Distributed computing projects similar to or like Ethereum

Decentralized, open-source blockchain featuring smart contract functionality. Wikipedia

  • Ethereum Classic

    Open source, blockchain-based distributed computing platform featuring smart contract functionality. It supports a modified version of Nakamoto consensus via transaction-based state transitions executed on a public Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). Wikipedia

  • Decentralized, open-source blockchain network that can execute peer-to-peer transactions and serve as a platform for deploying smart contracts. Tez which has the symbol XTZ. Wikipedia

  • Solidity

    Object-oriented programming language for writing smart contracts. Used for implementing smart contracts on various blockchain platforms, most notably, Ethereum. Wikipedia

  • Cryptocurrency network and open source project that aims to run a public blockchain platform for smart contracts. Called Ada. Wikipedia

  • Linux

    Family of open-source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel first released on September 17, 1991, by Linus Torvalds. Typically packaged in a Linux distribution. Wikipedia

  • Open-source blockchain decentralized application platform founded in 2014 by Da HongFei and Erik Zhang. To realise a "smart economy" by utilizing blockchain technology and smart contracts to issue and manage digitized assets. Wikipedia

  • Experimental form of finance that does not rely on central financial intermediaries such as brokerages, exchanges, or banks to offer traditional financial instruments, and instead utilizes smart contracts on blockchains, the most common being Ethereum. DeFi platforms allow people to lend or borrow funds from others, speculate on price movements on a range of assets using derivatives, trade cryptocurrencies, insure against risks, and earn interest in savings-like accounts. Wikipedia

  • Stellar (payment network)

    Open source, decentralized protocol for digital currency to fiat money transfers which allows cross-border transactions between any pair of currencies. Supported by a Delaware nonprofit corporation, the Stellar Development Foundation, though this organization does not enjoy 501(3) tax-exempt status with the IRS. Wikipedia

  • Free and open source blockchain infrastructure framework developed by Microsoft. Designed for building secure high-performance and high-availability applications that have a focus on multi-party compute and data. Wikipedia

  • Uniswap

    Decentralized cryptocurrency exchange which facilitates automated transactions between cryptocurrency tokens on the Ethereum blockchain through the use of smart contracts. Estimated to be the largest decentralized exchange and the fourth-largest cryptocurrency exchange overall by daily trading volume. Wikipedia

  • Fast data compression and decompression library written in C++ by Google based on ideas from LZ77 and open-sourced in 2011. It does not aim for maximum compression, or compatibility with any other compression library; instead, it aims for very high speeds and reasonable compression. Wikipedia

  • Shared database that records transactions between two parties in an immutable ledger. Blockchains document and confirm pseudonymous ownership of all existing coins within a cryptocurrency ecosystem at any given time through cryptography. Wikipedia

  • Decentralized autonomous organization

    Organization represented by rules encoded as a computer program that is transparent, controlled by the organization members and not influenced by a central government. A DAO's financial transaction record and program rules are maintained on a blockchain. Wikipedia

  • Brave (web browser)

    Free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser. It blocks ads and website trackers, and provides a way for users to send cryptocurrency contributions in the form of Basic Attention Tokens to websites and content creators. Wikipedia

  • Blockchain protocol based on the cryptocurrency EOS. The smart contract platform claims to eliminate transaction fees and also conduct millions of transactions per second. Wikipedia

  • TensorFlow

    Free and open-source software library for machine learning. It can be used across a range of tasks but has a particular focus on training and inference of deep neural networks. Wikipedia

  • Mono (software)

    Free and open-source .NET Framework-compatible software framework. Later acquired by Novell, and is now being led by Xamarin, a subsidiary of Microsoft and the .NET Foundation. Wikipedia

  • Catboost

    Open-source software library developed by Yandex. It provides a gradient boosting framework which attempts to solve for Categorical features using a permutation driven alternative compared to the classical algorithm. Wikipedia

  • The DAO (organization)

    Digital decentralized autonomous organization, and a form of investor-directed venture capital fund. It launched in April 2016 after a crowdfunding campaign. Wikipedia

  • WebAssembly

    Open standard that defines a portable binary-code format for executable programs, and a corresponding textual assembly language, as well as interfaces for facilitating interactions between such programs and their host environment. To enable high-performance applications on web pages, but the format is designed to be executed and integrated in other environments as well, including standalone ones. Wikipedia

  • Lightning Network

    A "layer 2" payment protocol that operates on top of a blockchain-based cryptocurrency . Intended to enable fast transactions among participating nodes and has been proposed as a solution to the bitcoin scalability problem. Wikipedia

  • Haxe

    Open source high-level cross-platform programming language and compiler that can produce applications and source code, for many different computing platforms from one code-base. Free and open-source software, released under the MIT License. Wikipedia

  • Type of translator that takes the source code of a program written in a programming language as its input and produces an equivalent source code in the same or a different programming language. A source-to-source translator converts between programming languages that operate at approximately the same level of abstraction, while a traditional compiler translates from a higher level programming language to a lower level programming language. Wikipedia

  • List of free and open-source software packages, computer software licensed under free software licenses and open-source licenses. Software that fits the Free Software Definition may be more appropriately called free software; the GNU project in particular objects to their works being referred to as open-source. Wikipedia

  • Computer program or a transaction protocol which is intended to automatically execute, control or document legally relevant events and actions according to the terms of a contract or an agreement. The objectives of smart contracts are the reduction of need in trusted intermediators, arbitrations and enforcement costs, fraud losses, as well as the reduction of malicious and accidental exceptions. Wikipedia

  • Free software library implementing a serialization format similar to Protocol Buffers, Thrift, Apache Avro, SBE, and Cap'n Proto, primarily written by Wouter van Oortmerssen and open-sourced by Google. Like Cap'n Proto and SBE, it supports “zero-copy” deserialization, so that accessing the serialized data does not require first copying it into a separate part of memory, which makes accessing data in these formats much faster than data in formats requiring more extensive processing, such as JSON, CSV, and in many cases Protocol Buffers. Wikipedia

  • Counterparty (platform)

    Peer-to-peer financial platform and distributed, open source Internet protocol built on top of the Bitcoin blockchain and network. One of the most well-known "Bitcoin 2.0" platforms in 2014, along with Mastercoin, Ethereum, Colored Coins, Ripple and BitShares. Wikipedia

  • Open-source cryptocurrency created in early 2014 that focuses on decentralization. ASIC resistant proof-of-work mechanism to issue new coins and incentivize miners to secure the network and validate transactions. Wikipedia

  • Stablecoin cryptocurrency which aims to keep its value as close to one United States dollar (USD) as possible through an automated system of smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. Maintained and regulated by MakerDAO, a decentralized autonomous organization composed of the owners of its governance token, MKR, who may vote on changes to certain parameters in its smart contracts in order to ensure the stability of Dai. Wikipedia

  • Experimental programming language that combines features from the functional and imperative paradigms, and supports formal specification through function preconditions, postconditions and loop invariants. The language uses flow-sensitive typing also known as "flow typing." Wikipedia


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  • Zug has also been referred to as the Crypto Valley by Ethereum co-founder Mihai Alisie, due to the large number of companies engaged in cryptocurrency in the city.Zug-Wikipedia
  • In September 2019 the Central Bank of Venezuela, at the request of PDVSA, ran tests to determine if bitcoin and ether could be held in central bank's reserves.Bitcoin-Wikipedia
  • Deloitte became a member of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance and the Hyperledger Project sponsored by the Linux Foundation in May 2017.Deloitte-Wikipedia
  • In October 2019, precious metals digitalisation company InfiniGold announced it would issue the Perth Mint Gold Token (PMGT) on the Ethereum public blockchain.Perth Mint-Wikipedia
  • For example, misuse of initial coin offerings, or "ICOs", on the Ethereum blockchain platform have been one such method, known as "smart Ponzis" per the Financial Times.Ponzi scheme-Wikipedia
  • Another example is Ethereum, which has smart contract functionality that allows decentralized applications to be run on its blockchain.Cryptocurrency-Wikipedia

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