Reef Finance is a very promising Substrate Project within Polkadot Ecosystem which already has some interoperability with Ethereum EVM - yes, you can upload smart contracts and execute them for Reef. However buying actual native Reef will require some tweaking... You can't just buy native Reef token. You can purchase
Polkadot: create your first Rust Substrate smart contract, upload it and interact with it 🚀 [Video]From template to decentralised app using Substrate !ink smart contracts. #Polkadot #SubstrateDEV CommunityNick Shulhin🔥Persistent store with VueJS, VueX and VueX Persisted State 🔥Let’s make our VueJS web app store things locally, in a
DotViewPolkadot viewer app | Polk4.netChrome Web StoreReasoning for this plugin was simply to create a very dummy watch-only bookmark-address keeper with balances. You can import as many addresses you want to check a balance of each at glance. There is no transfer functionality, and a completely bare minimum. If you
Check out the new substrate !ink contract template I recently created for those who are interested in smart contract development for future Polkadot/Kusama projects. I also created a full video tutorial on how to interact with Canvas node using Parity Canvas UI, uploading to YouTube at this moment -&
No, seriously. I've been talking about it for some time, but here we go again: If your project requires substantial codebase, test coverage, complexity + expected to live for over a year - I would skip Lambdas (or any other serverless-tightened approach) 100%. The main reason is being dependant on framework.
I've been always aware of Rust language, however never invested enough time until had to try !ink smart contracts for Polkadot... which are written on Rust. Honestly, I didn't expect such a good personal vibe towards the language. https://doc.rust-lang.org/book is a situation when a human-readable guideline