin first appeared eight years ago, it promised a change in payments. People could transact directly with each other without relying on banks – but that promise had not yet been fulfilled and bitcoin had little acceptance.
  • Blockchain and conflict minerals
    African is well known for its mineral wealth many of which is rare, expensive, and in high demand. However, Africa is also well known for civil strife especially in areas where these minerals are found. One mineral that was recently classified as a conflict mineral is tantalum.
  • How Africa can immensely benefit from blockchain technology (part 3)
    In this article, we will discuss how Africa can still benefit in other areas such as credible voting.
  • How africa can immensely benefit from blockchain technology (part 2)
    This article will explore two specific examples in health/birth records and education, areas that can set African countries ahead in the right direction if blockchain technology was adopted.
  • How to deploy an application on Ethereum – Basics
    As you already know, ethereum is an open-source platform for application deployment. However, just how can you personally get involved and build an application that will eventually run on this block chain?
  • What is DeFi and why is it the freshest price tag in cryptocurrencies? (part 2)
    Earlier, regulators were behind the curves, and DeFi managed to make progress in the region. For example, in a typical unsecured loan, it is a lawful necessity for the lender and the borrower to know each other and assess the borrower’s ability to repay the loan. No one needs to deny. Instead, it’s about trusting each other and protecting your privacy.

Enjoy World Cuisine from Local People

  • Nigeria – Kilishi
    Nigeria is a country blessed with tastes from many places, this one comes from Northern Nigeria, it’s a beef jerky. Kilishi is a beef jerky prepared through two main steps, including sliced beef into very thin layered pieces and then dried well but not to crispy form, the last step includes marinate it in a solution of herbs, veggies and spices to give it a taste.
  • Algeria – Tajine Zitoune
    Algerian cuisines are another African taste to talk about. This country located in northern Africa, is bordered by the Western Sahara to the west, Mauritania to the south as well as Tunisia to the northeast.
  • Madagascar – Tilapia (Tilapia à la Malagasy)
    Madagascar in an island found in the Indian ocean, west on African continent, near Mozambique mainland state. Since Madagascar is an island, it’s primary cuisines must have contain sea foods like Prawns and Tilapia.
  • Kenya – Githeri
    The preparation of this meal is same as the preparation of a pot of beans. This is a very population dish in Kenya and other countries of Africa like Cameroon. Another name for Githeri is muthere. This meal originated from the Kikuyu tribe of Kenya.
  • Pakistan, India, Bangladesh – Dahi Bhallay (Creamy Spicy Yogurt with Balls)
    This is the fresh creamy yogurt dish which is very healthy. We can call this a complete meal. It is mixed with gram flour (bhallay) and potatoes, onions, mint and many spices. Dahi bhallay is considered the most tastiest dish.
  • Pakistan – Traditional Khichri
    Khichri is another name of goodness.It prepared by adding rice,moong daal,ghee,salt,cloves,cumin and many other ingredients.The name of it is derived from sanskrit word khicca which means a dish of rice.You can eat khichri as lunch or dinner.
  • Tanzania – Chips Mayai
    Chips Mayai is a very popular dish in Tanzania. This is a very common dish in Tanzania and other parts of Africa like Cameroon. In Cameroon, this is a very popular dish and it could be seen made on the streets every day for breakfast. But in Tanzania and other African countries like Cameroon, they add more value to it.
  • Kenya – Nyama Choma
    There are so many dishes in the world, many we don’t know about. Today is about Nyama Choma. This is very delicious dish valued by the Kenya people.
  • Somalia – Halwa
    Somalia is located on the eastern part called as the horn of Africa, it is bordering the Gulf of Aden in north, Ethiopia in west and Indian Ocean in the east. Halwa (also known as Halwo) is a known cuisine among countries occupied by Arab traditions since it is prepared in very special occasions like Ramadan, weddings or national cerebration.
  • Sudan – Moukhbaza with Kisra Bread
    Sudan is a country found East-central of Africa bordered by Egypt to the north, Ethiopia to the east, South Sudan to the south and Chad to the west. Although Sudanese cuisines are influenced from it’s neighbor’s ones, still it holds Moukhbaza as itt’s significant dish prepared almost all over the country.
  • Nigeria – Ekuru and Ata Dindin
    Nigeria is a country located in western Africa, it is bordered by Niger in the north, Cameroon to the east, Benin in the west and Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic ocean to the southern part. Ekuru is originate from Yoruba tribe, people living in the southern part of the country, among three ethnic groups in tribes in Nigeria.
  • Pakistan, India, Bangladesh – Special Beef Biryani
    A curious reality among the phrase Biryani is actuated from the Persian tongue! Unmistakably, concurring to Wikipedia, Biryani is initiated from the Persian phrase bring which gathers rice.