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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 12/10/2020

    Hi I am planning to set up a mining farm .Wanted to consult you regarding this.

    Request more information - Which type of mining farm are your planning to start?

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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 12/6/2020

    Where can I get well qualified and highly experienced software engineers who can design an Enterprise Blockchain Platform (Hyper ledger Fabric)? I am setting up a blockchain powered platform and need to present a quote to my backers. I also need to have the technical profiles...

    Are you open to remote working engineers? In which case I would advise on reaching out to Indian software Engineers. India now probably has the largest base of Blockchain developers currently. Many of them are working on private blockchains using Hyperledger Fabric and other enterprise blockchain fr... more

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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 11/29/2020

    Looking to form a partnership for new blockchain development endeavour (banking & technology)

    I could connect you with some who have experience in developing blockchain applications, and they are all start-ups! But the founders are very grounded in this tech and can do a good job!!
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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 11/9/2020

    What is Merkle Trees?

    In 1979, Ralph Merkle patented the concept of hash trees. It is a data structure that allows efficient mapping of large chunks of data in the form of a connected tree / linked list.

    Consider it to be like an organization structure for data points. In such a linked set of hashed data structure, any s... more

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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 10/19/2020

    On CoinMarketCap there are 3,543 cryptocurrencies listed. How many different types of crypto does the world really need?

    Firstly, there are 7400+ cryptos listed on CMC. Check out the top header bar on https://coinmarketcap.com/

    Having said that, not all of them are reliable or can be considered fully functional as of now. Many of them are dead, defunct, scams, etc. which you can find on deadcoins.com. ... more

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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 10/19/2020

    What protocols are out there for #DeFi initiatives?

    I think the most decentralized of all DeFi Projects / Protocols are as follows: 

    1. Compound

    2. Uniswap

    3. Maker

    4. Aave

    5. Yearn Finance

    6. Curve

    7. Balancer

     

    Some of the upcoming protocols from India are: 

    - EasyFi

    - OpenDeFi

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  • Matthew Bennett
    Matthew Bennett answered 10/18/2020

    What are the pitfalls to crypto adoption?

    Presently there are a number of pitfalls ranging from reputation to reliability. The issue with blockchain is the reputation through to the massive variances with what they represent. The other issues are that alot of blockchains are used to just raise money for an idea. 

    The latest my team has... more

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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 10/15/2020

    Do you think India is ready to adopt and innovate in cryptocurrency?

    For the uninitiated, India has already been at the forefront of crypto innovation with companies like WazirX (now acquired by Binance), CoinDCX, BitBNS, Marlin, Matic, Persistence, EasyFi, OroPocket, Persistence, raising multi-million dollars in investments. Currently, the daily volumes in exchanges... more

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  • Shantanu Sharma
    Shantanu Sharma answered 10/15/2020

    What is Cryptocurrency mining? Can anyone do it?

    Cryptocurrency mining is a two-way process. 

    1. One, it is an accounting process to verify, validate, and record cryptocurrency transactions on an online, public, and encrypted ledger - called the blockchain. This is done by installing a CPU/specialized computers, called miners, along with the ... more

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