Officer_CIA X MaxWayld: Content Overview

Greetings dear readers! Today I present to your attention an article written by my good friend Max — in it he made a review of more than a year of my Twitter activity.

As you know I often post just interesting tools that I find on the web and they are not part of my articles because I try to include only my own content there. This is the first collection and review of the best stuff from my tweets!

I promise you’ll find interesting tools, research and other stuff there, including a review of what we think is the best research from Arxiv! I suggest you go through the whole list carefully — I’m sure you’ll find a couple of interesting links, whether you’re a developer, a regular user, a novice or an old-timer!

Enjoy reading! You will find even more interesting links in the original article, I did a double check and included only what I found most interesting!

I — Crypto

1. The largest collection of material on solidity. Running through this article is a masthead task for every coder.

2. A voluminous summary of more than 300 articles, books, and research on crypto. Link:

3. A repository with a huge list of resources on crypto and finance. Link:

4. 200+ tools and materials for ethereum developers (both beginners and experienced) Link:

5. A fun free platform for learning modern cryptography. Link:

6. A repository on resources that are designed to make you a white-hat smart contract hacker. Link:

7. Resources with a web3 summary. On each of them you can find many guides, tools, and… anything you can find there:

8. All the best and most popular for diving into web3: guides, courses, books, coding practice sites, videos and tools. Link:

9. Good curated lists of solidity study materials:

10. A Blockchain Onboarding table that covers everything you need to learn: bridges, DApps, tools, wallets, and charting platforms. Link:

11. 29336 characters that have been very gently and qualitatively packaged into one big article, with the sole purpose of making you a full-stack developer on solana. Link:

12. An article that takes you by the handle, walks you through the web3 world, and puts a bunch of links and guides in that handle. Link:

13. A selection of important research, tools, and guides for developers. Link:

14. Learn to program more slowly. Link:

15. How to create your own Web3 link tree? Link:

16. The main sites through which you can learn programming languages for free:

17. A great thread on how to become a web3 hacker with Rust. Link:

18. Separately, I’ll duplicate 2 important links from that work: Rust Book:

19. Rust Playlist:

20. A list of materials that will allow you to either audit or hack something in blockchain:

21. An article that tells you why this topic is so important: (a great read, by the way)

22. An extensive step-by-step guide on how to fully understand blockchain security:

23. A list of tools that… well… they’re needed to help you if you’re already dead:

24. A very high quality and comprehensive collection of web3 resources for coders and devs. All the links were collected by Francesco, who did his own Challenge in which he learns dev stuff from the web3 world for 100 days. Link:

25. A list of popular and open problems in the DeFi-sphere. Link:

26. A selection of Officer’s favorite anime!

  • Hunter x Hunter
  • Stein’s Gate.
  • Lane’s Experiments.
  • Ergo Proxy
  • Trigun

27. Materials about DAOs and their management:

28. A read for those in full-time crypto; how to know when to stop, system imbalance, how not to burn out, etc. Link:

29. An article with tools for Rug checks:

A few more tools in addition to the article:

30. List of articles about cold wallet attacks and methods of protection against it:

31. 3 very high quality roadmaps for web developers.

32. 4 academic studies about security — tools for analyzing smart contracts, finding vulnerabilities and protection:

33. In addition to this topic:

34. A list of studies about DAOs and their effective management.

35. The best materials on EVM:

1. EVM-Codes is one of the most valuable resources on EVM. It contains lists of all opcodes, descriptions of them, and a site where you can see how they work:

2. The 13th chapter of Ethereum Book, which is entirely dedicated to EVM:

3. A basic and uncomplicated overview of EVM by FemboyCapital:

4. An Extremely good presentation that explains everything about EVM in 116 slides, in plain language and with lots of pictures:

5. An EVM guide along with mathematical formulas for 1000+ IQ Holders:

6. This basic and easy-to-read EVM implementation will be useful if you prefer to dive into codebases:

7. Another proven way to master EVM is to write an EVM assembler. Here are a few of my favorite assembly language “languages”:




8. Finally there is a nice 50 minute video which also gives you a basic knowledge of EVM:

III — Tips:

1. How do you gather tons of material around you and memorize so much information? Use Obsidian and StartMe!

2. Read my article

3. Also, some working tools that make life easier:

IV — Arxiv: Overview

Check out my Library:

Also, here is a study by Arxiv on how to read and parse Arxiv studies :) — &

Also x2, here’s a handy checklist for anyone who wants to contribute to Arxiv:

1. An Empirical Study of Blockchain Repositories in GitHub:

2. Investigating Transactions in Cryptocurrencies:

3. 100+ Metrics for Software Startups — A Multi-Vocal Literature Review:

4. How rarity shapes the NFT market:

5. Blockchain is Watching You: Profiling and Deanonymizing Ethereum Users:

6. The Perception of Filipinos on the Advent of Cryptocurrency and Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Games:

7. What’s in Your Wallet? Privacy and Security Issues in Web 3.0:

8. A Survey on Metaverse: Fundamentals, Security, and Privacy:

9. A Survey of Security Vulnerabilities in Ethereum Smart Contracts:

10. BLOCKEYE: Hunting For DeFi Attacks on Blockchain:

11. Flash Crash for Cash: Cyber Threats in Decentralized Finance:

12. Revisiting the Properties of Money:

13. Tracking the circulation routes of fresh coins in Bitcoin: A way of identifying coin miners with transaction network structural properties:

14. Decentralized Governance of Stablecoins with Option Pricing:

15. A Survey of Smart Contract Formal Specification and Verification:

16. A Survey of Verification, Validation and Testing Solutions for Smart Contracts:

17. SmartBugs: A Framework to Analyze Solidity Smart Contracts:

18. Attacking the DeFi Ecosystem with Flash Loans for Fun and Profit:

19. Governing Decentralized Complex Queries Through a DAO:

20. Collective intelligence and the blockchain: Technology, communities and social experiments:

21. A Decision Model for Decentralized Autonomous Organization Platform Selection: Three Industry Case Studies:

22. From Technology to Society: An Overview of Blockchain-based DAO:

23. How Decentralized is the Governance of Blockchain-Based Finance?:

24. A Systematic Literature Review on Blockchain Governance:

25. FASTEN: Fair and Secure Distributed Voting Using Smart Contracts:

26. Always on Voting: A Framework for Repetitive Voting on the Blockchain:

27. Multi-Layered Blockchain Governance Game:

28. Tokenising behaviour change: optimising blockchain technology for sustainable transport interventions:

29. The Bisq DAO: On the Privacy Cost of Participation:

30. SoK: Decentralized Finance (DeFi):

31. [Invited Talk] Building a Disaster-resilient Storage Layer for Next Generation Networks: The Role of Redundancy:

32. Formalizing Oracle Trust Models for Blockchain-Based Business Applications. An Example from The Supply Chain Sector:

33. Staking Pools on Blockchains:

34. Blockchain as privacy and security solution for smart environments: A Survey:

35. Secure Decentralized Online Gaming with Lending Functionalities:

36. A Pattern Collection for Blockchain Governance:

37. Translation Certification for Smart Contracts:

38. Practical Mitigation of Smart Contract Bugs:

39. EthClipper: A Clipboard Meddling Attack on Hardware Wallets with Address Verification Evasion:

40. Web3: A Decentralized Societal Infrastructure for Identity, Trust, Money, and Data:

41. Block-STM: Scaling Blockchain Execution by Turning Ordering Curse to a Performance Blessing:

42. Formalising Decentralised Exchanges in Coq:

43. Blockchain Framework for Artificial Intelligence Computation:

44. Artificial Intelligence for the Metaverse: A Survey:

45. Monitoring Data Requests in Decentralized Data Storage Systems: A Case Study of IPFS:

46. A Survey of Layer-Two Blockchain Protocols:

47. A Fly in the Ointment: An Empirical Study on the Characteristics of Ethereum Smart Contracts Code Weaknesses and Vulnerabilities:

48. ScrawlD: A Dataset of Real World Ethereum Smart Contracts Labelled with Vulnerabilities:

49. Bribes to Miners: Evidence from Ethereum:

50. An Effective Framework of Private Ethereum Blockchain Networks for Smart Grid:

51. Yields: The Gal´apagos Syndrome Of Cryptofinance:

52. Gas Gauge: A Security Analysis Tool for Smart Contract Out-of-Gas Vulnerabilities:

53. Dynamic Transaction Storage Strategies for a Sustainable Blockchain:

54. Frontrunner Jones and the Raiders of the Dark Forest: An Empirical Study of Frontrunning on the Ethereum Blockchain:

55. A Review of zk-SNARKs:

56. How Do Smart Contracts Benefit Security Protocols:

57. Analysis of the homogeneity and heterogeneity of cryptocurrency:

58. Light Clients for Lazy Blockchains:

59. SoK: Oracles from the Ground Truth to Market Manipulation:

60. Foundational Oracle Patterns: Connecting Blockchain to the Off-chain World:

61. A First Look into DeFi Oracles:

62. Extracting Godl [sic] from the Salt Mines: Ethereum Miners Extracting Value:

63. Measuring Miner Decentralization in Proof-of-Work Blockchains:

64. Blockchain and Cryptocurrency in Human Computer Interaction: A Systematic Literature Review and Research Agenda:

65. Hawkes Process Modeling of Block Arrivals in Bitcoin Blockchain:

66. Shades of Finality and Layer 2 Scaling:

67. Understanding the Unstable Convergence of Gradient Descent:

68. SoK: Blockchain Governance:

69. Decentralization illusion in DeFi: Evidence from MakerDAO:

70. The role of Blockchain in DDoS attacks mitigation: techniques, open challenges and future directions:

71. Bridging Sapling: Private Cross-Chain Transfers:

72. Blockchain Meets AI for Resilient and Intelligent Internet of Vehicles:

73. When Blockchain Meets AI: Optimal Mining Strategy Achieved By Machine Learning:

74. Fusing Blockchain and AI with Metaverse: a Survey:

75. A Full Dive into Realizing the Edge-enabled Metaverse: Visions, Enabling Technologies, and Challenges:

76. Exploring Security Practices of Smart Contract Developers:

77. An Overview of Modest Models and Tools for Real Stochastic Timed Systems:

78. The…Tinderverse?: Opportunities and Challenges for User Safety in Extended Reality (XR) Dating Apps:

79. Social Media Sentiment Analysis for Cryptocurrency Market Prediction:

80. Reentrancy Vulnerability Identification in Ethereum Smart Contracts:

81. TweetBoost: Influence of Social Media on NFT Valuation:

82. ElectAnon: A Blockchain-Based, Anonymous, Robust and Scalable Ranked-Choice Voting Protocol:

83. The Energy Footprint of Blockchain Consensus Mechanisms Beyond Proof-of-Work:

84. The return of (I)DeFiX:

85. FIRST: FrontrunnIng Resilient Smart ConTracts:

86. Recordism: A social-scientific prospect of blockchain from social, legal, financial, and technological perspectives:

87. Is this the simplest (and most surprising) sorting algorithm ever?:

88. Temporal Analysis of Transaction Ego Networks with Different Labels on Ethereum:

89. On the Correctness of Speculative Consensus:

90. Quantum Prudent Contracts with Applications to Bitcoin:

91. TTAGN: Temporal Transaction Aggregation Graph Network for Ethereum Phishing Scams Detection:

92. Methodology and Analysis of Smart Contracts in Blockchain-Based International Trade Application:

93. Blockchain for Economically Sustainable Wireless Mesh Networks:

94. Why and How zk-SNARK Works: Definitive Explanation:

95. Understanding Security Issues in the NFT Ecosystem:

96. Blockchain-Oriented Software Variant Forks: A Preliminary Study:

97. Reliable Distributed Computing for Metaverse: A Hierarchical Game-Theoretic Approach:

98. Quantifying Blockchain Extractable Value: How dark is the forest?:

99. Flash Boys 2.0: Frontrunning, Transaction Reordering, and Consensus Instability in Decentralized Exchanges:

100. A Survey on Blockchain Interoperability: Past, Present, and Future Trends:

101. Scaling Bockchain with Adaptivity:

102. Consensus on Demand:

103. Extorsionware: Exploiting Smart Contract Vulnerabilities for Fun and Profit:

104. Reputation-based PoS for the Restriction of Illicit Activities on Blockchain: Algorand Usecase:

105. SoK: Preventing Transaction Reordering Manipulations in Decentralized Finance:

106. A Multivariate Hawkes Process Model for Stablecoin-Cryptocurrency Depegging Event Dynamics:

107. Security Analysis of DeFi: Vulnerabilities, Attacks and Advances:

108. Blockchain Application Development Using Model-Driven Engineering and Low-Code Platforms: A Survey:

109. SoK: Decentralized Exchanges (DEX) with Automated Market Maker (AMM) Protocols:

110. Analysis of a blockchain protocol based on LDPC codes:

111. Quick Order Fairness:

112. Blockchain as an Enabler for Transfer Learning in Smart Environments:

113. A Weak Consensus Algorithm and Its Application to High-Performance Blockchain:

114. Matrix Syncer — A Multi-chain Data Aggregator For Supporting Blockchain-based Metaverses:

115. Babel Fees via Limited Liabilities:

116. Optimal Routing for Constant Function Market Makers:

117. Securing Music Sharing Platforms: A Blockchain-Based Approach:

118. Identifying Security Risks in NFT Platforms:

119. Lessons Learned from Blockchain Applications of Trusted Execution Environments and Implications for Future Research:

120. Price formation in financial markets: a game-theoretic perspective:

121. Differential Liquidity Provision in Uniswap v3 and Implications for Contract Design:

122. Automated Test-Case Generation for Solidity Smart Contracts: the AGSolT Framework and its Evaluation:

123. SoK: Decentralized Randomness Beacon Protocols:

124. DoS Attacks on Blockchain Ecosystem:

125. 00:

126. Black holes and cryptocurrencies:

127. ZK-SecreC: a Domain-Specific Language for Zero-Knowledge Proofs:

128. Experimental Relativistic Zero-Knowledge Proofs:

129. Phishing Fraud Detection on Ethereum using Graph Neural Network:

130. Basilic: Resilient Optimal Consensus Protocols With Benign and Deceitful Faults:

131. Bodyless Block Propagation: TPS Fully Scalable Blockchain with Pre-Validation:

132. Heterogeneous Feature Augmentation for Ponzi Detection in Ethereum:

133. Transaction Fees on a Honeymoon: Ethereum’s EIP-1559 One Month Later:

134. Toward Understanding the Use of Centralized Exchanges for DecentralizedCryptocurrency:

135. Optimal Routing for Constant Function Market Makers:

136. Digging into Primary Financial Market: Challenges and Opportunities of Adopting Blockchain:

137. Using SGX for Meta-Transactions Support in Ethereum DApps: Also:

138. Block Hunter: Federated Learning for Cyber Threat Hunting in Blockchain-based IIoT Networks:

139. IPFS and Friends: A Qualitative Comparison of Next Generation Peer-to-Peer Data Networks:

140. Quantum-Secured Space-Air-Ground Integrated Networks: Concept, Framework, and Case Study:

141. Facing the Illusion and Reality of Safety in Social VR:

142. SoK: Yield Aggregators in DeFi:

143. Blockchain in a nutshell:

144. Towards Situational Aware Cyber-Physical Systems: A Security-Enhancing Use Case of Blockchain-based Digital Twins:

145. Towards Trusted and Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems: A Security-by-Design Approach:

146. Implementation of an efficient, portable and platform-agnostic cryptocurrency mining algorithm for Internet of Things devices:

147. A Secure File Sharing System Based on IPFS and Blockchain:

148. Less is More: Fairness in Wide-Area Proof-of-Work Blockchain Networks:

149. Information Dispersal with Provable Retrievability for Rollups:

150. Crypto Pump and Dump Detection via Deep Learning Techniques:

151. Digital Enablers Of Construction Project Governance:

152. From Trade-only to Zero-Value NFTs: The Asset Proxy NFT Paradigm in Web3:

153. The Multi-Billion Dollar Software Supply Chain of Ethereum:

154. Ethereum Fraud Detection with Heterogeneous Graph Neural Networks:

155. Estimating Patch Propagation Times across (Blockchain) Forks:

156. Toward Timed-Release EncryptioninWeb3–An Efficient Dual-Purpose Proof-of-WorkConsensus Fanghao Yang, Member, IEEE, Xingqiu Yuan:

V — Here is a retrospective of my best articles:

You can also track my work entirely at my page:

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2. Mirror’s Special:

3. Telegram’s Special:

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