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What is ERC-1155?

What is an ERC-1155?​ A smart contract multi-token standard for: ERC-721 v.s. ERC-1155​ ERC-721 tokens are good at identifying one type of object. For …

How developers keep track of same contracts across different chains

Tracking Contracts Across Shardeum and Multiple Chains

Keep Track of the same Contracts Cross-Chain Easily​ Having contracts deployed at the same address cross-chain makes it very easy to find contracts for: Simple …

Deploy your Smart Contracts using Foundry on Shardeum

Deploy your Smart Contracts using Foundry on Shardeum

Foundry is a fast testing and deployment tool for developing EVM smart contracts. Tests are written in Solidity to keep the workflow consistent with smart …


Ecosystem Update: OKcontract x Shardeum

Shardeum is thrilled to welcome OKcontract to its ecosystem. OKcontract supports Shardeum and Sphinx (betanet) and WSHM tokens. In the coming weeks, smart contracts running …

Build an NFT Minter Dapp on Shardeum

Build an NFT Minter Dapp on Shardeum

This guide will walk you through the process of building a simple NFT minter application that uses React JS for the front-end, IPFS for decentralized …

Public Key Vs. Private Key - What's the Difference

Public Vs. Private Keys – What’s the Difference?

Introduction Everything from the exchange of data to the transfer of funds to looking up information to getting driving instructions – the internet makes all …

Crypto Influencers to Follow

Top Crypto Influencers in 2023

Introduction Hey there, are you interested in learning about crypto? You would be surprised to know that attempts to create digital currencies have been around …

20 of the Best NFT Tracking Tools

20 Best NFT Tracking Tools

As the popularity of non-fungible tokens continues to soar, NFT tracking tools have become a crucial application for investors, collectors, and enthusiasts alike. From real-time …

What is Intrinsic Value - Definition & Examples

What is Intrinsic Value? Definition & Examples

In finance and investing, the term “intrinsic value” is often used to describe the true worth of a financial asset. So, what is intrinsic value? …

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