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The two Javascript libraries I use for my dApps

Crossing the bridge from the web to the blockchain with just two libraries.

Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash

Blockchain technology, decentralized applications, and NFTs are pretty huge right now. A Crypto Punk sold for $10m, but where can you buy NFTs, use dApps, or even trade cryptocurrencies? On the web. (or mobile apps, but that’s beside the point)

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