I have been fairly vocal on my personal Twitter account about how speculation in cryptocurrency markets is getting out of hand. I wrote a post in August entitled Why/How I built EthTools.com. The short version is that in 2015 I stumbled upon Ethereum. It sounded technologically promising and
An overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Why it is great, but not cost effective for many use cases.
In todays blog post I will show you how to create the input data of a complex function call. This example is based on the example contained within the Ethereum Wiki. I am simply going to explain it further to (hopefully) add more clarity. To demonstrate this in a clear
I have written a number of blog posts about Ethereum, the process of developing EthTools.com, the reasoning behind it, and the features of the product. Take a look: * Ethereum — Security and wallets * EthTools.com — Tools for Ethereum * Ethereum contract deployment and interaction * Verifying an Ethereum signature on the server
A brief look at how one builds an Ethereum block chain explorer, and why it is necessary for providing useful tooling for the ENS
Today I am pleased to publicly release EthTools.com. EthTools.com offers a selection of tools for interacting with the Ethereum network. The idea behind the project was to focus on making extremely accessible tools that anyone (regardless of technical experience) can use and understand. Greater adoption of Ethereum by