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OpenZeppelin - A Framework to build secure smart contracts on Ethereum

  •    Javascript

OpenZeppelin is a library for writing secure Smart Contracts on Ethereum. With OpenZeppelin, you can build distributed applications, protocols and organizations. It is meant to provide secure, tested and audited code to enable the new generation of distributed applications, protocols and organizations. OpenZeppelin is a community effort to reduce the hurdle to develop and use them.

mythril - Security analysis tool for Ethereum smart contracts

  •    Python

Mythril is a security analysis tool for Ethereum smart contracts. It uses concolic analysis, taint analysis and control flow checking to detect a variety of security vulnerabilities. See the Wiki for more detailed instructions.

smart-contract-best-practices - A guide to smart contract security best practices

  •    HTML

Feel free to submit a pull request, with anything from small fixes, to full new sections. If you are writing new content, please reference the contributing page for guidance on style. See the issues for topics that need to be covered or updated. If you have an idea you'd like to discuss, please chat with us in Gitter.

ethereumbook - Mastering Ethereum, by Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Gavin Wood

  •    Javascript

Mastering Ethereum is a book for developers, offering a guide to the operation and use of the Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, RootStock (RSK) and other compatible EVM-based open blockchains. This repository contains the draft of the book, currently in progress, scheduled for publication in Q4'2018 by O'Reilly Media. The publication date has been delayed, unfortunately, due to some personal issues. Expect to see content developed and pushed here in Q1 and Q2 2018.




tezos - A self-amending cryptographic ledger

  •    OCaml

Tezos is a distributed consensus platform with meta-consensus capability. Tezos not only comes to consensus about the state of its ledger, like Bitcoin or Ethereum. It also attempts to come to consensus about how the protocol and the nodes should adapt and upgrade. The Tezos Alpha (test) network has been live and open since February 2017.

mythril-classic - Mythril Classic: Security analysis tool for Ethereum smart contracts

  •    Python

Mythril Classic is an open-source security analysis tool for Ethereum smart contracts. It uses concolic analysis, taint analysis and control flow checking to detect a variety of security vulnerabilities. If you a smart contract developer who wants convenience and comprehensive results, you should be using MythX, our next-gen smart contract security API that integrates with Truffle Framework and other development environments.

Truffle - The most popular Ethereum development framework

  •    Javascript

Truffle is the most popular development framework for Ethereum with a mission to make your life a whole lot easier.

Corda - Open source blockchain project, designed for business from the start

  •    Kotlin

Corda is an open source blockchain project, designed for business from the start. Only Corda allows you to build interoperable blockchain networks that transact in strict privacy. Corda's smart contract technology allows businesses to transact directly, with value. The smart contract can be written in Java and other JVM languages. It is a flow framework to manage communication and negotiation between participants.


Embark - Framework for serverless Decentralized Applications using Ethereum, IPFS and other platforms

  •    Javascript

Embark is a framework that allows you to easily develop and deploy Decentralized Applications (DApps). A Decentralized Application is a serverless html5 application that uses one or more decentralized technologies. Embark currently integrates with EVM blockchains (Ethereum), Decentralized Storages (IPFS), and Decentralized communication platforms (Whisper and Orbit). Swarm is supported for deployment.

uniswap-v2-core - 🎛 Core smart contracts of Uniswap V2

  •    TypeScript

In-depth documentation on Uniswap V2 is available at uniswap.org. The built contract artifacts can be browsed via unpkg.com.

uniswap-v2-periphery - 🎚 Peripheral smart contracts for interacting with Uniswap V2

  •    Solidity

In-depth documentation on Uniswap V2 is available at uniswap.org. The built contract artifacts can be browsed via unpkg.com.

uniswap-v3-core - 🦄 🦄 🦄 Core smart contracts of Uniswap v3

  •    TypeScript

This repository contains the core smart contracts for the Uniswap V3 Protocol. For higher level contracts, see the uniswap-v3-periphery repository. This repository is subject to the Uniswap V3 bug bounty program, per the terms defined here.

stacks - Stacks ecosystem overview.

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The Stacks blockchain brings predictable smart contracts and decentralized apps to Bitcoin. >> Read the Stacks 2.0 whitepaper. >> See the Stacks 2.0 overview slides.

remix-project - Remix is a browser-based compiler and IDE that enables users to build Ethereum contracts with Solidity language and to debug transactions

  •    Javascript

Remix Project is a platform for development tools that use a plugin architecture. It encompasses sub-projects including Remix Plugin Engine, Remix Libraries, and of course Remix IDE. Remix IDE is an open source web and desktop application. It fosters a fast development cycle and has a rich set of plugins with intuitive GUIs. Remix is used for the entire journey of contract development with Solidity language in as well as being a playground for learning and teaching Ethereum.

web3j - Connect Java and Android apps to the Ethereum blockchain

  •    Java

web3j is a lightweight, reactive, type safe Java and Android library for integrating with clients (nodes) on the Ethereum network. This allows you to work with the Ethereum blockchain, without the additional overhead of having to write your own integration code for the platform.

go-genesis - A blockchain platform with a simplified programming language

  •    Go

A blockchain platform with a simplified programming language






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