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Solidity News Thursday, March 8 Evm version, Target evm version, Initial coin offerings & more…

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  • ethereum/solidity
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • EVM version, target EVM version, gas estimator reports, open source community, regular function calls
  • Introducing CoinIgniter: Start your ICO in minutes – CoinIgniter –
    • Traditional Crowdfunding has been around for quite some time now, but of late, it is not the only crowdfunding method; Cryptocurrency has become all the hype these days, and with good reason. ICOs…
    • Initial Coin Offerings, Flex funding option, campaign funding option, built-in social media, Main Ethereum network
  • Mastering Shitcoins: The Poor Man’s Guide to Getting Crypto Rich
    • You had dreams of telling your boss where to shove it while you drove off in your shiny new pink Cadillac looking for the meaning of life but it didn’t happen. Maybe you sat on the sidelines waiting…
    • coins, money, utility coins, universal reward coins, crypto bubble
  • Also, the gas estimator reports different costs for the opcodes depending on the version and thus the optimizer might generate different code.
  • We especially thank all our open source community contributors: – – This ensures that functions marked as or (previously ) cannot modify the state.
  • This is especially important if you call unknown code via a generic interface and you cannot be sure whether the function modifies the state or not.
  • Variables are no longer valid in the whole function and even before they were declared as in JavaScript, but instead only in the / -enclosed block where they are declared and only starting after their declaration.
  • Currently, the stack slot reserved for the variable still spans the whole function, but this is planned to be improved for the next release.

Tags: EVM version, target EVM version, gas estimator reports, open source community, regular function calls

  • Introducing CoinIgniter: Start your ICO inminutesTraditional Crowdfunding has been around for quite some time now, but of late, it is not the only crowdfunding method; Cryptocurrency has become all the hype these days, and with good reason.
  • ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) are becoming a successful and more convenient method for startups to raise funds from online investors.
  • CoinIgniter, as the name indicates, is the platform that enables startups to create their own tokens without having to write a single line of code.
  • Create a token and choose a name and symbol for it.Upload a White Paper that explains the business model of the project.Tell your story in crisp free images, text and videos.Deploy your SmartToken with a click of the mouse.Promote your ICO website to raise funds.CoinIgniter will also provide you a…
  • CoinIgniter is live and is ready to to deploy your tokens on Main Ethereum network.

Tags: Initial Coin Offerings, Flex funding option, campaign funding option, built-in social media, Main Ethereum network

  • If you never made more than $25,000 a year in your whole life, than $100,000 is a lot of extra money.
  • Up until now its been the exclusive right of people with lots and lots of money to invest in early stage companies.
  • Other coins like Dash have good momentum.
  • Monero, Zcash, and Zcoin are good examples, as is PIVX another underappreciated dark horse that started as a fork of DASH but has evolved into its own system and incorporates the Zero Coin protocol.
  • I had a chance to meet with one of the top VCs in the country last week, an early investor in this space, and he told me that 90% of his crypto holdings are in Ethereum.

Tags: coins, money, utility coins, universal reward coins, crypto bubble

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