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Logging data from smart contracts with events

In Solidity, Events are dispatched signals the smart contracts can fire. DApps, or anything connected to Ethereum JSON-RPC API, can listen to these events and act accordingly. Event can also be indexed, so that the event history is searchable later. In the previous tutorial, we saw how to deploy and interact with your first smart […]

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Deploying your first smart contract

I guess you are as excited as us to deploy and interact with your first smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain. Don’t worry, as it’s our fist smart contract, we’ll deploy it on a local test network so it does not cost anything for you to deploy and play as much as you’d like with […]

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An introduction to Ethereum

Ethereum is a blockchain that stores and runs programs called smart contracts. A blockchain is a public network of decentralized nodes that process transactions and append them to an ever-growing ledger. Ethereum is not the only blockchain (Bitcoin, Stellar, Tezos…) but it is definitely the most popular blockchain used by most developers and companies. To […]