Ropsten Ethereum Faucet: JSON Web Service

Ropsten Ethereum Faucet: JSON Web Service

Motivation

This series of tutorial documents my process of building an Ethereum faucet on the Ropsten Testnet. This is the 3rd article of the series and it explains the codes behind the JSON Web Service. The JSON Web Service performs the role of dishing out free ETH when the requester provides his Ethereum wallet address and the number of ETHs he wishes to receive.

Voting on a Blockchain: Ballot Management DApp Code Walk-through

Voting on a Blockchain: Ballot Management DApp Code Walk-through

This is the 4th of 5 articles to explore the development of an end-to-end Balloting system on Ethereum. In this article, I will explain the codes behind the Ballot Management module of the DApp. 

Do check back often as I work on the rest of the articles in this series.

The Curious Marriage between IPFS & Ethereum

The Curious Marriage between IPFS & Ethereum

This article builds on the tutorial written by Michael Chan here. In his article, Michael demonstrated how to code a React.js Dapp that writes a file's IPFS hash to an Ethereum Solidity Smart Contract and stores the file in IPFS. Michael Chan's article is a great piece to follow if React.js is what you are seeking.

A DApp to capture supper expenses for buddies

Going Dutch - A Dapp to capture supper expenses for buddies

This is a continuation of the Going Dutch Smart Contract project that I started on 2nd Sep 2017. It has been a month, which is probably the equivalent of a year if you count in blockchain-time. Geth has gone from 1.6.7 to 1.7.2 and after upgrading my setup, I had to let it run overnight (in fast mode!) to sync my node to the block again.

Objective