HelloWorld Crystal for Bismuth’s Tornado Wallet

Bismuth is a chemical element and a metal with number 83 in the periodic table. Bismuth has an unusual property for a metal in which it expands as it changes from a liquid to a solid and crystals are formed. Bismuth is also the name given to the first blockchain implementation written in Python. The Bismuth blockchain project with it’s associated features and tools aim to be a “construction set for blockchain technology” or “the Lego of blockchains”. Inspired by the metal the Bismuth blockchain ecosystem will also “expand as it solidifies”, with many new developers and future use-cases. Tornado …

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Protect Your Intellectual Property

You have just come up with a great, innovative idea, and you have summarized it in a document including some drawings. You have done some searches in patent databases, published journals, conference proceedings, and you are quite confident that no one else has patented or published this idea before. How can you protect your intellectual property? The normal procedure in such a case would be to start working on a patent application, especially if you work for a large company which has the funding to pay for patent related expenses. But what if you do not have the funding available …

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Dragginator: a collectible game based upon the Bismuth crypto platform

I follow — and support — Dragginator.com from the start, and like everyone I think, I was wondering where it was headed, since nothing new seems to take place on the website. I had quite a lengthy chat with Iyomisc that I — EggdraSyl from the Bismuth Foundation — reworked as an interview: Let’s get some fresh news from Dragginator’s creator, @Iyomisc Iyomisc, can you begin by telling something about yourself and your background? I am a Python loving student and I like to learn new computer languages. I consider myself a geek, and I’ve always been interested in magical and extraordinary creatures, like …

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