Transaction spamming, or Tx spamming, is one of the persistent security attacks on these high performance blockchains that can wreak havoc for extended periods of time. The attackers might or might not gain any financial benefit, but can certainly make everybody’s life quite miserable at relatively low cost.

In this article, we define what is transaction spamming, how to detect it, and how to deal with it. Recent examples from 4 leading projects were studied, as well as a best practice is summarized.

How to build the most secure and private messaging app Introduction There is much news and buzz about Web 3.0, but the concept seems to be quite vague or complicated. One impression of Web 3.0 is that it will replace the current Internet, but exactly how is not clear for many people . There are […]

2021 has been a breakthrough year for NKN, and we rode the surging wave of crypto to new heights. We grew our market capitalization faster than the overall industry, greatly expanded our network to over 100,000 nodes and increased our lead as the largest blockchain network in the world. We successfully accelerated the adoption of our nConnect and nMobile products to even more markets and wider audiences. And we are well on our way to delivering the ultimate decentralized, serverless, secure and fast Web 3.0 networking infrastructure.

Supporting talented developers, designers and technical writers to the future of Web 3.0 and open source development, NKN is proud to announce our sponsorship to Gitcoin’s Grants Round 11 (GR11) Hackathon from September 8th to september 29th, 2021. And hint: you don’t need blockchain or solidity/WebAssembly experience to participate in our bounties. Designers, technical writers and tinkerers can also find their bounties of interest, so please keep reading.

What are the opportunities and challenges of building Web 3.0 applications? How can we enable non-blockchain developers? How can decentralized infrastructure enable a wide range of use cases from wikipedia, home security, PPE exchange, secure chat, AI, all the way to longevity of NFT?

On April 27th 2021, NKN successfully hosted the second Web 3.0 Tech Talk – Apps & Devs. We were joined by CTOs and tech leads from Bluzelle, IoTeX, IPFS, NKN, STORJ, and TAXA. These industry veterans share their experience and insights into these curious questions over a 90 minutes of lively presentation and panel Q&A with the audience.

Just in time for the holiday season, NKN foundation is pleased to announce Surge as the winner of our special award of the year 2020! The community developer team @rule110, who built Surge, will receive an award of 2 million NKN tokens. This year was very tough for every one of us but at least we can rejoice in the timely launch of the most significant and ambitious web 3.0 application ever built on top of NKN network and blockchain to date!