In 2017, cryptocurrencies exploded into the mainstream. Around the world, millions of people began investing in digital coins all at once. This leap in popularity for an emerging tech was made possible by immense hype and by underlying technologies. Cryptocurrency wallets, which began development in 2012, were one of the primary technologies that allowed this vast expansion.
Today, cryptocurrency wallets come in all shapes and sizes. Businesses and startups are looking for ways to invest and capitalize on this new currency movement.
With that in mind, let’s talk about how you can enter the cryptocurrency market with your own wallet.
Despite the turbulent history they’ve had until 2021, it certainly seems like cryptocurrencies are here to stay. Likewise, a core piece of tech underpinning cryptocurrency, blockchain, is not only sticking around but working its way into a variety of sectors.
In this guide, we’re going to cover one of the most practical blockchain applications: blockchain payment systems.
But first, let’s start with the fundamentals.
Over the last few years, most of us have heard about a new technology known as blockchain. Usually, we hear this new word thrown around with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, but even crypto investors tend to have a limited understanding of what blockchain is.
This guide will go through the ins and outs of blockchain, answering questions like how many blockchains are there, the benefits of blockchain, and how blockchain can be applied.
The Cheesecake Labs team’s goal is to provide you with the best version of your digital product. And there’s no one way of getting that right.
The good news is we now have plenty of options to choose from. And, at CKL, we’re fully trained and ready to go using a range of different programming languages and frameworks — whichever is the best approach for your project. All that remains to resolve is which is better for your app when it comes to Flutter versus React Native versus native development.
Hello developer, how are you? Has anyone asked how your day has been today? To be a proficient software engineer, we find ourselves in an ocean of skills that are required for the job: each company has its tech stack, its way of working and its culture. Which skills should you focus on? Which ones should you have?
Atomic Design is a very widespread topic nowadays within the front-end community, but while looking at several projects, I realized that there is still a lot of personal opinion on its implementation, and here I list some points that caught my attention throughout the years.
This article is not a tutorial on how to create your applications but it is intended to share my interpretation on how to best use this amazing methodology. Continue Reading
We are living in the era of Artificial Intelligence since everyone is talking so much about how it will revolutionize our market and our lives. Well, I want to share today a use case in which I worked directly: creating a virtual attendant that teaches the end user to create a “Project Model Canvas” through conversations in Portuguese (PT-BR).
Let’s talk about Neo4j, a graph database that recently has attracted a significant number of fans. My goal is for you to have a brief (I promise to be quick) vision of how it works and to give you some examples to make it more tangible.
We are used to write data using tables, to relate them through primary keys and, by looking directly at the data, you only see IDs. Graph databases were designed mainly so that this doesn’t happen. Its purpose is for you to have a complete understanding when looking at the data. Continue Reading