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Interacting with Geth   The Go implementation of Ethereum
 
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to work with Geth and Mist in order to interact with Ethereum Blockchain. Related links: https://extremesetup.com/ https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Installing-Geth https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Managing-your-accounts https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/10681/what-are-ipc-and-rpc https://www.rinkeby.io/#stats
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Ethereum - Getting started with Geth
 
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Getting started with Ethereums Geth
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2 How to create a local private multi-node Ethereum network (geth console)  - Ethereum from scratch:
 
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Part two of my hands on tutorial series on Ethereum. In the first video we installed Geth - in this one we actually get our hands dirty and start using it. We are just creating a private local ethereal network - with two nodes - I show how to initialise a new blockchain from a sample genesis block, how to start the javascript console and some basic commands to get you started. I start a miner, show the block height increasing and that the blockchain is being communicated across both separate nodes. This is intended to be a very hands on tutorial so please follow along. ______________________________________________________________ Here is the script from the session. NOTE angle brackets i.e. the GREATER THAN SYMBOL are not allowed in the description so I've replaced with &gt - you need to replace with the GREATER THAN symbol when running the command 0. Set up the environment cd ~ mkdir ethereum echo 'export ethereum_home=/Users/mattthomas/ethereum' (double right arrow) ~/.bash_profile ~/.bash_profile cd ethereum vi $ethereum_home/genesis.json (pasre this with cmd v in edit mode) { "nonce": "0x0000000000000042", "timestamp": "0x0", "parentHash": "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000", "extraData": "0x0", "gasLimit": "0x8000000", "difficulty": "0x400", "mixhash": "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000", "coinbase": "0x3333333333333333333333333333333333333333", "alloc": { } } Save with esc !wq 1. initialise the block geth --datadir "$ethereum_home/youtube1" init "$ethereum_home/genesis.json" 2. start the console geth --datadir "$ethereum_home/chain5" console 2 &gt console.log 3.create a 2nd node geth --datadir "$ethereum_home/youtube1-a" init "$ethereum_home/genesis.json" 4. Start on a different port and specify networkid geth --datadir "$ethereum_home/youtube1-a" --port 30304 --nodiscover --networkid 1234 console 2 &gt console.log 5. get the admin.nodeInfo enode from the second instance and copy it into admin.addPeer in the first node 6. Restart specifying IPC path geth --datadir "$ethereum_home/youtube1-a" --port 30304 --nodiscover --ipcpath "$ethereum_home/youtube1-a/geth.ipc" --networkid 1234 console 2 &gt console.log 7 run get attach to attach another window to the node using the pic file geth attach ipc:$ethereum_home/youtube1-a/geth.ipc 8 Key commands from the javascript console Personal.newAccount() (add password) Miner.start(1) - start mining eth.blockNumber - current block height eth.getBlock(number).miner - miner of block at that number eth.getBalance(account address) - current balance of that account
Views: 33712 Matt Thomas
Intro To Geth: Create Your Private Ethereum Blockchain - in 5 mins
 
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Welcome to this introduction to Geth. In this video, we will learn about Geth, which is the most popular client for the Ethereum blockchain app platform. We will also learn how to download, install and configure Geth. Finally, we will learn to create an Ethereum account using Geth. Let’s start with a quick overview of Geth. Geth is the C L I or command line interface for running a full Ethereum node. It is implemented in the Go programming language, but does not require its users to have proficiency in Go. It is free to download and install. Geth supports most major operating systems. In this video, we will focus on the Windows version of Geth. Now let’s look at what Geth can do. Geth can be overwhelming due to its long list of commands, but for now we will focus on three key use cases. First, Geth is used to mine, in other words, to create blocks that are published to the Ethereum blockchain. The miner receives Ethereum currency or “Ether” as a reward for doing so. Secondly, Geth is used to create and manage Ethereum accounts. Accounts can store Ether. Geth also lets you transfer Ether between accounts . This transfer of Ether between accounts is known as a transaction. Lastly , Geth is used to create contracts. Contracts can receive transfers just like regular accounts. However, they can also receive more complicated transactions that run code, and optionally, update the state of the contract. In this series of videos, we will build a simple contract using Geth. Note that we will not be mining any real Ether currency in this video. We’ll need to do a couple of things before we can dive into Geth. First, download and install Geth by going to the download page on the Ethereum site. Choose the Windows 64-bit installer for version 1.5.6, which should work on most modern Windows systems. Run the installer like you would any other installer. Next, we’ve created some helper scripts to make learning Geth easy. Head over to the github URL that you see here. Click the green "clone or download" button, and select "Download zip". Unzip the zip file that is downloaded. You should see a folder called “nugget1”. We will use that folder for our first lab with Geth. Ok, let’s dive into our lab. As a prerequisite, you’ll need to be comfortable using the Windows command line. Some exposure to programming languages is helpful but not required. Now, start the Windows command line. Head into the nugget1 folder. For the purposes of this exercise, we’ll create a private blockchain. Initialize this blockchain with the “genesis block” or first block. Use the helper script genesis to do so. Now that the blockchain has been initialized, let’s create our first account. We will use the Javascript console that comes with Geth. Start this console using the helper script "console". Once the console is up and running, type “personal.new Account” to create your first account. Provide a password that you can remember. You will be asked to enter it twice. Geth responds with a long hex string that represents your account address. Congratulations! You have created your first Ethereum account on your own private Ethereum network! So let’s recap what we learned today. We learned about the key features of Geth, how to download and install it, how to start a new blockchain, and how to create an account. Stay tuned for the next video in this series! *** Note: Comments were turned off. This channel is built on spare time, and the author was unable to answer Ethereum technical questions. Please refer to Ethereum forums to resolve technical issues.
Views: 29281 RocketPrep
2. Deploy Smart Contracts - Geth, Rinkeby & Truffle Tutorial
 
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Views: 8084 Dapp University
1. Deploy Smart Contracts Remix + Ropsten Ethereum Network
 
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Geth communication
 
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Geth is the Go implementation of the Ethereum protocol. This tutorial demonstrates 4 ways to communicate with Geth: - Console mode using the JavaScript Runtime Environment - Script mode using the JavaScript Runtime Environment - Using HTTP (HypertextTransfer Protocol) The geth flags rpcapi, rpccorsdomain and rpc are explained. - Using IPC (Inter Process Communication) using the geth.ipc file. The geth flag ipcdisable is explained. This tutorial also explains what JSON-RPC is. Check out all my other Ethereum related tutorial videos https://goo.gl/eNJVXe Subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/61NFzK The presentation used in this video tutorial can be found at: https://goo.gl/snd1F4 JavaScript Runtime Environment https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/JavaScript-Console JSON RPC API https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/JSON-RPC Management APIs https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Management-APIs Web3.js API https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/JavaScript-API Mobilefish.com: Using web3 API with MetaMask http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/web3api.html #mobilefish #howto #ethereum #geth
Views: 4797 Mobilefish.com
Set up a private Ethereum node on Windows
 
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This lesson is part of our "Become a Blockchain Developer with Ethereum and Solidity" online course on Udemy. Go to https://www.udemy.com/getting-started-with-ethereum-solidity-development/?couponCode=YOUTUBE to learn what to do with this node.
Views: 2499 ChainSkills
03. Web3.js Tutorial - Attach a GUI to your Ethereum Smart Contract
 
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Free Course Page (In development): https://goo.gl/EiKpPP Written tutorial of this video: https://goo.gl/RdXuz9 https://coursetro.com This video is the 3rd lesson from my 100% free course: "Developing Ethereum Smart Contracts for Beginners" Check it out here: https://goo.gl/EiKpPP In this video, we're going to take our smart contract we created in the previous lesson, and make it accessible via a web page with the help of the official Ethereum Web3.js client and Ethereum-testrpc. https://coursetro.com https://www.facebook.com/coursetro/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subscribe for NEW VIDEOS weekly! My site: https://coursetro.com My personal FB account: http://fb.com/logodesigner Coursetro FB: http://fb.com/coursetro Coursetro's Twitter: http://twitter.com/designcoursecom Join my Discord! https://discord.gg/a27CKAF ^-Chat with me and others - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who is Gary Simon? Well, I'm a full stack developer with 2+ decades experience and I teach people how to design and code. I've created around 100+ courses for big brands like LinkedIn, Lynda.com, Pluralsight and Envato Network. Now, I focus all of my time and energy on this channel and my website Coursetro.com. Come to my discord server or add me on social media and say Hi!
Views: 73107 DesignCourse
4 How to invoke your first smart contract from the geth console (ABI)  - Ethereum from scratch
 
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Welcome to part 4 of my Ethereum from scratch series. In the previous video we showed how to create and deploy your first smart contract on your local private test network and this week we take it one step further and copy the ABI (application binary interface) from the browser compile window and access the contract by address directly from the geth console itself. I explain the concepts of contract residing AT an address on the blockchain which is a foreign concept in bitcoin. Main steps below ******************* copy the contents from the "interface" box in the browser-solidity window ***************** ensure geth console is started geth --datadir "(dir)" --nodiscover --rpc --rpcport "8545" --rpccorsdomain "*" console 2 &gt console.log ********************************* type var abi = (paste the interface code from the browser) ********************************* copy the address of the deployed smart contract from the browser - where is says "at 0x...." INCLUDING the 0x type var address = "(paste the address here)" ************************ type var myContract = eth.contract(abi).at(address) *********************** eth.defaultAccount=eth.accounts[0] Otherwise WRITE operation's won't work ************************* now you can invoke the functions on the contract from the console Note you have to ensure there is a miner running for the non-readonly functions - since the state-changes have to mined into transaction blocks
Views: 8690 Matt Thomas
Truffle.js Tutorial Part 1- Ethereum Development Environment Installation & Walkthrough
 
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Due to popular demand I wanted to make a quick video on the most popular development framework for Ethereum, Truffle. Let me know what you guys think and if you would want to see more in depth videos about truffle. Link to my github: https://github.com/filipmartinsson/ Link to truffle: https://github.com/trufflesuite/truffle
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Set up a private Ethereum node on Linux
 
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This lesson is part of our "Become a Blockchain Developer with Ethereum and Solidity" online course on Udemy. Go to https://www.udemy.com/getting-started-with-ethereum-solidity-development/?couponCode=YOUTUBE to learn what to do with this node.
Views: 1674 ChainSkills
Ethereum Geth - Part 1
 
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About Ethereum client - Geth
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Introduction to Calls, Transactions, Events, Filters, Topics in Ethereum using .Net
 
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Hands on demo, on how to: * Create a smart contract with events * Create transactions using vscode and .net core (same for visual studio "fat" on windows and xamarin) * Create filters to subscribe to logs (events) * Create a DTO class to decode the information from the event * Finally get the changes of the from the filters and the decoded event data. The Cross Platform introduction can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1qKcJyQcMY The Visual Studio "Fat" introduction in Windows can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1qKcJyQcMY Resources: Nethereum: http://www.nethereum.com/ Documentation: https://nethereum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ Questions : https://gitter.im/Nethereum/Nethereum VsCode: https://code.visualstudio.com/ .Net Core: https://www.microsoft.com/net/core Solidity vscode: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=JuanBlanco.solidity Source code Github: https://github.com/Nethereum/Nethereum/tree/master/src/Nethereum.Tutorials/ Test chain: https://github.com/Nethereum/Nethereum/tree/master/testchain Geth: https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/releases
Views: 5007 Juan Fran Blanco
Ethereum Dapp with React JS, Webpack, Web3 & Truffle
 
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how to create ethereum wallet account use to geth | geht tutorial | geth tutorial bangla
 
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The different functions are split into multiple smaller logically grouped APIs. Examples are given for the JavaScript console but can easily be converted to an RPC request. 1. admin: Geth node management 2. personal: Account management Private Network Create Command geth dir: geth --networkid 13 --port 60303 --rpc --lightkdf --cache 16 --datadir "D:\BlockcahinData\blockchaindata" console Welcome to the Geth JavaScript console! datadir: D:\BlockcahinData\blockchaindata modules: admin:1.0 debug:1.0 eth:1.0 miner:1.0 net:1.0 personal:1.0 rpc:1.0 txp ool:1.0 web3:1.0 The peers administrative property can be queried for all the information known about the connected remote nodes at the networking granularity. These include general information about the nodes themselves as participants of the P2P overlay protocol, as well as specialized information added by each of the running application protocols. Example: $ admin.addPeer("enode://d749a1ee53d64623a2c889eafd5f826d652ec023ae6b19814025ed7 eb0656cfa0[email protected]192.16 8.100.246:60303") true Example: $ admin.datadir "D:\\BlockcahinData\\blockchaindata" The nodeInfo administrative property can be queried for all the information known about the running Geth node at the networking granularity. Example: $ admin.nodeInfo { enode: "enode://33b942ded78ea2644028e4bdf0b6c8aada551aa43d4f01321be19d5601c447 c44[email protected]0.0.0.0:60303 ", id: "33b942ded78ea2644028e4bdf0b6c8aada551aa43d4f01321be19d5601c447c442f7e3cea b65221cb23f972d144b192722177b16ec5c5c3924b3be619f6ce64d", ip: "0.0.0.0", listenAddr: "[::]:60303", name: "Geth/v1.7.3-stable-4bb3c89d/windows-386/go1.9", ports: { discovery: 60303, listener: 60303 }, protocols: { eth: { difficulty: 131072, genesis: "0xa37d0180402fa096f85d9f66b9ca42d951adf47231f8e68a6769e812ac1029 e9", head: "0xa37d0180402fa096f85d9f66b9ca42d951adf47231f8e68a6769e812ac1029e9" , network: 13 } } } Example: $ admin.peers [] Example: $ admin.removePeer("enode://d749a1ee53d64623a2c889eafd5f826d652ec023ae6b19814025 ed7eb0656cfa0[email protected]192 .168.100.246:60303") true Removes the private key with given address from memory. The account can no longer be used to send transactions. Example: $ personal.newAccount() Passphrase: Repeat passphrase: "0x932b35c2772f5c596abedfcd92f5d387879b89c1" Both passphrase and unlock duration are optional when using the JavaScript console. If the passphrase is not supplied as an argument, the console will prompt for the passphrase interactively. Example: $personal.unlockAccount("0xF544cC03Adcad9B9cDf5BB8800443Ac02d3A2be8") Unlock account 0xF544cC03Adcad9B9cDf5BB8800443Ac02d3A2be8 Passphrase: true The status inspection property can be queried for the number of transactions currently pending for inclusion in the next block(s), as well as the ones that are being scheduled for future execution only. Example: $ txpool.status { pending: 0, queued: 0 }
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Building And Deploying Ethereum Smart Contracts With Solidity and JavaScript
 
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Watch this talk to learn how to build smart contracts on top of Ethereum platform. We will also cover how to use Solidity and JavaScript for smart contracts development as well as how to design and deploy basic contract to the Ethereum blockchain. EVENT: Talk recording from AmsterdamJS March 2018 Meetup SPEAKER: Mikhail Kuznetcov PERMISSIONS: AmsterdamJS Meetup Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Amsterdam JSNation YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQM428Hwrvxla8DCgjGONSQ Additional material for JavaScript learners: https://amzn.to/2JrUINQ Eloquent JavaScript, 3rd Edition: A Modern Introduction to Programming https://amzn.to/2HwAMYd Simplifying JavaScript: Writing Modern JavaScript with ES5, ES6, and Beyond https://amzn.to/2Cq5bmL JavaScript: JavaScript Programming.A Step-by-Step Guide for Absolute Beginners https://amzn.to/2uhIvAP How JavaScript Works https://amzn.to/2CwS2bU The Modern JavaScript Collection
Views: 14291 Coding Tech
Build An Ethereum Hello World Blockchain Application In A Private Network
 
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Ethereum Blockchain Developer: Build Projects Using Solidity - is one of the largest, most in-depth ethereum development courses online. The curriculum contains a number of practical exercises, which will help you put all the knowledge you’ve learned into practice to create something of value. By taking this course you’ll get to work with the ethereum blockchain on a practical level, with step-by-step instructions guiding you through the entire process. This course embodies our ethos of learning by doing, as you’ll have projects created of your very own by completing this course. You’ll gain a step-by-step blueprint within this course, providing you with all the knowledge you need, in order to successfully build your own projects as an ethereum blockchain developer. Furthermore, you can be assured that in this course we’ll be deep diving into all of the key aspects in relation ethereum blockchain development, that includes; hands-on developing with solidity, learning how to use core development tools such as Mist, Geth, and Ethereum Studio, advanced Web3 development, how to de-bug your decentralised application, and so much more! You can be assured you’ll have access to both of your instructors throughout the course on-demand. Remember, you’ll gain lifetime access to this course which includes all future updates free of charge, and there’s a 30 day money back guarantee with no questions asked. // TIMESTAMPS // 00:00 - Quick Introduction Before Commencing With This Course 03:23 - Summary To What You’ll Be Creating In This Section 05:24 - Install The Go-Ethereum Client And Mist Browser 10:26 - Configure A Private Network And Mine Some Ether 17:35 - Deploy Your Hello World Application Into Your Private Network 22:36 - Here’s What You Need To Start Doing Next // RECOMMENDED RESOURCES // Zapaygo: http://bit.ly/2AldzmP Binance: http://bit.ly/2Hji5nQ // FREE BITCOIN WEBINAR // Join: http://bit.ly/2AR6v2v // FULL COURSE HERE // View: https://www.udemy.com/blockchain-developer/?couponCode=YOUTUBE10 // CRYPTOCURRENCY & BLOCKCHAIN TUTORIALS // Sign-Up: https://www.b21block.com // FOLLOW ME ONLINE // Subscribe: https://youtube.com/c/RavinderDeolB21Block?sub_confirmation=1 Like: https://facebook.com/B21Block
Demo: Create an Ethereum Smart Contract
 
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http://bit.ly/bitcoincourse Demo showing how to send ether, create and deploy a Smart Contract using the Ethereum Wallet. Part of a larger 3.5 hr course on Bitcoin and Decentralized Technology.
Views: 128383 CuriousInventor
Web3.js Intro · Web3.js · #1 Ethereum Blockchain Developer Crash Course
 
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Views: 23525 Dapp University
OnTrack - Ethereum Dapp - Part 2 - Smart Contract Testing
 
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OnTrack - Ethereum Dapp - Part 2 - Smart Contract Testing + Stack: Ethereum’s Mist/Remix + Testing smart contracts in Mist, with Remix + Setting up a private, local Ethereum node with Geth + Connecting to Ethereum's main Testnet node (Ropsten Revived) Code: https://github.com/loredanacirstea/ontrack-dapp https://gist.github.com/loredanacirstea/9472a2322533480592a0a35a18c5ef3c (Ropsten Revived connection) https://gist.github.com/loredanacirstea/192d59861cd9b6b65a5bc187362f2f0b (private test connection) External resources: Mist: https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases Online Remix: https://ethereum.github.io/browser-solidity/#version=soljson-v0.4.11+commit.68ef5810.js
Views: 1067 Loredana Cirstea
Deploying Your First Smart Contract
 
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Want to learn how to deploy a smart contract? Niloo teaches us how in this coding tutorial! Work with NodeJS, Web3.js, Solidity and Ganache-cli to write and deploy your first smart contract to your own local instance of the Ethereum Blockchain. For more info on all things blockchain, had over to https://www.blockgeeks.com
Views: 5805 Blockgeeks
Set up your development environment for Ethereum on a Windows PC
 
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This video is part of the "Become a Blockchain Developer with Ethereum and Solidity" online course on Udemy. If you want to learn more about how to use those tools on a real project, go to https://www.udemy.com/getting-started-with-ethereum-solidity-development/?couponCode=YOUTUBE
Views: 2485 ChainSkills
Set up a private Ethereum node on MacOS
 
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This lesson is part of our "Become a Blockchain Developer with Ethereum and Solidity" online course on Udemy. Go to https://www.udemy.com/getting-started-with-ethereum-solidity-development/?couponCode=YOUTUBE to learn what to do with this network.
Views: 395 ChainSkills
Ethereum Node Installation on Linux
 
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This video will demonstrate how to install an Ethereum node on Linux. In our example, we are going to install an Ethereum node on a Computer running Ubuntu Linux, version 17.10. » TUTORIAL: • http://techexpert.tips/ethereum/installing-ethereum-node-linux/ » EQUIPMENT LIST: • Power supply 500w - http://amzn.to/2zwjbf0 • Power cord - http://amzn.to/2ze41bp • Mother Board - http://amzn.to/2zwvJDn • Processor - http://amzn.to/2y0cXj9 • Hard disk - http://amzn.to/2rlDB7p » COMMANDS: # apt-get update # apt-get install build-essential # mkdir /downloads # cd /downloads # wget https://dl.google.com/go/go1.9.3.linux-amd64.tar.gz # tar -C /usr/local -zxvf go1.9.3.linux-amd64.tar.gz # vi /etc/profile.d/go.sh #/bin/bash export GOROOT=/usr/local/go export GOPATH=$GOROOT/work export PATH=$PATH:$GOROOT/bin:$GOPATH/bin # reboot # env | grep -E “(GO|PATH)” # cd /downloads # git clone https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum # cd go-ethereum # make all # cd build/bin/ # install -sv * /usr/local/bin/ # geth
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1 How to install Geth client on (Mac) - Ethereum from scratch
 
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This is the first in my new series of blockchain videos on the Ethereum. I just cover the installation of the geth client on Mac which is a good first step to getting stuck in. I am making these videos as I go along learning Ethereum. So what you see is the exact order I am learning it. Instructions https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Installation-Instructions-for-Mac 1) Open terminal Install homebrew /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" 2) Install geth brew tap ethereum/ethereum brew install ethereum 3) Test installation Type "geth" in the terminal window (ctrl C to quit)
Views: 18353 Matt Thomas
web3.js library, the Ethereum JavaScript API
 
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This video explains what the purpose is of the web3.js library and how to use it. The web3.js library is also known as the Ethereum JavaScript API. To communicate with an Ethereum node or transact with a smart contract deployed on the blockchain from inside a JavaScript or web application you can use the web3.js library. Under the hood the web3.js library communicates with an Ethereum node through JSON RPC calls. The Ethereum node must expose its a RPC layer. The MetaMask extension exposes the web3 API by an injected web3 object which you can access via JavaScript. The MetaMask extension does not support most synchronous web3 API methods. Make your method calls asynchronous! To use the web3.js library in your web application: - Download the web3.js library from: https://github.com/ethereum/web3.js - In the dist folder you will find the files web3-light.min.js and web3.min.js - The file web3.min.js contains the Bignumber module and the file web3-light.min.js does not. If you do not know which one to choose, then use file web3.min.js. Web3.js API code examples can be found at: http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/web3api.html In the examples asynchronous methods were used if they are available. The demonstration Ethereum Dapp is made for educational purpose. The web interface can be found at: http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoDapp.html The associated Solidity contract can be found at: http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoContract.sol.txt The main purpose of this Dapp is to learn how to use web3.js api (v0.x.x) and how interact with a deployed smart contract. To setup the demonstration Ethereum Dapp (DemoApp.html): - Download and deploy the DemoContract.sol smart contract on any test network (testrpc, ropsten, rinkeby, or your own private ethereum node, etc). Save the contract address you will need it later. - Download and install the DemoApp.html on your web server. - Download and install the web3.min.js (v0.19.0) on your web server. - Modify the path to web3.min.js in the DemoApp.html file. - Modify the contract address in the DemoApp.html file. How to use the demonstration Ethereum Dapp (DemoApp.html): - Use a test network. - Have a test account with enough ethers to experiment with. - The demonstration Dapp (DemoApp.html) also works well with MetaMask. Notes: Two versions of DemoApp.html has been created. - A version using callbacks which is not very readable because of using callback trees! For educational purpose you can find this version at (but do not use it!): http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoDappv0.1.html - The original code has been refactored by using JavaScript Promises. http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoDapp.html - The DemoApp.html uses only vanilla JavaScript an uses the web3.js library. All code meaning: JavaScript, HTML and CSS can be found in this single web page. Warnings: - The DemoApp.html does not work with the web3.js v1.0.0. - The web3.js library v1.0.0 has many changes. The DemoApp.html will soon be obsolete. - Use the Demonstration Ethereum Dapp on a test environment. Check out all my other Ethereum related tutorial videos: https://goo.gl/eNJVXe Subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/61NFzK The presentation used in this video tutorial can be found at: http://www.mobilefish.com/developer/blockchain/blockchain_quickguide_ethereum_related_tutorials.html The DemoContract.sol used in the video: http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoContract.sol.txt To interact with the DemoContract.sol use the demonstration Ethereum Dapp (using Javascript Promises): http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoDapp.html An older version of the demonstration Ethereum Dapp (do not use this): http://www.mobilefish.com/download/ethereum/DemoDappv0.1.html More information about RPC layer can be found at: https://youtu.be/oOfDzXBXoOg The web3.js library can be found at: https://github.com/ethereum/web3.js The web3.js API v0.x.x can be found at: https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/JavaScript-API The web3.js API v1.0 can be found at: http://web3js.readthedocs.io/en/1.0/ MetaMask web3 API can be found at: https://github.com/MetaMask/faq/blob/master/DEVELOPERS.md #mobilefish #howto #ethereum
Views: 16067 Mobilefish.com
3 Compile and run your first smart contract against local private node  - Ethereum from scratch
 
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Welcome to episode 3 of my series on Ethereum for beginners - hands on tutorials that you can follow step by step to gradually build awareness of the protocol. In this video I describe how to install the local copy of the browser-solidity compiler so you can compile and deploy smart contracts against your own private Ethereum networks. Steps/main commands below: ******* Go to this link https://github.com/ethereum/browser-solidity/tree/gh-pages ********** Download the zip file and copy/extract to local folder ************* Open index.html **************** Paste this into the window pragma solidity ^0.4.0; contract greeter { string greeting; function greeter(string _greeting) public { greeting = _greeting; } function greet() constant returns (string){ return greeting; } function calculateProof(string document) constant returns (bytes32) { return sha256(document); } } ****************** REMEMBER TO RECONNECT THE BROWSER TO THE Web3Provider WHENEVER YOU RESTART **************** Choose the web3.provider and type http://localhost:8545 *************** Make sure geth is started geth --datadir "(dir)" --nodiscover --rpc --rpcport "8545" --rpccorsdomain "*" console 2 &gt console.log Add the rpc flags above - they are all necessary (have removed all other flags to hide noise) **************** Ensure the account is unlocked personal.unlockAccount(eth.accounts[0]) *****************
Views: 16278 Matt Thomas
Ethereum Install Tutorial | Geth Command Line
 
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http://brew.sh/ https://github.com/ethereum/homebrew-ethereum https://ethereum.org/ http://ethereum.gitbooks.io/frontier-guide/content/ Tutorial on installing Geth, the golang implementation of Ethereum. For updating your version click on the second link and scroll down. Disclaimer: Use Frontier at your own risk! This is the Wild Wild Web anything could happen.
Views: 18935 #Blocktalk
Ethereum Setup on Raspberry Pi 3
 
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A private, secure way to hold Ethereum keys. Maintains flexibility to run smart contracts as well. Assumes the viewer can use a command line, but does not require superuser skills. Very basic.
Views: 33426 Bryan Woods
Use Golang to Connect to Ethereum
 
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In this video we use Golang rather than the more popular Javascript to connect to an Ethereum node. Source code: https://gist.github.com/ezynda3/551155e9b6447224d9ff2431c1f57488 Check out my other videos and articles http://edzynda.com Follow me on Steemit https://steemit.com/@edzynda 💎►Donate Ether and Ethereum-Based (ERC-20) Tokens 0x146cfed833cc926b16b0da9257e8a281c2add9f3 💎►Donate Bitcoin 1KyZbSeeCWgmeRrUQTTbb3meJEyPCGy3zd 💎►Donate Dash XoZdSzN3hPFksQQZx616A6fGGN22zANpMW 💎►Donate Lisk 16883042352161362207L
Views: 3107 What The Func?
IoT + Ethereum -- Raspberry Pi, NodeJS, Web3 & Solidity Pt1: Blink an LED on events
 
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A basic led blinking example, driven by smart contract events. *Github ( https://github.com/nacmonad/eth-iot-examples/) Pre-Requisites: Node JS - https://github.com/nodesource/distributions Ethereum Test RPC - https://github.com/ethereumjs/testrpc Remix - Solidity Browser Compiler - https://github.com/ethereum/browser-solidity Web3 -- https://github.com/ethereum/web3.js 0:00-10:00 --- pi node js server 10:00-20:30 --- TestRPC and Browser-Solidity 20:30-FIN --- WEB3 and interacting with Smart Contract ERRATA: @10:20 -- the mnemoic is used to generate the 10 public/private keypairs and has nothing to do with the coinbase @22:22 -- coinbase is just the wallet public key that is associated with the Web3 instance. has nothing to do with genesis blocks.
Views: 2548 rustcity
Develop Upgradable Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Blockchain with Solidity and Truffle 4
 
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Find a full write-down of this on my blog: upgrade-smart-contracts-on-chain In this video we are exploring different ways of upgrading smart contracts on the Ethereum Blockchain. First we discuss a very intuitive approach. Then I'll show you why separating the logic into libraries doesn't work. Then we go through existing solutions. At the end we develop our own sample with Truffle and the MetaCoin example.
Views: 2915 Thinking Assets
How to create a local private multi-node Ethereum network | How to create a private ethereum network
 
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We are just creating a private local ethereal network & Ethereum wallet setup and private network created in blockchain . then Connecting Mist To Our Private Network . Now that we knocked out initializing our private network with the genesis block, we can open a command line in our Private Chain folder blockchaindata and tell Geth to connect to our datadir . This is intended to be a very normal on tutorial so please follow along. Ethereum Wallet and Mist download Link : https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases Geth to connect to our datadir and right button click and open window here then this command run : Private Network create command : geth --networkid 13 --port 60303 --rpc --lightkdf --cache 16 --datadir "D:\BlockcahinData\blockchaindata" console "D:\BlockcahinData\blockchaindata" miens database create location . and 13 miens network id .networkid any id use . connect multiple machines example : first time nodes : enode://d749a1ee53d64623a2c889eafd5f826d652ec023ae6b19814025ed7eb0656cfa0[email protected]0.0.0.0:60303" Ip configuration (enode creation and IP address ) and 0.0.0.0 change to anther machine ip example : 192.168.0.101 example: admin.addPeer("enode://e95c7628e11c179b4830fc1d679026f65a10f73ac6dd30332a3dd1d13f601e467[email protected]192.168.0.101:60303") then check it this command run: $ admin This javascrip console run . How to connect multiple machines to a private blockchain? This link answer : https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/41862/how-to-connect-multiple-machines-to-a-private-blockchain/41866#41866 Blockchain implemented project : tutorial link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H4p4kHfp7w&list=PLwWaMqv4bjuxbmr7ePzOzSa4um6xZniVg Smart contact solidity code Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdfpKx_IqPQ&list=PLwWaMqv4bjuxHOLmceiXbpDZuOGL_GUCU Facebook page link : https://www.facebook.com/Developer-City-1584084708509222/notifications/ LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/alomgir-hossen-024b19106/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/AbdullahHossei3?lang=en
Views: 1017 Developer City
Ethereum dApp tutorial - Front end. Part 1
 
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Please read! In this video I introduce the tools that are needed to build a user interface that will allow interaction with the Ethereum blockchain. Web3.js github: https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/blob/master/JavaScript-API.md Meteor: https://www.meteor.com/ Meteor web3: https://atmospherejs.com/ethereum/web3 Metamask: https://metamask.io/ Meteor for begginers. Great tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLnpHn493BHECNl9I8gwos-hEfFrer7TV Creating smart contracts using Solidity: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLH4m2oS2ratdoHFEkGvwvd7TkeTv4sa7Z If you loved this video, show me the love! BTC - 1LxhkGzGu6q2LSfAGuH2DNBChmLhHkuQzP ETH - 0x9f24bde4cD92560D04A159C30f46E7820e31d95c http://zeltsinger.com/
Views: 52416 Shlomi Zeltsinger
How to Deploy a Private Ethereum Blockchain + Smart Contract On Kubernetes
 
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In the second part of the series, I will show you how I deployed a private geth cluster consisting of a miner, a member and a cluster monitor, in containers with the help of kubernetes. You can also see how to deploy smart contracts on top of ethereum, and how to interact with them with a simple example.
Views: 1346 cryptoctl
Deploying A Smart Contract To The Ethereum Blockchain w/ Mist
 
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Ethereum is a blockchain platform that supports smart contracts. Smart contracts are just tiny programs (a set of rules) written in the solidity programming language that can get pushed on the Ethereum blockchain, and get executed as necessary. In this "Hello World" example, we look at a very basic Ethereum Smart Contract to create our own token. We install Ethereum Mist/Wallet on our computer and use it as the way to deploy our contract onto the blockchain. We then look at how the contract is able to be used after it gets pushed onto the blockchain. Link to webpage: https://www.srcmake.com/home/ethereum-wallet-solidity-introduction Blockchain Explained In 10 Minutes: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=5PtorjX9qKo Twitter: https://twitter.com/srcmake Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/srcmake Discord: https://discord.gg/q5vAET3
Views: 838 srcmake
Private Ethereum Blockchain in 10 Minutes
 
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James and Stuart demo Saffron and Flora and plans for the next steps. Watch us upload a smart contract to our package manager, generate a new blockchain, pull down the contract, install it, and deploy the chain to Docker in all of 10 minutes! https://www.github.com/Lamden/saffron https://www.github.com/Lamden/flora
Views: 4929 Lamden
Develop and Test a Payable Ethereum Smartcontract
 
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This is my implementation of a fair Lottery System. This simple (non-production) code is meant for educational purposes, hope you guys find it useful. This code actually withdraws and deposits ether from your wallet as it uses the payable modifiers from solidity. Here is the github URL: https://github.com/chrisvugrinec/blockchain-lab
Views: 535 chris Vugrinec
How to Mine Ethereum (ETH) - Step by Step Guide
 
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In this guide I go through the process, start to finish, of how to setup and mine Ethereum (ETH). I use an NVIDIA GPU for this example. Best Ethereum Wallet Apps - https://www.buybitcoinworldwide.com/ethereum/wallets Mist Wallet Download - https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases Guide on How to use Mist Wallet - https://medium.com/@attores/step-by-step-guide-getting-started-with-ethereum-mist-wallet-772a3cc99af4 Nanopool Mining Pool - https://nanopool.org Nanopool ETH Pool - https://eth.nanopool.org Nanopool ETH Miner Help Page - https://eth.nanopool.org/help Claymore Miner v 11.8 - https://github.com/nanopool/Claymore-Dual-Miner/releases Donations are appreciated, below are my crypto wallet addresses. Ethereum - 0xde4af79c3e28304398aa0fc6df6f53c94f7a8f08 ZCash - t1PzX7tdHgLJUdBn4GsjAarf3LyTtNFqnET Bitcoin - 143VTmTenTw3Cb8juYgqbm1jKhXfa3MysD Music by Hydrogen Factory - http://www.hyfac.com/
Views: 7982 Jobe
Go Ethereum Episode 3: Writing a meta-coin smart contract
 
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Episode 3: Writing a meta-coin smart contract By Jeffrey Wilcke and Stephan Tual Companion blog article: http://hidskes.com/blog/2014/05/21/ethereum-dapp-development-for-web-developers/ For more information about Ethereum please visit https://www.ethereum.org For our forums including help on the Go Ethereum client and Mutan, please visit: http://forum.ethereum.org/
Views: 6399 Ethereum
ESP8266 IoT device on Ethereum Blockchain OpenWrt MIPS Wifi Node
 
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Decentralized IoT. My take on embedded Ethereum, without using NodeJS. The video is long, but I show the very basics of how I put a simple IoT device onto the blockchain. I use ESP8266 ESP-01, DS18B20 temperature sensor, and WDR3600 MIPS router flashed with OpenWrt & cross-compiled Geth binary. I hope to see more microcontroller ethereum development soon. If you cross compile OpenWrt, you can set it to compile NodeJS also in menuconfig -Languages, but you have to use the "M" option so it compiles but is separate binary from your firmware image (else it makes the image too big for the ROM) Also, if you do run a geth node on an embedded device, using the lightkdf option when creating keys will allow quicker keystore unlock time. https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/address/0x513c67ef8dd393a423900aafcc78a6878e465ae5 https://github.com/gusgorman402/ESP8266_Geth https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/29524/sign-raw-transcaction-offline-with-c-on-arduino
Views: 7101 Ethereum4NewBeenz
Ethereum for Python Developers - Web3.py #1
 
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Views: 2645 Dapp University
04. Capturing Smart Contract Events in our User Interface (Solidity)
 
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Free Course Page (In development): https://goo.gl/EiKpPP Written tutorial of this video: https://goo.gl/tJFWw1 https://coursetro.com This video is the 4th lesson from my 100% free course: "Developing Ethereum Smart Contracts for Beginners" Check it out here: https://goo.gl/EiKpPP In this video, we're going to learn how Solidity Events work in smart contracts by creating our own event, and using that event in our Web UI to show an animated loading graphic while the transaction confirms on the testrpc client. https://coursetro.com https://www.facebook.com/coursetro/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subscribe for NEW VIDEOS weekly! My site: https://coursetro.com My personal FB account: http://fb.com/logodesigner Coursetro FB: http://fb.com/coursetro Coursetro's Twitter: http://twitter.com/designcoursecom Join my Discord! https://discord.gg/a27CKAF ^-Chat with me and others - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who is Gary Simon? Well, I'm a full stack developer with 2+ decades experience and I teach people how to design and code. I've created around 100+ courses for big brands like LinkedIn, Lynda.com, Pluralsight and Envato Network. Now, I focus all of my time and energy on this channel and my website Coursetro.com. Come to my discord server or add me on social media and say Hi!
Views: 28171 DesignCourse
Solidity Hello World Greeter via Ethereum Wallet
 
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The geth console & command line can be kind of confusing. Just showing GUI ways to deploy and using Remix to get the ABI/JSON
Views: 395 Ethereum4NewBeenz
Майнинг. Как начать майнить Ethereum (ETH) через пул?
 
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Пример настройки майнинга Эфириума (Эфира) через пул, на примере майнеров для AMD и Nvidia. Кошелек - https://ru.cryptonator.com/auth/signup/101319883 Пул - https://ethermine.org/ Карты беру здесь - http://computeruniverse.ru FWOIQLX - Купон на скидку 5 ЕВРО Мониторинг обменников криптовалют - https://goo.gl/3St31X Sonoff - http://ali.pub/1udben Ваттмерт - http://ali.pub/1udbd3 Термопаста - http://ali.pub/1udbg0 Райзеры - http://ali.pub/19ewsm Wi-Fi Розетка - http://ali.pub/1s1e0r Синхронизатор запуска БП - http://ali.pub/161zs0 Переходник VGA - HDMI http://ali.pub/161zaw Ваттметр - http://ali.pub/1794kg Кнопки питания - http://ali.pub/1j3cox Клеевой пистолет - http://ali.pub/1j3ctl Клеевые палочки - http://ali.pub/1j3cyn Болты - http://ali.pub/1udbmm Проставки - http://ali.pub/1udbt8
Go Ethereum Episode 2: Installing the Go Ethereum client [OOD - see desc. for recent instructions]
 
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[This information is out of date, please see for up to date install information - https://ethereum.gitbooks.io/frontier-guide/content/getting_a_client.html] Episode 2: Installing the Go Ethereum client By Jeffrey Wilcke and Stephan Tual A text copy of this tutorial can be found at: http://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/905/go-ethereum-cli-ethereal-simple-build-guide-for-osx For more information about Ethereum please visit https://www.ethereum.org For our forums including help on the Go Ethereum client and Mutan, please visit: http://forum.ethereum.org/
Views: 13317 Ethereum
4 How to invoke your first smart contract from the geth console (ABI) - Ethereum from scratch(1).mp4
 
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4 How to invoke your first smart contract from the geth console (ABI) - Ethereum from scratch(1).mp4
Views: 76 James Coin
ETH Crashes & Maker Fails
 
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For exclusive travel vlogs and early access to content check out my Patreon account here: https://www.patreon.com/cryptotips Earn BAT and Help support Crypto Tips by joining Brave Rewards: https://brave.com/cry258 Find me on Steemit: www.steemit.com/@heiditravels Twitter: @blockchainchick Instagram: @hheidiann Bit.tube: RealCryptoTips Get that BRAVE Browser! : https://brave.com/cry258 Check out the new hardware wallet Ellipal HERE: https://order.ellipal.com/?ref=5c08236b8e68e Thinking about purchasing a Ledger Nano Hardware Wallet? Browse their official website: https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/67ef LINKS FOR ADDITIONAL READING FOR THIS VIDEO & ALL INFO IN TEXT DOWN BELOW: Geth & Parity Issues: https://www.coindesk.com/unpatched-ethereum-clients-pose-51-attack-risk-says-report Security Research Labs Findings: https://srlabs.de/bites/blockchain_patch_gap/ Maker: https://makerdao.com/en/ MakerDAO Voting: https://www.coindesk.com/makerdao-votes-to-decrease-stablecoin-fees-for-first-time-in-5-months * Ethereum Geth and Parity clients need to be upgraded due to security risks (30% or parity clients and 40% of Geth clients have not upgraded) This weakens the network itself and leaves it more vulnerable to hackers. The security patch for a security flaw of the Parity client was released back in February and another was released the first week of March but according to data found on ethernodes.org up to 30% of Parity nodes have not been upgraded and are therefore still vulnerable to hackers crashing them remotely. And there is a very similar story for Geth clients as well.While many of these security updates occur automatically for the Parity nodes, some of the patches still require the node operator to manually upgrade its client. Geth clients on the other hand do not automatically update by design. If any of you watching this video happen to run either a Parity or Geth node for Ethereum, it seems like chances are your node is still vulnerable to remote crashing. If you care much about the network that you are actively participating in (or maybe a bit passively participating in) I highly recommend you take the time to update what needs updating. There is a strength in decentralization, but if the majority of the decentralized nodes are vulnerable, the network is also vulnerable. Speaking of participating in a decentralized network: This crypto space is about much more than owning a strange crypto coin and hoping that the price skyrockets. It’s about creating platforms and opportunities to participate in something called self-governance, where quite frankly it’s my opinion these are your best bet for having a vote that really matters. You hopefully have heard of the phrase, “vote with your dollar” well there are a lot of new platforms that now exist which put this into literal practice. Take for example the MakerDAO. Now I won’t be going into detail in this video exactly how this platform works, but to give you a basic understanding:The Maker platform brings together collateralized loans, stable coins and community governance like this: Holders of Maker tokens can stake their coins in a way that represents how they would prefer to enact certain changes. Most relevantly, the platform holds a weekly vote to determine the percentage of fees to be paid by those who have taken out loans on this platform. These fees play an integral role in determining the stability of the Dai token. Reason being, these fees determine how many of the Dai tokens are created to match the demand and establish a peg to the US dollar. Sounds pretty cool right? In theory I’d say it is, but in practice at this point it seems like only two people who take their voting abilities seriously and as is par for the course here in crypto land, there’s one troll who just likes to stir the pot. There are a lot of kinks that Maker needs to work out in addition to inspiring more participation from the community, which I won’t be going over right now, but I will be speaking more about it in future videos. But this issue begs the question, do you participate in any voting systems like this? Why or why not? When considering the masses, I can’t help but think they won’t want to be inconvenienced like that every week and will more than likely result in said platforms becoming centralized despite their efforts to allow for decentralized governance. Instead, I think it’s much more likely that a platform will be successful if they are able to integrate with pre-existing trends, which unfortunately seem to be going the way of convenience and passivity.
Views: 2528 Crypto Tips
Ethereum Proof of Authority Tutorial in Azure
 
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A tutorial on how to setup Proof of Authority Ethereum in Azure and to deploy and run basic smart contracts. Sub-second transaction times. Read more here: https://medium.com/@lookfwd/azure-blockchain-workbench-no-e597899de002