• Near RPC Providers

    We are collaborating with the NEAR Foundation to build a JSON RPC provider that can be used with the ethers.js library. Written in TypeScript, and with support for multiple ECMAScript (Javascript) versions.

    What’s under the hood?

    The Near RPC Provider is an extension over a regular JsonRpcProvider which is a popular method for interacting with the blockchain. A Provider in ethers is a read-only abstraction that allows users to access blockchain data. It makes it easy to initialize and contain methods that allow sending a request directly to the Near RPC, return a signed transaction, get validator status, contract state, contract code and many more.

    What value does it bring to the NEAR community?

    This provider helps widen the number of Near RPC providers available to the community. It would furthermore allow developers to interact with the NEAR network. This project would allow developers to scale applications seamlessly expanding the network’s capacity.

  • 0L

    Open Libra is a new chain that aims to change the way wealth is distributed among token holders and organizations. We are currently working on several projects to improve the adoption of this new blockchain. A Typescript library to facilitate the connection between 0L RPC and Dapps, Running a 0L validator and delegation 50% of the token mined to charity organizations and translating the whitepaper and tokenomics of 0L to Spanish to increase the LATAM adoption of this new blockchain.

    What’s under the hood?

    The team currently runs a validator for the Open Libra network, a permissionless and community-governed protocol. The team is also a part of the Engineering Tool Scrubbers Guild. The Guild was designed to help people learn Rust, move, and OL architecture. It would also focus on building and maintaining core tools in the OL network. The Blockcoders team is a part of the Guild. Read more about the Guild here.

    What value does it bring to the NEAR community?

    This community-driven project powers a number of use cases important at the start of a network. Namely, it is useful for anyone that wants to run a community program. In this case, an entity or a person is seeking to accomplish a goal or a project and is asking for donations. It allows all users to be able to participate meaningfully and on equal footing with a protocol.

  • NFT functionality made easy in Harmony

    The Harmony Marketplace SDK open source library that will enable the development of Marketplaces on Harmony via the matic.js ERC721 interface on the Polygon network. The SDK is designed for NFTs in the Harmony platform that makes it easy to mint, claim, burn and even transfer any NFT to other chains like Ethereum or Binance. The SDK should be the starting point for marketplaces or platforms from Harmony that want a set of tools to easily integrate the NFT functionality.

    What’s under the hood?

    The library based on harmony-js provides a collection of interfaces to interact with HRC721, HRC1155 and any Smart Contracts that extend those standards. This SDK is super easy to use(Node and browser) and install with npm. It provides three implementation of wallet which help to create a Signer from a private key or mnemonic effortlessly. It also provides a collection of interfaces to interact with HRC20, HRC721, HRC1155, and BridgeToken API.

    What value does it bring to the Harmony community?

    This project is to make NFTs usable in the Harmony platform and to achieve widespread adoption. This project will also serves as a jumping-off point for developers coming from other ecosystems, such as Ethereum or Polygon, with the goal of improving NFT development on Harmony.

  • Ink Explorer

    Ink Explorer enables Polkadot ecosystem members to monitor pending transactions across several parameters and gain meaningful insights. The goal of this project is to have a quick way to start a node that can be used as an explorer to get live and old data for specific contracts or addresses.

    What’s under the hood?

    Ink Explorer uses polkadot.js to communicate with the Substrate / Polkadot networks. It receives blockchain and Ink module events and stores them in its own PostgreSQL database. The backend exposes an API for interacting with the database and running fast queries to obtain specific information in a short period of time. Setting up your local development environment is made easy with Node.js.and Docker. Environment variables configuration is available for GraphQL, the PostgreSQL database, Node and the RPC url of the Substrate Blockchain. Once the service is up and running, an API is provided by using GraphQL queries. This provides queries to retrieve the status of the application, the block and transactions by hash and events by address.

    What value does it bring to the Substrate/Polkadot community?

    This project is about developing an open-source smart contract explorer to reach more Ink developers with the popularity of smart contracts on substrate-based chains. This project supports English and Spanish language and can be run in Javascipt(AWS, Azure or GCloud) environment.

  • Abstract

    Abstract offers a wide range of services to both new and existing CosmWasm projects. Abstract allows developers to choose from the carefully curated library or create their own with our SDK. Abstract aims to be the Andriod OS of the decentralized web and is currently in beta. The Platform allows users to create and monetize decentralized applications using modules. The Blockcoders team helped with its amazing frontends and has been actively involved with Abstract at all levels.

    What’s under the hood?

    Abstract is deployed on and runs a high-quality multi-party-signature validator for Juno Network. Abstract provides an integration testing library allowing you to test your infrastructure, plug-and-play modules for customization, and version management for new features. Abstract has some other projects like the BOOT, validator tools, and the cosmwasm typescript gen.

    What value does it bring to the Substrate/Polkadot community?

    It brings ease to CosmWasm smart contract deployment and testing, making iterations over smart contracts better. Abstract is building a modular smart contract framework allowing its users to put together smart-contract components to build systems that fit their specific needs.