7 Tips For Getting Your First Web3 Job

Today, we’ll explore 7 tips for finding your first Web3 job! Within the Eat The Blocks audience, we have quite…

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Timelock in Solidity

A timelock is a piece of code that locks functionality on an application until a certain amount of time has…

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Creating a new Contract from another Contract in Solidity

Introduction In blockchain development, mining sets of data into a blockchain is quite an expensive process because fees are charged…

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The Ultimate Solidity 0.8 Cheatsheet

Comments You can write comments to document your code; Single-line comments (//) and multi-line comments (/.../) are possible. // This…

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A Guide to Events in Solidity

Events are inheritable members of contracts. When you call them, they cause the arguments to be stored in the transaction’s…

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A Guide to Inheritance in Solidity

Inheritance allows code to be reused by creating a new class from an existing class. The new class that is…

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A Guide to Operators in Solidity

Solidity is a statically typed language, which means that the type of each variable (state and local) needs to be…

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Cryptography 101 for web3 developers

What is Cryptography? — An Introduction to Cryptographic Algorithms Encryption is essentially important because it secures data and information from…

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How to sign messages using Metamask

Signing messages in Ethereum Authentication for web3 ? If you’ve ever interacted with an Ethereum Dapp you’ve probably been asked…

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Foundry Vs Hardhat

In this article, we will be comparing two smart contract development frameworks. Hardhat, which is the most used framework for…

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