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Hi @guerkhor,

Welcome to the community :wave:

Banking the unbanked is a great goal.

Layer 2 solutions will be key to making transactions affordable.

I also suggest looking at: Points to consider when creating a fungible token (ERC20, ERC777)

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Hello @abcoathup ,

I’m glad to be a part of the community and also grateful for your speedy reply and your feedback. I read the article you suggested several times and I think a fungible ERC777 token is so much more efficient. I will look into writing the code for it. is ERC777 automated on OpenZeppelin/contracts or should I write code?

I am looking for advisors and developers to make and bring this project to life. I don’t want to be the only one working on this project, it’s too big for one person. where should I start or get assistance? because i need lots of help on the following:

  1. Tradable ERC777 governance token (I can do this)
  2. ERC777 Stable coin pegged to local currency (I can do this)
  3. Mobile Wallet App (OS & Android) (need help)
  4. Dapp back and frontend (functions like DeFi) (need help)
  5. Onramp solution that connects the user’s bank accounts to the App (western world only) (need help)
  6. Integrate Layer 2 Solutions (need help)
  7. Open to any new ideas on how to improve the project. I have a draft white-paper written for anyone interested.

I think these are the main points on the roadmap that needs to be done before further growth. South Sudan is an upcoming nation that poses a huge potential for crypto adaption

This project will take time, I project 1-3 years timeframe for completion (could be less).

I can’t wait to for your response and I truly appreciate your help @abcoathup :smile:

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Hi @guerkhor,

You can try posting for Developer Wanted in the forum:

You should also try other Ethereum developer communities such as ETH Global Discord and Crypto Devs.

You may want to look at other stable coin projects, including those operating in Africa, to see if you could partner with them.

Could you use an existing stable coin, see Points to consider when creating a fungible token (ERC20, ERC777)

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Hi my name is Karsten from Jamaica, been in crypto and blockchain for over 7+ years. I run a small price index called Caricoin, and I am a certified Blockchain Architect

I am big on VR and have a opensource project called Jahshaka, as a part of which I have been creating 3D art under the Soulbank brand and am here to figure out how to launch my own token that can be used as both a cryptocurrency and to mint NFT’s via the new ERC 1155 standard using OpenZeppelin smart contracts

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Hey everybody!

Just wanted to introduce myself! My name is Morgan and I have been lurking for a while but decided I wanted to become an active member in the community. I have been drawn here by trying to develop my own NFT project and am looking to take this adventure with you all!

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Hi @soulbank,

Welcome to the community :wave:

The Contracts Wizard is a good place to start for tokens. We don’t currently generate ERC1155, though plan to add it.

You can also look at the older example: Create an ERC1155

Hi @NFTtheMan,

Welcome to the community :wave:

I recommend checking out the Contracts Wizard.
I recently created an NFT using it.

You can also check out the older guide: Create an NFT and deploy to a public testnet, using Truffle

Can you share more details on your NFT project?

You are welcome to share your journey too:

Ok. thank you dearly. I’ve reached out to ETH Global and will be contacting Crypto Devs shortly.

I will look into other stable coin projects operating in Africa and hopefully I can find some. it would be fantastic partnering with them.

I thought about using an existing stable coin however, they use local currency for payments which would need to be exchanged to USD or vise versa. Still it is an option on the table that i can use for my project.

thanks once again for your assistance.

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Hello people…
I am Fernando López
I live in Palma de Mallorca and I am a web developer and Coach. I’ve been studying smart contracts in my spare time for about two years.

  • Why are you here?

People I value in the development world consider OpenZeppellin the best place to learn. My first NFTs were built thanks to your extraordinary contracts. Now, I have been “signed” for a project of an ERC20. And I believe that I am in the best place to clear doubts.

  • Where are you from?
    Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain

  • How did you hear about OpenZeppelin?
    A person that I admire a lot, recommended it to me.
    Daniel Primo
    Looking for contract models I also saw your repositories. And finally, when you have doubts, you end up here !! I think this forum already exceeds stackoverflow in content …

  • What do you expect from the community?
    Oh well, I hope to clear doubts to become a good smart contract developer. I love this crypto world and I would like to end up being a good professional.

I would also like to do my bit.

The community has already helped me without belonging to it.
Thanks to everyone and especially to the OpenZeppelin team

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Hey everyone, I am Godspower Eze. I’m from Nigeria, and I am a full-stack web developer who is very interested in blockchain development.

I have worked on a couple of projects where I used web3.js,, and doing mostly kinda the interaction kinds of stuff. But, right now I want to get better at writing smart contracts on the blockchain and get better overall that’s why I am here. Yeah, that’s it.

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Hello, my name is Everton, I’m Brazilian.
I’m starting to learn about OpenZeppelin to create my own token.
I hope you can get help here.

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Hey guys I’m Bruno from Brazil. I’m learning about cryptocurrencies about a year, and now, I’ll be doing some experiments with smart contract development, an I expect to learn a lot from you!

See u around :slight_smile:

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Hello! I just found this website. I am not a programmer by any means nor do i understand code. But it is very fascinating. I mess around with alot of defi projects and i want to become more familiar with how these contracts work. I hope to learn alot and this seems like the place to do it

Hey @lsxgen I just got here as well… I found this tread with a lot of learning materials about solidity (programming language of Ethereum).

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Thanks alot! Ill check this out

Hello, My name is Sami, I’m IT guy working my own enterprise and I’m starting in blockchain development. I’m looking for collaboration with other dev to put in place some cool project,

Hello, I’m Kyrian Obikwelu. I’m coming from the web Dev background with Vue and Laravel and just recently became interested in blockchain development and just started using truffle to develop smart contracts and a token for my organization too. I heard about openzeppelin from my mentor who I learn from and decided to check it out. And trust me, it was worth it. Thanks to the contributions of everyone here

@Bruno_Giampietro sou Brasileiro também, me envia um e-mail para estudarmos juntos

Hello there!
My name is Natan.
I’m from Brazil and I’m here to learn more about smart contracts development.
I’ve read about OpenZeppelin from some source codes out there, and I would be more than happy to contribute as I can here.

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Hi Demian,

Nice to meet you and thanks for putting this all together. We just created and we were able to use your site to create a smart contract. Thanks! Do you have a audit consulting company you can recommend?