Smart Contract

The Blockchain Technology That Will Disrupt Third Parties

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Smart Contract Attacks

Smart contracts can handle large numbers of virtual coins worth hundreds of dollars apiece, easily making financial incentives high enough to attract adversaries. Unlike traditional distributed application platforms, smart contract platforms such as Ethereum operate in open (or permission-less) networks into which arbitrary participants can join. Thus, their execution is vulnerable to manipulation by random adversaries—a threat that is restricted to accidental failures in traditional permissioned networks such as centralized cloud services.

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