Smart Contracts With Solidity: Ethereum and NFTs
Learn the basics of programming Smart Contracts for Ethereum with Solidity!
What you will learn
Create Smart Contracts from scratch with Solidity.
Know the Smart Contracts programming variables and modifiers.
Use Solidity data structures: structs, arrays and mappings.
Create loops (for and while) and logical conditions.
Develop Solidity advanced functions.
Create a Smart Contracts factory.
Develop and sell NFTs.
Create projects with ERC-20 tokens.
Do you want to learn how to create your own Smart Contracts?
Do you feel like selling NFTs created by yourself?
Are you an entrepreneur who wants to transform your business with the power of blockchain technology but don't know how to go about it?
If the answer to any of these questions is Yes, then this course is for you!
Blockchain is one of the most cutting-edge technology fields that everyone wants to be in and blockchain is changing people's lives just like electricity did 100 years ago. The words Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum are increasingly present in the lives of all of us and the cryptocurrency revolution is already a reality.
This course is unique, as it has been designed for you to learn how to program Smart Contracts, NFTs and ERC-20 Tokens. It covers everything you need to become an expert in programming Smart Contracts in Ethereum with Solidity.
In the course we will focus on several blocks:
BLOCK 1 - Solidity Fundamentals: You will learn the basics of Solidity programming.
BLOCK 2 - NFTs: You will learn how to create projects with NFTs.
BLOCK 3 - ERC20: You will learn how to develop payment environments with ERC-20 tokens.
You will have access to all course material and even have a course completion certificate at the end of the course!
NOTE: This is an intermediate-level video course designed for people who wish to improve their knowledge and skills as blockchain developers.
It requires the student to have a basic understanding of blockchain programming in order to be most effectively understood. As a result, it is highly recommended that students have previously taken and successfully completed the Blockchain Programming Fundamentals: Ethereum and Solidity course as there will be multiple programming opportunities throughout the course.
I'll see you inside the class!