Recap In part one I outlined the idea for a Tennis Manager simulation game on the Ethereum Blockchain. I created the ERC721 Token and the TrainableTennisPlayer contract which enables owners to increase their player stats by training or resting. Part…
ENS stands for Ethereum Name Service, which is a decentralized naming service built atop Ethereum.
In part one, I outlined the idea for a Tennis Manager simulation game on the Ethereum Blockchain. I created the ERC721 Token and the TrainableTennisPlayer contract which enables owners to increase their player stats by training or resting. Since that article, I’ve written some unit tests and made a few small changes to those contracts. Events have been added to TrainableTennisPlayer to emit when players are trained or rested. Some utility functions that were initially written in TrainableTennisPlayer have been moved to the TennisPlayerBase.
I recently wrote an article on ERC721 tokens. To demonstrate their use, I used the example of a Pokemon-like game. It got me thinking of some of the games I couldn’t get enough of as a kid. The hours I…
“Provable”, formerly known as “Oraclize”, is a service known as an ‘oracle’, built specifically to address this problem. An oracle acts as a relay by aggregating data from external sources such as random number generators, price tickers & computational engines. Once the data is collected, the oracle feeds it into a smart contract.
You sure must have heard of Ethreum. It is the second most popular and valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin based on market cap. Ethereum has been around since 2013 and has initiated the blockchain 2.0 revolution by introducing smart contracts. In this article, we will try to understand how Ethereum mining works.
To build applications on Blockchains such as Ethereum or Bitcoin, you need to have a running Node to access the blockchain. But these nodes are difficult to manage and require a dedicated device and resources. In this article, we will review QuikNode, a node-as-a-service provider.
DeFi is the domain of financial services built using decentralized technologies. These services are financial primates, such as lending, borrowing, swap, trading, asset management, etc.
Let’s say you’re executing a lot of Ethereum transactions, some manually and some scripted. When the dust settles, you need to make sure that everything went perfectly because a lot is riding on it. What’s the best way to satisfy yourself that it all went down as planned?
In this article, we will compare Bitcoin versus Ehtereum and how they will fit in an alternate finance infrastructure or Defi.