The Ethereum community powers this platform to make it a reliable source of information needed by new investors and people interested in using the Ethereum blockchain’s features.
Here, you will find information about several protocols on the blockchain, such as creating and managing smart contracts, general blockchain procedures, and distributed storage options for cryptocurrency. Also, you can learn more about new and existing services created to manage content distribution.
See also our Bitcoin Fundamentals Guide
Complaints and Resolution Procedures
All users are allowed to make contributions on the platform. However, you will need to add a text explaining why you decided to make the changes. It is important to write the reasons why you make changes to avoid discrepancies in the future.
You can make suggestions using the “edit on GitHub feature on the top right corner of the screen.
Also, you request resolutions for technical problems you may experience on the platform. The right way to go about this is by entering your query in the room chat of the project in question. We have made provisions for resolving issues related to application errors, malfunctioning tools, or problematic clients.
Guidelines for Contribution
At the moment, we are in the process of creating these pages in other languages to reach a wider audience
Any member of the community can contribute if you find information that adds value or needs to be updated.
However, you may need to know how to edit Wiki pages because it is the same process. The rules for contribution are not quite strict.
- Ensure the information you are adding is accurate and updated
- Proofread the content to remove spelling and grammar errors
- Ensure you have properly added the right references
- Write content that is easy to understand
- Maintain an unbiased position
Overall, we encourage everyone to update the page with relevant information that visitors will find helpful.
CC0 license 1 for Contributors
The community space is public. Therefore, it is essential to state that all contributors are bound by the CC01 license. That is to say, contributors do not have any copyright privileges after posting on the page. Following this agreement, we are establishing a community where information about Ethereum can be freely distributed to the public.
Every contributor who accepts these terms should join the list for external contributors performing their duties under the CC01 license agreement.
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