Explore Solidity Blockchain Smart Contracts via Python
As a coder veteran myself and loving the ‘No-Code’ movement, I was intrigued by Solidity programming in relation to Blockchain Smart Contracts.
I started to explore and learn more about this topic.
Let’s get started!
DAO – Decentralised Autonomous Organisation
Download the Metamask.io and use the Extension to any browser.
Create a wallet and ensure to store the seed phrase in a safe place.
With the seed phrases above, you can create multiple Accounts meaning multiple unique Addresses.
Each account has a unique public as well private address
Once you created the wallet, get the Account public address.
Seed phrase/mnemonic phrase
> Account 1: Public Address and Private Key
> Account 2: Public Address and Private Key
|Concept||Can Access||Private or Public|
|Seed phrase/mnemonic phrase||All of the Accounts||Private|
|Private Key||1 of the Account||Private|
To check the public address detail, go to Etherscan.io
|Ropsten Test Network||Test|
|Kovan Test Network||Test|
|Rinkeby Test Network||Test|
|Goerli Test Network||Test|
You can also check the public address on Rinkeby Test Network on https://rinkeby.etherscan.io
Faucet: Application that gives free test tokens i.e. test Rinkeby Ethereum.
Note: By the time this post was written, this particular website has an issue. There is an alternative site hosted by Chainlink.
Note: The donation ETH is not as much as Rinkeby one only 0.1 BUT it will do the job for time being. Tested this already and worked well.
Block Explorer such as rinkeby.etherscan.io is an application that allows viewing transactions on a blockchain.
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