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Generate NFTs based on user's personality

Generate NFTs based on user's personality

October 17, 2021

There are so much going on this October. I have two Bootcamps going on at the same time, a two-week-long project, the ETHOnline hackathon and a new start in my career! I am also trying to sell my iPad Pro and a brunch of scammers approached me… gave me a headache. Btw, let’s get into today’s topic. The half-finished hackathon solo project that I had recently submitted lol! If you want to have a look, here is the demo I deployed on to Fleek.
About Retroactive Public Goods Funding

About Retroactive Public Goods Funding

September 19, 2021

Karl and Vitalik talked about retroactive public goods funding on the recent EthOnline click-off ceremony. This idea was raised as we learnt there are lot of coin voting failures, such as the one with EOS and the Hive fork. The idea of retroactive public goods funding is fund only goes to the public good that showing to have an actual impact. Instead of funding public goods ahead of time, and hope that it’s going to do some good over time.
How I learn Rust

How I learn Rust

September 19, 2021

From my observation, Rust is a really popular language in not only blockchain but also areas such as gaming where high performance is required. Many of my favourite projects are written in Rust, and it is frustrating when I can’t understand the language… 🥲 This is also my main driving force to study Rust. I came across few resources on the Rust official site. Making sure that I subscribe to official updates and newsletters.
Learn how to write a STARK prover from scratch in Python

Learn how to write a STARK prover from scratch in Python

September 18, 2021

Starkware is one of the projects that are always on my watch list. Today, I finally have some spare time to go over one of their stark 101 tutorials to write a stark prover from scratch. The tutorial is a great material to understand the proving mechanism, in which the verifier is succinct logarithmically using a small amount of computation and the prover is proving in a quasi-linear to achieve efficiency on both sides.
Is decentralised online court possible?

Is decentralised online court possible?

September 14, 2021

I have been brainstorming ideas lately for the Consensys' Bootcamp final project. This final project is an individual project where students are required to build their own Dapp (decentralised application). NFT is such a hot topic lately that many of my classmates are planning to build NFTs related applications. I am personally interested in the topic of privacy, however, it requires mature zero-knowledge infrastructure and study research papers. It doesn’t sound too realistic that a newbie can achieve it at this point in time.