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Very deep-dive on Ethereum Reading List (2016)
A technical reading list for getting very deep in Ethereum in 2016, including Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIP) that fundamentally strengthened the protocol against attacks.
Designing Safer Smart ContractsEthereum Smart Contract Best Practices for security illustrate anti-patterns, attacks, recommended solutions, and philosophy to protect against new, undiscovered attacks.
Ethereum Gas, Fuel & FeesEverything about Ethereum gas and fees is explained with examples, including Out of Gas exceptions, gas refunds, the block gas limit, and metering vs. fees.
Technical Introduction to Events and Logs in EthereumEvents and logs are important in Ethereum because they facilitate communication between smart contracts and their user interfaces. Three main uses of Ethereum events and logs are 1) smart contract return values for user interfaces 2) asynchronous triggers with data 3) cheaper form of storage
Blockchain Underpinnings: Hashing
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