What is OpenZeppelin?

Overview of a framework, designed to built secure smart contracts on Ethereum
11 December 2017   3408

OpenZeppelin is a library for writing secure Smart Contracts on Ethereum.

With OpenZeppelin, you can build distributed applications, protocols and organizations:

  • using common contract security patterns 
  • in the Solidity language.

According to the developers, these are main advatages of OpenZeppelin framework:

  • Focused on security
    • Using industry standard contract security patterns and best practices.
  • Modular approach
    • Simple code, only basics. Easy collaboration and auditing.
  • Open source
    • Community driven. Used by multiple organizations and individuals. 

Also, according to the team, $1.5B worth of digital assets powered by OpenZeppelin smart contracts.

Learn more at GitHub.

Chrome 73 Released

Now the Android version of popular browser has Lite page mode that speeds up website download and reduces traffic consumption
13 March 2019   197

Google has released another update Chrome.

  • The Android application has Lite pages mode for optimizing pages, speeding up their loading and reducing traffic, as well as a new download manager.
  • Settings for account management and synchronization are collected in a separate section - Sync and Google services.
  • Improved video mode “picture in picture”. A floating window can now make web applications (PWA): chat rooms, instant messengers, video conferencing. And added the button "Skip advertising".
  • It is forbidden to load external resources in scripts provided by extensions. Extension developers now need to use background handlers.

The previous version was released in late January.