Exquisite smart contracts

Experience secure and transparent applications powered by Ethereum's blockchain technology.

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Secure decentralized smart contracts

Unlock the power of decentralized smart contracts with our secure and transparent platform.

  • Smart contracts automate the execution of agreements without the need for intermediaries such as lawyers, banks, or escrow services.

  • Reach a global audience without the need for complex legal frameworks or international banking systems.

  • Explore innovative use cases and business models that were previously not feasible or practical

Frequently Asked questions

The smart contracts domain has a lot to offer and is not yet fully explored. As they are one of the driving forces of WEB3, let us shed some light on some frequently asked topics below

What is a smart contract?

A smart contract is a small piece of code deployed on a distributed ledger called blockchain network. It allows trusted transactions between pseudonymous parties without the need of a central authority.

Why would I use a smart contract?

By their own definition, transactions governed by a smart contract provide consistency, transparency and traceability. Moreover, the smart contract code is immutable and will be on the blockchain to stay, ensuring reliability and trustworthiness.

Can it replace just any app?

A smart contract is designed to complement current apps in scenarios like governance, digital ownership, voting and so on. Having a small footprint, a smart contract has its own limits, for instance it cannot replace an SPA app.

How do I benefit from interacting with a smart contract?

There are lots of benefits, out of which worth mentioning are the accuracy and transparency. Speed can also be a factor when it comes to automating manual tasks. By eliminating the need and cost of intermediaries we can also say that a smart contract is also efficient. Last but not least, since a smart contract is stored in the blockchain it provides a high level of security.

Why Ethereum?

Ethereum was the first blockchain network designed with smart contracts in mind. Moreover, it's still the second largest cryptocurrency around and therefore has a large community. The EVM machine ensures execution of code in a safe manner and ensures the system cannot be cheated.

What networks do you support?

For testing our smart contracts we use the Sepolia network. Contracts deployed in production run on Arbitrum network due to speed and also costs associated to deploying the contracts. If necessary, we consider also Mainnet in the future.

What wallets do you support?

Currently, we support Metamask and Coinbase Wallet. There is also the WalletConnect configured, however it has not been tested thoroughly, so it may have glitches.

What is WEB3 in essence?

In essence, WEB3 is the next iteration of internet which relies on decentralization and empowering users to have control over the data they expose on the wire. It's also about a trustless environment where cryptographic blockchain and code behind the smart contracts intertwine to make sure security, transparency and fairness.

How can I start cherishing the WEB3 advantages?

Basically, you just need to have a digital crypto wallet address. There are many out there, for starters we recommend you to use Metamask or Coinbase Wallet. Make sure you follow the instructions correctly and that you properly safeguard the wallet recovery key. After all, in WEB3, responsibility is passed on to you, not a central authority.

Where can I find more info?

If you are yearning for more information, a good website is the official Ethereum Foundation DAPP page. If you want to get even deeper into technical stuff, you can read the whitepaper here.