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The Web3 Labs Blog: Ethereum

    First release of Web3 Labs' contract deployment plugin

    Today is the first time Web3 Labs have released the Ethereum smart contract deployment library and...

    Announcing Web3j support for EIP-1559

    The most anticipated Ethereum London fork upgrade is here! It includes the improvement proposal...

    Scaling the Ethereum Network: A Primer on Layer 2

    One of the most common criticisms against blockchain, and Ethereum in particular, is their...

    The Eth2 Network Is Launching—What Do I Need to Know?

    You may already have heard about the upcoming launch of Eth2, a long planned upgrade to Ethereum....

    10 reasons why standards matter for Ethereum - Part 2: The #Buidlers

    In the first part of this mini series, several prominent community leaders from Hyperledger, the...

    10 reasons why standards matter for Ethereum - Part 1: Community Leaders

    With the v5 release of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance’s Client Specification just around the...

    Why We Believe in Ethereum - Part 2

    In the last blog post, I compared Ethereum’s technical capabilities to Bitcoin. It made a pretty...

    Why we believe in Ethereum - Part 1

    Blockchains and DLTs can be viewed from two angles. One is purely technical, and one is purely...

    Web3j Ethereum Foundation Grant Update

    Back at Devcon V, we were delighted to announce that Web3 Labs was awarded a grant for Web3j by the...

    Auditing Smart Contracts with Epirus

    Bugs in smart contracts cause problems. From the original DAO hack, to issues with Parity's...

    How to test Ethereum Smart Contracts

    As a developer, I’m sure you strive to test what you develop, and in most established programming...

    Exciting Web3j SDK Announcements

    Web3j is the JVM integration library for Ethereum, used by Java, Android and Kotlin developers. It...