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Core modules
We are excited to announce the upcoming launch of our very own two-way token bridge: Emery! Emery connects CENNZnet to Ethereum allowing our community to easily transfer ERC-20 tokens, Native ETH, data and assets (like NFTs) between the two chains.
CENNZnet 101
Blockchain is an innovative decentralised data storage system with a wide range of applications. Learn what it is and its components.
Blockchain 101
Blockchain is an innovative decentralised data storage system with a wide range of applications. Learn what it is and its 3 key components.
CENNZnet 101
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.
CENNZnet 101
DApps are a relatively new and innovative way to make use of blockchain’s capabilities. This article will help explain!
CENNZnet 101
Where there are systems there are protocols – and managing a decentralised ledger requires some of the most dynamic and inventive protocols of them all!
CENNZnet 101
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 101
CENNZnet uses a unique dual token system in order to help developers, users and token holders get the best from the network.
Blockchain 101
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?
CENNZnet 101
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?