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The ERC20 Token protocol became popular with crowdfunding companies via initial coin offering (ICO) and they are now having success in DeFi (Decentralised Finance) projects like Uniswap.

Initial Coin Offerings have become extremely popular ways to raise funds while avoiding the regulatory restrictions of fiat financing.
The majority of ICOs are based on Ethereum as a platform, and more specifically on Ethereum’s Smart Contracts.
Shares in ICO projects are usually sold for ETH or BTC, and awarded in the form of tokens (also known as ERC20 tokens).

So while we’re used to seeing and dealing with ERC20 tokens, few people…


Create a BEP20 Token in less than a minute with the new Smart Contract Generator for Binance Smart Chain.

No login. No setup. No coding required.

Spoiler: use https://vittominacori.github.io/bep20-generator/

What is a Token?

A Token is a Smart Contract representing digital assets that can have value and can be sent and received. Smart Contracts are applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. These apps run on a custom built Blockchain, an enormously powerful shared global infrastructure that can move value around and represent the ownership of property.

What is an BEP20 Token?

BEP20 defines the implementation of APIs for token smart contracts. It is proposed by deriving the ERC20 protocol of Ethereum and provides the basic functionality to transfer…


Create an ERC20 Token in less than a minute with the most used Smart Contract Generator for ERC20 Token.

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Watch a video tutorial on how to use ERC20 Token Generator to create an ERC20 Token

What is a Token?

A Token is a Smart Contract representing digital assets that can have value and can be sent and received. Smart Contracts are applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. These apps run on a custom built Blockchain, an enormously powerful shared global infrastructure that can move value around and represent the ownership of property.

ERC20 Tokens run on the Ethereum Blockchain. The ERC20 Token protocol…


What a DAO is and how it can be used in your DAPP

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What is a DAO?

A DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) can be seen as the most complex form of a Smart Contract, where the bylaws of the decentralized organization are embedded into the code of the Smart Contract, using complex token governance rules.

At today’s evolutionary stage, a DAO materializes as a Smart Contract (a piece of code) executed on top of a distributed networking and consensus technology like the Ethereum blockchain or similar blockchains.

The idea of a decentralized organization takes the concept of traditional organizations and decentralizes it. Instead of a hierarchical structure managed by a set of humans interacting in person and…


The simplest way to suggest adding your Token

Every time people ask me how to add their token to MetaMask it means to explain where to paste their token address (if they know what their token address is), what the symbol is, what decimals are, why they should be 18 and many other things.

So, since MetaMask now supports EIP 747, which defines a way for sites to suggest an asset to their users’ wallet to track, I decided to build a DApp to do that in the simplest way.

By using the DApp you can create a link for your token and share it with your users.

How to build your token page to suggest adding it to MetaMask?


The simplest way to get notified via email when you receive Ethereum or tokens in your decentralized wallet

When you create a wallet by using MyEtherWallet, MyCrypto, MetaMask, geth or any other decentralized client, nobody asks you about your email.

It’s right, because of it means that you own your private key as supposed to be and you don’t need anything else, but, it also means that nobody will notify you when you receive Ethereum or any other token.

No problem. Etherscan will help you.

Etherscan is a Block Explorer and API provider for Ethereum. It allows you to explore and search the Ethereum blockchain for transactions, addresses, tokens, prices and other activities taking place on Ethereum.

Etherscan also has an Address Watch List


CryptoGift is an ERC721 NFT Token and Marketplace to buy and give away an Ethereum based Collectible Gift.

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Have you never heard about Crypto Collectibles, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) or, technically, ERC721 Ethereum Tokens?

Basically they are unique and distinguishable tokens which have individual traits and identities.

As per official definition “NFTs can represent ownership over digital or physical assets” like:

  • Physical property (houses, unique artwork)
  • Virtual collectables (unique pictures of kittens, collectable cards)
  • “Negative value” assets (loans, burdens and other responsibilities)

How ERC721 works?

As defined in the official ERC721 proposal, they have a set of functions to handle transfers and token ownership.

Below the standard token and receiver interface. …


The story of the ERC1363's birth

Each of you have surely already heard of ERC20 tokens.
In this article I will discuss how they could be used for real life payments and why I’m building the ERC1363 Payable Token.
Here you can find the ERC1363 EIP and implementation.

What are ERC20 tokens?

As EIP 20 says:

ERC20 provides basic functionality to transfer tokens, as well as allow tokens to be approved so they can be spent by another on-chain third party.

So basically you can use tokens to represent any fungible tradable good: coins, loyalty points, in-game points, etc.

Here the standard ERC20 definition:

ERC20 interface definition

Here a basic…

Vittorio Minacori

Web and Blockchain Developer

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