Raspberry Pi and Ethereum: The Epilogue

This tutorial is part of a series of articles introduced here. In part 6, we finalized the configuration of the private blockchain. We sent ether between our nodes and verified that the database is properly synchronised. NB: It is important that what we mean by “private Ethereum blockchain” in this context has absolutely nothing to do with the “private blockchain”... Continue Reading →

Pair the miners (4/6)

This tutorial is part of a series of articles introduced here. In part 3, we configured the miners of our private blockchain. NB: It is important that what we mean by “private Ethereum blockchain” in this context has absolutely nothing to do with the “private blockchain” championed by Hyperledger, Eris/Monax, or the recently announced Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.... Continue Reading →

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