All submissions must contain clear and concise information with explicit instruction and images describing each step required to execute the process. An accompanying video in addition to the written content is highly desired.
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You will be provided with resources (if available) as an aid to help you get started. The sole act of submitting content for the bounty does not automatically qualify you for the bounty. Our team will review all submissions and will choose the submission whose content best fits the needs and requirements of the bounty.
Only one participant will be selected as the winner for the bounty, and they will be notified within 7 working days after the bounty has ended.
Amount of Bounty
Grant Sponsor: XDC Foundation. All monies paid will be in XDC.
What will you be creating?
You will be creating how to documentation for the XDC Network. Some documentation has already been created, and you will read through it to ensure it works as intended, reads clearly or if it needs better clarfication, then make those changes. Those items without documentation will be created from scratch. Documentation will have images that describe or represents what's being done or described in your tutorial.
Creating, Deploying, and Interacting with an XRC20 token using Brownie
Brownie is a Python-based development and testing framework for smart contracts targeting the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
What you will learn
In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up Brownie and use it to build, test and deploy a XRC20 Token on both the XDC Network mainnet and XDC Apothem testnet.
What you will do
- Install and setup Brownie
- Create an XRC20 token
- Compile the XRC20 token
- Deploy the XRC20 token
- Interact with the XRC20 token
Setting up the development environment
- Creating a project (with images)
- Checking the XRC20 token (sample code with images preferred)
- Setting up the XRC20 token contract
- Compiling the XRC20 token contract
- Testing the XRC20 token contract (where is the contract going to be tested...a link will be great)
Deploying an XRC20 token contract on the XDC Network
- Add funds to wallet using Apothem Faucet
- Walk user through deployment process with screenshots
- Validate smart contract deployment via Apothem network explorer
- For consistency please use the same sample project used by the Remix, Truffle, and Hardhat how-to articles.
Total Prize of Bounty
Total sum of up to $500.00 USD worth of XDC for this event, reward amount assigned at judge's discretion.
This event will be an ongoing collaboration to create "how to" documentation for the XDC Network. All documentation will be open source and uploaded here:
These are some of the resources you have available to you where you will find the necessary information to complete your submission.
Apothem Test Network
Sample of Documentation