What Algorithm Does Ethereum Use?

A browser provides a client that can be used by anyone to browse the Internet. The user-provided address is called an “URI” (user agent) so the browser creates one to access the URI type. This is extended to support any other network protocol including HTTP, FTP, telnet, etc… If you use the Web Browser Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer then it will work with any URI without having to know anything about Ethereum. It doesn’t care what kind of data was sent to your computer nor does it keep track of who has accessed which URIs. The only thing that both browsers do is translate computer code into human language for humans to read and understand like this: GET /hifi/catchthebug3catchthebug?secret=12345&code=0x12345678 (local script) To make this easier other systems started using other methods like DNS Lookups instead of IP addresses for URIs making IP addresses obsolete even Ipv4(Ethernet), IPv6(ethereum). When browsing over http://127.0.0.1:8080 (IPv4 (Ethernet)) , https://localhost:3000/hpmpu/hpmpu?secret=simon *HoverPointer?gridname=hpmpu

How do I set up a local node on Windows 10?

This problem was solved in July 2016 when we added text related help files with links