At the Corda Code Club, we gather regularly for pizza and to create new Corda-based projects over a few weeks, with a friendly judging at the end.
You can play it here while stocks last. The first time you load the page, or when you decide to “reset” after losing it all for instance, the page assigns you a random id that acts as your session, and awards…
Understanding what is going on is important in Ethereum development — which is why we always try to instil a cautious approach at B9lab.
To understand why, let’s have a look at a cunning trap set up very recently by someone who knows a bit more than the average honey badger.
(This post was inspired by this unfortunate incident.)
Here it is, deployed by the transaction 0xb1b4575c0724fe45c817d269f8e967e061eb424b0b9a49b6d131c96885031c88 at address 0x70bf9Df6967Dc96156e76Cc43b928A7eF02E159a:
Quite simple, but let’s go through the functions anyway:
function StartGame(string _question,string _response)lets someone setup the challenge with the question and the answer. This means that from the…
Anyone can request an Ether, which is typically used by developers or curious people who want to experiment, including our students. And I regularly eyeball the transactions.
Senior Blockchain Developer and Trainer at B9lab