How to Deploy a Smart Contract to Polygon in Brownie

This article will look at deploying a smart contract to Polygon using Brownie.  What is Polygon? Polygon is “a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks” (https://polygon.technology/). It started as Matic Network in 2017 to solve Ethereum’s scalability and user experience issues by using an ​off/side chain scaling solution. In 2021, … Read more

Ethereum Smart Contracts and EVM

In the previous posts, we developed simple smart contracts, deployed them using Remix or Truffle, and interacted with them using JSON-RPC interface providers such as using web3.py or web3.js. In this post, we shall take a closer examination into how a smart contract works on the Ethereum blockchain at the grass root. More precisely, we … Read more

How Does the ERC-20 Token Work?

What is an ERC-20 token? An ERC-20 token is a smart contract on Ethereum that implements the methods and events specified in the ERC-20 standard. It is designed to be used as a fungible token, meaning each instance (or unit) of a token has the same value as another instance of the same token. It … Read more

Create Web Frontend using Brownie react-mix

In this article, we continue exploring the functionality of Brownie, a smart contract development and testing framework for Solidity and Vyper. We created a simple smart contract in the previous tutorials and deployed it to the Ropsten testnet. Please check the following articles if you haven’t done so. Brownie – Smart Contracts in Python How … Read more

Brownie – Smart Contracts in Python

This is an introductory article to Brownie, a smart contract development and testing framework for Solidity and Vyper, especially with Python developers in mind.  We first start with the installation process and then create a project with a simple smart contract. We will look at how to interact with the smart contract on a local … Read more