Ethereum Smart Contract SelfDestruct, Destroys Your Contract

Ethereum Solidity code is used for writing smart contracts in Ethereum and a feature is called SelfDestruct. This is basically a function, that has existed in the Ethereum protocol since 2013. We are diving into Self Destruct and the problems with it. What does Self Destruct do? Self Destruct is written as SelfDestruct in the […]

Ethereum Smart Contract Preventing Other Solidity Contracts From Hacking You

An Ethereum Smart Contract is written in Solidity, and has many built in-security features. In this article we are discussing a security feature, which is a specific Ethereum modifier that stops people from writing another smart contract that can interact with yours. What is an Ethereum modifier? It is in layman terms, built-in functions you […]