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Regular insights and updates relating to web3 in one place.

    Solidity Smart Contracts: Gas Optimization Techniques

    Last month, I published an article highlighting how developers can significantly reduce gas costs...

    What are Verkle Trees in Ethereum?

    Paving the Way for Stateless Ethereum Clients Ethereum, one of the leading blockchain platforms,...

    Optimizing Gas in Solidity Smart Contracts: Choosing the Right Storage

    In recent years, Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) networks have gained significant traction. Every...

    Upgradable Smart Contracts: Ensuring Flexibility in Blockchain Applications

    What are Upgradable Smart Contracts? Upgrading smart contracts refers to the ability to modify or...

    Boost Dev Efficiency & Security with Web3j's Gradle 8.7 Upgrade

    We are excited to announce that all Web3j repositories have been upgraded to the latest Gradle...

    How to compile smart contracts against different EVM versions using Web3j

    What is web3j-solidity-gradle plugin? Web3j-solidity-gradle-plugin is a handy tool and extension of...

    Hyperledger Web3J: The bridge between Decentralized Identity and EVM

    In today's landscape, the momentum behind Web3 is clear across various industries. As we move into...

    How to Backup and Restore Private Blockchains Using Hyperledger Besu

    In the evolving landscape of blockchain technology, maintaining the robustness and reliability of...

    EIP-4844 Blob Transactions Support in Web3j

    In an exciting development for the Ethereum and blockchain developer community, Web3j has become...

    Web3j and the Hyperledger Foundation

    At the end of 2023, Web3 Labs announced they had joined the Hyperledger Foundation. For us it was...

    Web3 Labs Joins Hyperledger Foundation

    Web3 Labs proudly announces its official membership in the Hyperledger Foundation, a global...

    What AI Means for the Future of Content Creation — an Entrepreneur's Perspective

    In the past couple of years, I've published over 150,000 words of content on web3. Not everyone...