A smart contract is a programmable agreement between multiple parties that is enforced without the ability for a 3rd party to interfere with it’s execution. They shine in scenarios where people want to trade without having to trust each other, instead the parties involved trust that the contract will only execute the agreement as expected without interference.
Articles in this section
- Why use Ethereum and Bancor to back to liquid reserve? Is this the best option?
- What is a smart contract and why are they noteworthy?
- What about the DAO hack? Does that mean Ethereum is not secure? Is Native going to be vulnerable to the same issues.
- What blockchain is Native built on?
- Does Native support wallets other than Metamask & Parity?