How does one trade Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) or a physical asset that comes with an NFT-based certificate and ensures payment and delivery? This article proposes how a Smart Contract can make peer-to-peer trading of NFTs or physical goods such as luxury watches safe and secure.
Paper-based Certificates of Authenticity for Watches are great candidates to be replaced with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). In this article, I demonstrate how a Decentralized App on the Ethereum Blockchain will allow the creation and transference of NFT-based Watch certificates.
In the 1st part of this tutorial series, I will walk through the tools that I use in my Ethereum development environment and demonstrate how to use them to compile and deployed a Solidity Smart Contract.
Luxury products such as watches, diamonds, and bags ship with Certificates of Authenticity that have traditionally been printed on paper. In this article, I demonstrate how it may be possible to replace paper-based certs with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) on the Ethereum Blockchain.
Freelancers often need to negotiate with clients on progressive payments and monitoring them while working on the project. In this article, I explain how it may be possible to manage this process using an Ethereum Smart Contract.
The underscores _; that are found littered in Smart Contract source codes have invited questions from developers all over who are just beginning to code Smart Contracts. Here, I attempt to demystify it.