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.