I’ve been working on MAD Stores for over a year. It’s a completely decentralized online marketplace, with no backend server at all. I’m pleased to announce that I have a proof-of-concept version ready for testing on the Ropsten testnet. You can view all the source code on github. The contracts…
Turms AMT (Anonymous Message Transport) is a peer-to-peer messaging system for sending encrypted messages between Ethereum addresses (See Introducing Turms Anonymous Message Transport).
Encrypted messaging on a public, un-encrypted blockchain is a challenge. So in this article I’m going to explain how we did it in Turms AMT.
Turms AMT (Anonymous Message Transport) is a peer-to-peer messaging system for sending messages between Ethereum addresses. For now there’s only one reason to use it: it pays you Ether for receiving spam!
There are going to be some incredible DApps that are going to be built on Turms AMT. But…
Over the last few years Ethereum has brought us hundreds of Decentralized
Applications, or DApp’s — And more are introduced to us every few days.
Let’s take a moment to review the anatomy of a DApp, and why DApp’s are so
A DApp is an application that is not…
I put together a website for all the projects that I’ve worked on this year. In particular this will be a place for me to put documents relating to Turms AMT. With an alarming lack of modesty, I call the site diazgonewild.com.
I write DApps. But the most compelling DApps I could imagine needed a messaging system that could be integrated into smart contracts — and for all the impressive Ethereum development work, I couldn’t find a contract-integrate-able messaging system.
Turms AMT (Anonymous Message Transport) is a peer-to-peer messaging system based on the Ethereum blockchain (See Introducing Turms Anonymous Message Transport). It’s expensive and slow — so it’s not a replacement for email. But it is important — It facilitates direct encrypted messaging between Ethereum addresses.
To spark your imagination…
Turms AMT (Anonymous Message Transport) is a peer-to-peer messaging system built on an Ethereum smart contract. Its most important properties are:
In this article I’m going show how to use Christain Lundkvist’s MultiSig Wallet to transfer ERC-20 tokens.
Over a year ago Christian Lundkvist came up with a very elegant, simple
idea for a rock-solid multisig wallet. (See Exploring Simpler Ethereum Multisig-Contracts.) But the thing that makes this wallet incredibly secure…
A multi-party transaction is a classic example of something you can do more easily with Ethereum than with fiat currencies. Yet many people don’t realize how easy it is to use MultiSig Wallets for multi-party transactions.