CORE AutumnTECH Blockchain
Our Ethereum BLOCKCHAIN dApp for decentralized storing of an email server IP address
The CORE AutumnTECH Ethereum Blockchain decentralized application (dApp) allows CORE AutumnTECH email servers a decentralized blockchain dApp for submitting email ‘spam’ sender’s IP address.
CORE AutumnTECH Contract Transactions on the Rinkeby TestNet: 0x653909812129804e6969Fd366036cB91634F0b04
CORE AutumnTECH Contract Transactions on the Ropsten TestNet: 0x6e3954bB9447eF184364c28F1653488e15BC3eA9
To use Ethereum DApps on the web, we recommend a browser add-on such as Metamask.
Platform: Ethereum Contract Version: 0.0.2
What is Ethereum?
Ethereum is a global, open-source platform for decentralized applications. On Ethereum, you can write code that controls digital value, runs exactly as programmed, and is accessible anywhere in the world.
What are Ethereum smart contracts?
A “smart contract” is simply a piece of code that is running on Ethereum. It’s called a “contract” because code that runs on Ethereum can control valuable things like ETH or other digital assets.
What is Proof of Work and Mining?
Ethereum currently uses a system called “Proof of Work”. This allows the Ethereum network to agree on the state of all information recorded on the Ethereum blockchain, and prevents certain kinds of economic attacks.
What are Ethereum Clients and Nodes?
The Ethereum network is made up of many nodes, each of which runs compatible client software. There are two clients that are used by a majority of nodes: Geth (written in Go) and Parity (written in Rust).
AutumnTECH can be engaged to assist in the training, development and support surrounding blockchain technology.
We can help with:
- Smart Contract Development using Solidity
- Development tool setup using Truffle and Python
- Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) setup using Remix
- Backend API setup and integration using Infura
- Understanding of the block explorer Etherscan
- Setup and management of Testnets and Faucets including Ropsten and Rinkeby
- Running your own Ethereum node using Geth
- Best Practices, Patterns, and Anti-patterns
- Developer Support & Training