Simple Way To Wrap/UnWrap WETC

This simple UI will help user Wrapping (deposit ETC to receive WETC token) or Unwrapping WETC (withdraw ETC by burn WETC token). In the future, the interface may support others ERC-777 and ERC-20 action like transfer, approve… For WETC contracts, go here Usage Go to https://bakaoh.com/WrappedETC/ Install and config Metamask to Kotti testnet Unlock Metamask, you will see Network: Kotti at the upper right corner Enter the amount to deposit and hit Wrap

An Introduction to Monkey D. App

In the previous Gitcoin hackathon, i took part in a Matic challenge to Enable A Set Of Decentralized Protocols On The Matic Network. That’s a good chance to get a better look at these well-known protocols. These are the problems i encounter when working on the challenge: Uniswap uses Vyper which i’m not familiar with. KyberSwap contracts uses many different Solc version. 0x has two major versions. bZx is dependent on 0x (both version) and Kyber addresses.

Deploying BZx on the Matic testnet

Matic Network is a sidechain based scaling solution for public blockchains. It is based on an adapted implementation of Plasma framework. Matic provides scalability while ensuring a superior user experience in a secured and decentralized manner. BZx is a protocol for next generation (b)0x-standard relays. This guide will take you through: Deploying BZx contracts on Matic testnet Updating BZx portal to work with these contracts Deploying the portal to webserver Deploy BZx contracts Clone bZx-monorepo repository and checkout master branch, install node dependencies

Deploying Kyber on the Matic testnet

Matic Network is a sidechain based scaling solution for public blockchains. It is based on an adapted implementation of Plasma framework. Matic provides scalability while ensuring a superior user experience in a secured and decentralized manner. Kyber Network is an on-chain liquidity protocol that aggregates liquidity from a wide range of reserves, powering instant and secure token exchange in any decentralized application. This guide will take you through: Deploying Kyber contracts on Matic testnet Updating KyberSwap frontend to work with these contracts Deploying the frontend to IPFS Pre-requisite Our migrate project using package aliases, we will need npm v6.

Deploying 0x on the Matic testnet

Matic Network is a sidechain based scaling solution for public blockchains. It is based on an adapted implementation of Plasma framework. Matic provides scalability while ensuring a superior user experience in a secured and decentralized manner. 0x is an open protocol that facilitates trustless, low friction exchange of Ethereum-based assets. This guide will take you through: Deploying 0x contracts on Matic testnet Starting an exchange on Matic testnet using 0x-launch-kit Pre-requisite You need system-wide installations of

Deploying Augur on the Matic testnet

Matic Network is a sidechain based scaling solution for public blockchains. It is based on an adapted implementation of Plasma framework. Matic provides scalability while ensuring a superior user experience in a secured and decentralized manner. Augur is a decentralized oracle and peer to peer protocol for prediction markets. This guide will take you through: Deploying Augur contracts on Matic testnet Updating the latest frontend of Augur to use these contracts TL;DR You can find all the changes in this commit

Deploying Uniswap on the Matic testnet

Matic Network is a sidechain based scaling solution for public blockchains. It is based on an adapted implementation of Plasma framework. Matic provides scalability while ensuring a superior user experience in a secured and decentralized manner. Uniswap is a protocol for automated token exchange on Ethereum. This guide will take you through: Deploying Uniswap contracts on Matic testnet Updating the latest frontend of Uniswap to use these contracts Deploying the frontend to Github Pages Pre-requisite You will need to have Metamask installed on your browser and be logged in to Metamask.

Building a Status Keycard simulator

After winning the first place in this, i was really excited to see what comes next Gitcoin hackathon. Looking thought the challenge list, there’s one that catch my eye: Create A New SDK Or Development Tool Facilitating Integration Of Keycard The reasons are: It comes from status-im, i always learn so much from their codebase (and 10% of my portfolio is in SNT). I never worked with Smartcard/Javacard or NFC before.

Learn technical analysis by building my trading bot (part 1)

I bought my first Bitcoin two years ago when it was around $3000 and has keep trading everyday since then. I love trading, it’s exciting to wake up in the morning and check my balance. Everything is not going well, i burned out my account several times and never learned a thing. I’m still having fun while trading but it’s like an expensive hobby but not a business… It’s time to get serious.