I’m currently building a dapp, with an easy ui/ux in mind, which interacts with different lending protocols and allows you to lend at the best rate available. I integrated Compound v2 for the moment and I plan to add others in the following weeks. The contract is trustless and never in posessions of user’s tokens at the end of every tx, so it acts as a proxy only.
I’m trying to use zos to have a way to upgrade contracts in case of something unexpected happens or for adding small features to the contracts already deployed. I had experienced some issues during unit testing with zos, but the upgradable pattern is working like a charm!
My name is Shubham Yadav. I am from Pune (India). I am working on project (in case you wanna have a look, http://v-o-v.io) which combines digital art and Blockchain technology. It requires a smart contract to store the ownership of the digital arts (ERC-721) and to allow its trading.
I am using Zeppelin as the framework and truffle for deployment purpose. Before this, I co-founded coindelta.com which was a cryptocurrencies exchanges based out of India. I am an IIT Bombay 2015 alumni.
VoV looks interesting. Can you tell us more about the blockchain component of the project? (e.g. what did you use from OpenZeppelin for the project? what is stored in the ERC721? I assume you are running on mainnet?)
What is up next for you? (assuming the blockchain component of VoV is done)
My name is Shawn. I’m an entrepreneur interested in learning more about bootstraping smart contracts conforming to the ERC20 and 721 specs for the purposes of crowdfunding and auctions. I hail from NYC and I first discovered OpenZepplelin after learning about the importance of Ricardian smart legal contracts from Ian Grigg. I appreciate intellectual discourse as much as technical.
Hello! I’m Vera, from Argentina. I’m a research intern in Zeppelin, working on my master’s thesis. Right now I’m researching existing tools and technics related to automatic analysis of smart contracts. I’m here mostly to share what I’ve been learning and discuss with you guys
My degree is actually called “licenciatura”, is a six year course with a thesis at the end, so I should graduate this year if everything works as planned. I’m not sure if I understood the last question, we have classes kind of related to academic research and then this research work that can last between 4 months and 1.5 years