Solidity Basics

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These lessons look much better. I’ve just finished the first version but going to start again with these. I’ll let you know how I get on. Thanks.

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Thank you Darren! I hope this version should be easier to follow along :slight_smile:

Hi Filip, it’s much better.

What do you think of this. It’s a front end I built for the gambling app from your course.

Ethereum Dice Rolling Game.mov

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Love it! Great job. Have you connected it to the smart contract?

Hi Filip,

Thanks for your response means a lot. Not yet I want to get the front end finished first. I think connecting to the smart contract should be fairly straight forward.

In this respect the only thing that confuses me is does the user need to have metamask installed?

If so how do websites like Binance & Coinbase get round this?

Sorry if this is a stupid question.

Thanks in advance,

Darren.

Great! Sounds like a plan.

Binance and Coinbase get around this because they hold the private keys for their customers. But generally in crypto, we want our clients to be in charge of their own keys. That’s why we need metamask.

If you were to go the binance route, then you would need a database of your own where you keep username, passwords and encryption keys. Which would be way harder then just using metamask or similar tools.

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Yes of course. However I do think having to use metamask or similar this is a fairly big barrier to adoption. Really we need something native preinstalled into browsers.

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Hi Filip,

After all that I had to redesign the website as of course it’s a coin flip Dapp and not Dice throw. Ha Ha.

I’ve done that now and want to connect the smart contract next.

In this respect what I don’t understand from the tutorials is the Dapp is designed in Superblocks. If I want to run the code outside of Superblocks how would I do this pls?

Thanks in advance,

Darren.

Wow. What an improvement. Love it!

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After following some first lectures in course I can say it is excellent!
As a very experienced programmer, I find it very useful to refresh my knowledge about data structures from other programming languages and to see what is possible and how is implementation done in Solidity.

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I am starting again and i love the new vids. Filip i am back with solidity. And i love the app version so i can follow up @work💪

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Hi Filip
Starting out with only a basic understanding but want to get an overall view of smart contracts
Am in the architectural/ building industry which needs programmable money
will see how far I can get with this course
Thank you