NFT tokens template for Aeternity
Recently I completed a bounty listed by Aeternity Blockchain. I created these templates for beginners to start making custom smart contract logic in Sophia programming language on Ae Studio.
In this post, I will create a blockchain using an example template with the Substrate framework. It will be a substrate create your first chain guide ported to a free cloud development service called Okteto for cloud-native development and testing of our blockchain, which means no local environment setup needed. No need to set up different rust environments locally(releases, versions) or need to have another nodejs installation (versions) to create on this amazing technology.
Substrate is a very flexible framework to create blockchains with defining custom logic for their needs Like storage, consensus, Transaction handling, etc. …
Sedo network was my hackathon project which creates a domain offering marketplace on Ethereum blockchain [Work in progress].
It is based on the idea to register a top-level domain anywhere with any registrar and later verify and park that domain on the Ethereum blockchain where you can choose to sell it or buy already on sale domains.
To work on the example for this tutorial, I would like to choose one of the modules from its verification process. Which is easy to implement in the range of this tutorial.
I was wondering about other Oracle technologies and I stumbled across Aeternity which is a blockchain technology on its own with many inbuilt features that Ethereum now requires third parties to handle them for its own Technology. Ethereum is a good blockchain and with its current developed protocols migrating to Layer 2 that adds up more user-friendliness to it. While Ethereum Uses Solidity (Programming Language) For its Virtual Machines called EVM, Aeternity Uses Sophia (Programming Language) for its own Virtual Machines called FATE.
One of the main features of Aeternity blockchain is it’s Native Oracle Support. Native oracle…
I am developing three projects which are very similar in their mechanics but require different implementation for each of them. Because they are different products for different use cases.
Keybase.us will be a website for users to send/transfer Ethereum native tokens or other Erc20 tokens through social media platforms, Like Twitter for e.g.
Deployed Instance On Kovan (19 days ago from today)
How It Works
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To start we need Okteto cloud account that you can get if you have a GitHub account and their free tier provide more than enough resources required to run a single Chainlink Node.
Go to https://cloud.okteto.com/ then click Deploy
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