Tezos (XTZ) Blockchain Programming Taught for Free by BlockmaticsMay 22, 2020
Blockmatics recently tweeted, stating that the first half of their SmartPy_io course is live. The course is focused on helping developers learn to program on the Tezos blockchain for free.
Tezos India Foundation tweeted: “Tezos India Foundation, in collaboration with @GdgGwalior, and Devclub @iitdelhi, presents #Blockchain 101 on #Tezos: A 2-day long Blockchain workshop to help you beat your lockdown blues.”
Those who are willing to participate in the Webinar should fill in the linked form to register to confirm their presence for the event.
Tezos Retweeted a tweet from a self-taught Tezos developer which read, “I am working on a simple interface that allows people to create FA1.2 tokens and play around with them on the #Tezos blockchain. Its goal is to help people better understand how they work. It will be done very soon and deployed to Carthagenet.”
Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert, tweeted: “Tezos have been recently warning about how there is no AirDrop by Tezos to alert the community to keep away from being a prey to scammers.”
Tezos (XTZ) Highest Possible Client Base
Banco BTG Pactual, one of the largest private investment banks in Latin America, is moving some of their real estate-backed security tokens over to the Tezos blockchain.
Andre Portilho, head of digital assets at BTG Pactual, remarked, “We don’t want to be tied to just one blockchain. Because clearly, I cannot tell which blockchain will prevail. We want to have other options, other blockchains that might serve better the pieces of tokenization and issuing tokens that represent real assets.”
The bank is focusing on trying to achieve the highest possible client base. They previously wanted to work with some other service provider; however, further, they decided they want to understand the ins and outs of digital tokens and therefore decided to do it by themselves.
A lot is happening on the Tezos blockchain, with the very active community members doing their best at each stage.
There was a new article about how oracles and inter-contract invocations on Tezos is possible using the Ligo language. At the moment, there is a lot of discussion going on about Oracles. And, Tezos community has contributed their share, also focusing on how to integrate it with one’s smart contracts.
The Coinlist Hackathon recently clarified on what one should know before beginning to develop on Tezos and about managing contracts by using just the browser. Projects and processes are moving to the stage next.