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  • Solidity is a contract-oriented, high-level language for implementing smart contracts.
  • Remix is a web browser based IDE that allows you to write Solidity smart contracts, then deploy and run the smart contracts.
  • On the next pages, we will first see a simple smart contract written in Solidity followed by the basics about blockchains and the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
  • The next section will explain several features of Solidity by giving useful example contracts Remember that you can always try out the contracts in your browser!
  • The last and most extensive section will cover all aspects of Solidity in depth.

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  • Berlin Blockchain Startups as of March2018 – To gain a better overview of the Berlin blockchain startup ecosystem, we have classified the projects into three layers: the infrastructure layer, the middleware layer and the decentralized application (dApp) layer.
  • Lisk is a blockchain application platform that lets you build and deploy blockchain applications using Javascript.Lisk has a mainchain / sidechain approach to easier scale the networkLisk has an active community and recently relaunched.BigchainDB is one of the early projects in the crypto scene in Berlin and one of our…
  • OST is a protocol for consumer-app tokenization and an ERC-20 utility token that allows any consumer-facing marketplace to design, launch, and manage their own branded tokens on open, scalable side-chains without the costs, risks, and complexity associated with blockchain technology.OST, the company behind Simple Token have recently invested $5M into…
  • Bitwala aims to offer a banking service which merges crypto and fiat.The Bitwala wallet enables easy bitcoin payments in a secure and convenient way.Bitwala started in Berlin in 2014; the founders have been active in the blockchain space even since 2012.
  • They clearly belong to the early pioneers of the Berlin ecosystem!Blockchain companies live decentralization in everyaspectIf you are wondering about the distribution of decentralized teams in the blockchain space, you might be interested in the Global Connectedness Index from Startup Genome.

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