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Tezos (XTZ) Deploying an Array of Smart Contracts Current Developments in Stove Labs and Simple Staking

June 13, 2020 Off By Steven Anderson

The Stove Labs on the Tezos Blockchain facilitate IPFS, ReasonML, Smart Contracts, Opensource, DAPPs, Tutorials and more.

The Stove Labs recently announced their excitement over the launch of Stove Lab’s Tezos Kitchen.  They are opening shortly to help facilitate learning new concepts with demo apps in the workshop format, understanding the basics of the Wiki and to use and ship microwave-ready solutions.

They have kept it open for users with additional suggestions and workshop ideas to let them know about the probable improvements they can contribute.

This work shop is focused towards absolute beginners who do not have any prior blockchain experience.  In the first work shop they are likely to be cooking a Notary service from scratch.  They have sought votes to decide on the format of the workshop.

Users opine that in the past smart contracts were developed like they were websites; however, since it is a trend where 500 lines of code will be able to control 500 million of value the development of smart contracts should be verified like they do with aerospace engineering and ensure safety is first.

The Stove Labs workshops are set to be powered by top tier infrastructure, which are provided with GigaNode by Bakenrolls and Everstake pool.

Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted:  “Tezos (XTZ) is backed by a wonderful community who facilitate support in the development, testing, and deployment of an array of smart contracts through their organized groups on Tezos Blockchain.”

Tezos (XTZ) Simple Staking

Simple Staking previously in 2019 received a grant from the Tezos Foundation to develop a Tezos Node which was to be written in the rustling.

Now, Simple Staking have announced that they are expanding the Tezos Node Explorer, stating that it will now be possible for users to view all of the data flowing through the nodes.  They can use filters to browse through logs, P2P messages and RPCs.

Previously, they have introduced a TezEdge Debugger tool, which is meant to intercept and record all the messages, which are passing through the P2P and RPC layers.  This is applicable for OCAML and the rustlang based on the Tezos Nodes.

The Tezos community from across the world are working meticulously on their intricate codes while lot of crazy stuff are happening out across the world.  While it is easy for the developers to use some escapism, they are not doing it during this time and they are trying to bring the level best out of each of their projects.

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