Introduce yourself here!

Marvelous, the Zeppelin is strong with this one :fire:

Welcome Andrew to the forum and community, looking forward to see you around :heart:

  • I am blockchain technology curious for merchant applications with integration in supply chain finance.
  • I am from France with Indian origins, was victim of decolonization; hence migrated to the West Indies.
  • Qwant is a good search engine. We were seeking an open source smart contract platform for our proposed services and we stumbled on Zepplin Solutions.
  • Would love to contribute to building services around Zepplin Solutions. Its good work and deserves all the support the project needs. Would love to help out in any way possible.

Welcome @xtreme to the community :zap:

Excuse my ignorance, but what would decolonization be?

Awesome! What did you like about it? How do you use it? How can we make it better?

Your help is much appreciated -- and needed! You can contribute to the Ethernaut or OpenZeppelin projects. You can also help by answering questions here in the forum (super helpful to learn fast!) or writing guides in the #general:guides-and-tutorials category :slight_smile:

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Hi there, my name is Ahmed Mutawa from Abu Dhabi, UAE. I worked as project manager for couple of years and now I would like to change my career into smart contract development, and definitely Zeppelin is the place to go to. Its been more than 11 years since I’ve touched a code, so I have a long road as a beginner.

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Welcome @RockmanR to the community :tada:

Definitely, I think you’re in the right place. I’d suggest you head to the #general:guides-and-tutorials category and start there. It’d be great to have your feedback on the guides, what’s missing, what could be better and what guides we’re missing.

Feel free to open (another :wink:) topic in the #support category if you have any doubts

Hope to see you around!

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I think I’ll be posting soon on #support :smile:

I’m trying to create an opensource platform to fund events and release payments gradually to the event organizers. So I’ll be using a Token and Crowdsale from zeppelin, then add voting, and fund control contracts to it.

I’ll be posting updates when it gets in good shape!


Hi I’m Joe,
Just now learning blockchain programming. Excited to be here. Open Zeppelin seems to be exactly what I’m looking for.
Are there any classes or course, I’m thinking Udemy style, to give me a quick start.


Hi All,

I’ve just joined the Zeppelin Research team, working from Melbourne, Australia. I’m excited to help this ecosystem grow quickly and safely.

When I’m not on the internet, I’m playing guitar, piano, saxophone or basketball.


Welcome to the community @Joe :wave:

A good place to start learning is the #general:guides-and-tutorials category.
We would appreciate your feedback on the guides, please let us know what could be better and what guides we are missing.

Feel free to open a topic in the #support category if you have any questions.

Look forward to hearing about your blockchain programming journey. :smiley:


Welcome @nikeshnazareth to the forum, and to the Zeppelin Research team.

Great to see people from Melbourne :australia: on the Zeppelin team.

See you around.

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Hello everyone. I was led here, somewhat indirectly, by @abcoathup posting a poll over on Peepeth.

I started blogging about crypto in the Autumn of 2017, but was on board well before then. Life (travel, career change) has kept me from blogging full time for quite a while, but I’m still steeped in the blockchain ecosystem. I’m a writer and a programmer, but it’s hard to do both well in the same day… After wrapping my head around things philosophically, I decided to focus on getting a more technical perspective.

I’m currently in the B9Labs blockstars program and hoping to be in Truffle University by ~ the end of the month.

Love the OpenZeppelin libraries and community spirit. Glad to be here.


Welcome @CallMeGwei to the Zeppelin community! :wave: Great to have you here.

Would appreciate any feedback you had on our #general:guides-and-tutorials as you continue to learn smart contract development.

I would recommend having a play with Ethernaut. It is a fun way to get yourself to learn more about smart contract security. There are multiple community solutions already, but you could also flex your writing skills and add to these.

Please feel free to ask any smart contract development questions you have in the forum (general or specific to OpenZeppelin and ZeppelinOS).

I know @CallMeGwei from his fantastic writing on Peepeth and his blog, and also had the pleasure of his company and friendship at #buidl_bali retreat.

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Welcome @CallMeGwei, great to have you here!

This would be awesome!

Cool! Mind telling us more about this? Feel free to open a thread to share your experience with the community :slight_smile:


Hi I’m Hassan Abdel-Rahman,
I’m a developer at Cardstack ( and we’re working on building out a decentralized multi-currency payment and billing network (amongst other things).



I’m Angel “Java” Lopez, software developer, interested in Blockchain technology, and Ethereum implementations. Currently, I’m working in RSK, an Argentinian startup building and running a blockchain based on Ethereum.

I’m from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

I’m using Zeppelin Solidity.

I expect to learn from and, maybe in the future, add value to the community


Welcome @habdelra to the community. Thanks for the intro.

Are you building an ERC777 token or looking to use them in Cardstack?

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Yes, most likely. Right now we have an ERC-20 token, but we’ll likely be upgrading it to an ERC-777. Additionally we have some contracts that we are developing that we want to be ERC-777 tokenRecipients.


Thanks @habdelra.

Is Cardstack token upgradeable or would you have to migrate?

If you have any feedback on the OpenZeppelin ERC777 implementation in the release candidate, we would greatly appreciate it.

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It’s a ZOS upgradable contract. Sure, I’ll definitely leave any feedback that I have. thanks!


Hi @ajlopez

Welcome to the community.

What are you currently working on at RSK?

Can you tell us what you are using OpenZeppelin or ZeppelinOS for?

For learning and adding value to the community a good place to start is going through the existing guides in the #general:guides-and-tutorials category and feedback on what we can improve on.

You can contribute to the Ethernaut or OpenZeppelin projects or learn by helping answer questions in the forum or write a guide in the #general:guides-and-tutorials category.

Great to have you here.

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