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How Cardano is different from Ethereum (2.0)?

TL;DR: Research-led design (102 academic papers to-date) eUTXO transaction model (vs. Ethereum's account-based models) Formal verification (related to 1.) Functional-language-based (Haskell-based) ...
fuzzybear3965's user avatar
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What has happened to the KEVM?

Development is alive and kicking. Alongside our native smart contract language Plutus, we are still on track with the KEVM and its support for languages like Solidity and Glow.
Lars Brünjes's user avatar
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eUTXO transaction model Vs Account Based Transaction Model

There is a nice blog post bu IOG: Cardano’s Extended UTXO accounting model – built to support multi-assets and smart contracts that discusses the difference between two models. For a more in depth ...
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What has happened to the KEVM?

The KEVM testnet has been down for more than a month, but it is back up. I never heard about it being compatible out of the box, there are plans to have it as a side-chain in the future, but there is ...
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ERC-20 converter transaction history

Not directly, as the token minted on the Cardano blockchain will be a new asset. If such an use case is needed, one might use an oracle to see it or metadata to record it at the minting time.
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Is there an equivalent to the Wallet Connect protocol in the Cardano ecosystem?

There is no open standard published right now, but work is ongoing to create one. Emurgo is working on porting the EIP-0012 Ergo standard that the Yoroi Ergo dApp connector is using to Cardano. Have a ...
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What happens to fees when Cardano's chain reaches 1509GB data?

The fees are based on the size of the transactions and have nothing to do with the blockchain size. I think the same applies to Etherum. About when we will see the size of the blockchain depends on ...
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eUTXO transaction model Vs Account Based Transaction Model

I am sure there is a lot of documentation around it. But just to scratch the surface: Both are not same at all. ETH fees is charged even for failed transactions. But in eUTXO, your fees is collected ...
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eUTXO transaction model Vs Account Based Transaction Model

The EUTXO model also makes it much easier to scale. Charles talks about that in this great video -- the take-away here is that Cardano will be much easier to scale than Ethereum.
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What are technical differences in smart contract execution on Cardano in comparison to Ethereum?

Feel free to improve! :) technical aspect Cardano Ethereum notes model eUTxO-based account-based see cardano lecture,see question,... smart contract code location not stored on-chain, but shipped ...
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How Cardano is different from Ethereum (2.0)?

I think ETH, no matter how and what it builds will be inferior to Cardano in many ways! Some of the core underlying reasons for that are: ETH is an Account model vs Cardano's Extended UTXO model ETH ...
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What happens to fees when Cardano's chain reaches 1509GB data?

The transaction fee for Ethereum does not rely on the size of the blockchain, but how many transactions there are in a given time. Like I understand it Ethereum uses an auction model for transaction ...
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Is Cardano pushing developers into an Ethereum-type account model?

As I understand it, the SundaeSwap solution is not like ETH account model. The smart contract will temporary store tokens for the address x until the proprietary of this address send the minADA value ...
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Poly Network attack - lessons for Plutus devs?

[In short] "Things can go wrong in any software" is a statement that misses a mammoth fact. The probability of occurrence can vary on an astronomical scale, like the probability of a bug in ...
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Poly Network attack - lessons for Plutus devs?

This is a very broad question but here's what I think regarding this topic. Without any of the benefits of hindsight, are there reasons why the exploit would have been less likely to occur in Plutus ...
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Api for historical USD rates?

Coingecko is what comes to my mind. Checkout https://www.coingecko.com/en/api/documentation -> /coins/{id}/history
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How does the ERC20 converter actually work?

From the IOHK blog post: Bringing ERC20 to Cardano Our ERC20 converter is a tool that will allow issuing organizations and their users to handle ERC20 token migration to Cardano. It is designed for ...
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What are technical differences in smart contract execution on Cardano in comparison to Ethereum?

I'd like to complement @JohannesSirsch answer. One of the most important aspects of any network, when working with smart contracts, is the ability of the script to see the "event horizon": ...
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Is Cardano pushing developers into an Ethereum-type account model?

Short answer, No. Cardano will have the ablity to use Tokens for fees, but that is in the pipe line as we are just getting step 3 done. https://iohk.io/en/blog/posts/2021/02/25/babel-fees/ Cardano is ...
jnprogrammer's user avatar
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What are technical differences in smart contract execution on Cardano in comparison to Ethereum?

This video lecture in the Plutus Pioneers Program explains it https://youtu.be/igV7kMXcdpw
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How does the ERC20 converter actually work?

The answer is EVM. Ethereum Virtual Machine. You should definitely look into how they work. It works the same way centralized exchanges like Binance and CryptoCom work. The coins value is ...
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Are there any plans to have a bridge between the Cardano and Cosmos blockchains?

The Cosmos Blockchain and Atom token are not based on ERC-20, they support their transfer, so there is no prospect that the Cardano ERC-20 converter could be used directly. No mention has been made of ...
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Cardano-Ethereum Bridge

This won't be possible, because Solidy and Plutus are both different languages and even the blockchain accounting system is different on both platforms. There might be a side chain running KEVM in the ...
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How Cardano is different from Ethereum (2.0)?

The staking experience for the end user is completely different as well. Staking on Cardano is a well thought out and planned activity, rather than an after thought of patched together services. So ...
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