Should Smart Contracts be Non-Turing Complete?by@noprofile
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Should Smart Contracts be Non-Turing Complete?

July 15th 2019
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by @noprofile 4,019 reads
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A paper from the Computer Science Institute at the University of Applied Science Ruhr West, in Germany, analyzed 53,575 smart contracts and analyzed the type coding flow within each type of coding. The paper identified the flow flow in each of these contracts because they were coded in Solidity. Solidity is a programming language that has security flaws that exist because it is a language that can be hacked to avoid the possibility of attacks. We’ll discuss Turing completeness, evaluate its usefulness in regard to smart contracts, and look at alternatives.

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