We look at blockchain transactions, addresses, contracts, and other items that are available publicly on the Ethereum blockchain using etherscan.io.
- One of the most powerful and interesting elements…of the BlockChain is that we can see publicly…whatever has happened on the BlockChain.…It's really cool.…And I think for me,…seeing this on the website is a great way…to get an understanding mentally…of what the BlockChain is because when you can see it,…for some reason, it seems to make it more real…and more understandable.…So this website is called Etherscan.…This is my favorite Block Explorer of Ethereum.…
It basically allows you to see anything that's happened.…I can see Blocks, whose mined them, how many transactions…are in them, what the Block reward was.…So, that's interesting and one side of the spectrum…from sort a mining back-end perspective,…there's transactions so any transaction you can drill…into these you can link and I can see every transaction.…So, we can see something happened here,…this didn't work, an error happened when the contract…was trying to execute it so, there's a warning here.…
But I can see that it tried to send it from this address…
- How the Ethereum blockchain differs from bitcoin
- What smart contracts are and how they work
- Creating a smart contract from scratch in Solidity
- Using Truffle to test smart contracts
- Using web3.js to interact with the blockchain
- Deploying resources in Swarm
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Set Up
2. Introduction to DApps and Ethereum
3. Writing a Smart Contract
4. Building a DApp
5. Deploying to the Ethereum network
Deploying resources in Swarm3m 42s
Next steps1m 24s
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