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Solidity Smart Contracts - Any good resources?

  • 28-09-2018 11:48am
    Registered Users Posts: 2,984 ✭✭✭ Pique


    I'm looking to find some resources of 'working' Smart Contracts for a play with. To understand more about how they work etc.
    Does anyone have a link to somewhere with complete valid ones that I could then modify?

    I've found some that are templates but valid, complete ones would be great.


  • Registered Users Posts: 6,026 ✭✭✭ grindle

    Valid smart contracts - look through the git of working projects like BAT, DAI, DICE, you'll get a good idea of how and why certain elements are being built either off or on chain.

    The more decentralised the project wants to be, the better the documentation tends to be on their git á la DAI which has plenty of documentation/tutorials on how to contribute to it. Might be an idea to fork it and mess around on one of the test networks or on one of ETH's clones if you eventually want to deploy a smart contract onto a working blockchain for cheap.