Smart contracts are self-executing contracts that live on the blockchain. They can be used to transfer money, property, or shares from one party to another without going through a middleman. Contracts are developed using a programming language specifically optimized for the blockchain.
Smart Contracts are a form of technology that is used within the Ethereum blockchain to enable users to create their own token or currency. Smart contracts can also be used for other purposes such as voting, logistics management, and even digital wills. The following list contains articles and guides about smart contracts and how they work on the Ethereum blockchain: