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Welcome to the first chapter of CENNZ-ED! This is our introductory series designed to get you up to speed on exactly what CENNZnet is, how the system works, and what you need to know to get started.

DApps are a relatively new and innovative way to make use of blockchain’s capabilities. This article will help explain!

Where there are systems there are protocols – and managing a decentralised ledger requires some of the most dynamic and inventive protocols of them all!

What is the CENNZnet protocol

In our previous article we covered the technical side of protocol in blockchain, now let's move on to how an individual network’s ‘protocol’ is defined.

CENNZnet uses a unique dual token system in order to help developers, users and token holders get the best from the network.

The thing that no one tells you about blockchain, is that it’s only ever as good as its consensus mechanism. Without a good one, the whole concept of decentralisation - however world-changing it seems - falls apart pretty quickly. But how is that possible, you may ask, surely blockchain’s decentralised ledger can survive anything?

The best use cases for DApps

As we move into the third generation of blockchain, the possibilities for apps with an element of decentralisation have skyrocketed. So what exactly are decentralised apps (DApps) and importantly, what advantages and use cases do they offer?

what are smart contracts

Smart contracts are tiny computer programmes stored inside a blockchain, in this case, CENNZnet.

An intro to Doughnuts

Doughnuts are the secret sauce of the CENNZnet protocol. The doughnut protocol addresses the need for seamless authentication and access control within blockchain-powered applications.

The crypto world comes with a lot of unfamiliar terms. We have found the ideal glossary to help you get a better understanding.

Using the CENNZnet.io

Learn how to use CENNZnet.io portal for creating and managing your accounts, exploring the chain, and much more.

Using the advanced functions in CENNZnet.io

CENNZnet.io is a web portal and wallet where you can interact with CENNZnet’s blockchain network.

The CENNZX guide

Runtime modules are the core of what makes our protocol so accessible and unique, so it’s super exciting that yet another one of our core modules is live on our mainnet!

How to use the CENNZX UI

CENNZX is a decentralised spot exchange for generic assets on CENNZnet. It’s built on the CENNZnet blockchain meaning all transactions are signed by CENNZnet accounts and permanently recorded on-chain.

NFTs are the hot ticket in the digital world right now, but the barrier to entry still remains extremely high.

The complete guide to staking on CENNZnet

Public staking is about to get underway on CENNZnet. So without further ado let’s dive into the process of staking and the nitty-gritty of how to stake on CENNZnet to earn CPAY rewards, improve the security of the network and even participate in the network’s governance.

How to stake using CENNZnet.io

Staking is an easy way to make passive income by using your nodes or tokens to take part in our Proof of Stake consensus mechanism.

Staking Nominator FAQ

Validator elections are the process by which token holders (nominators) vote (nominate) validator nodes they think are trustworthy to secure the network.

Validator node FAQ

What are Validators? On CENNZnet we have two roles within staking: Validators and Nominators.

How to set up a validator node on CENNZnet

This guide will cover how to set up a Validator node on CENNZnet. Specifically how to set up a Validator node in a non-programmatic way which can be done with docker or system admin skills.

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