This workshop is a guided hands-on session for cross-blockchain application development on top of atomic-swaps. For the execution of the atomic swap we will use C( )MIT, an open source protocol enabling the trustless exchange of digital assets (https://github.com/comit-network/comit-rs).
The workshop will first introduce you to C( )MIT’s Hello-World example. We will then extend the simple example together to build a simple DEX.
• Hello-World example, which steps you through an atomic swap of Bitcoin to Ether using C( )MIT;
• Introduction to the C( )MIT API;
• Build a simple DEX on top of C( )MIT using Typescript;
The main coding language of the workshop is Typescript. However, anybody with coding experience is welcome to join.
Requirements for participants:
Bring your own laptop and have installed:
• node-js 10+
• yarn (recommended)
• Linux/Mac recommended
To help cover the costs of food/drink, please bring a donation. Recommended $20/$10 note if you can, or almost can, afford it. (no worries if you can't)
• Workshops are often recorded for educational purposes and to eventually put online. Attendance is taken as consent.
• PSA: Please be mindful of open source and open community etiquettes. (eg, attributing the source of works that you build upon, and not "stealing" another person's project/idea for commercial gains)
• Meet 10 minutes before the start at 16:50, in the lobby of 155 Clarence Street, Sydney
• If arriving later, please ping the BokkyPooBah's Ethereum Workshop Chat (https://t.me/joinchat/Ep-XOkwa_umKWXXRBGBVVQ) group and someone will come down to get you
• There will be some refreshments. Donations to cover expenses: $20 (those who can afford it), $10 (those who can almost afford it), $0 (those who really cannot afford it).
• The topic details for these workshops can change up to the last minute
• If you have successfully RSVPed or are on the waitlist, please review your RSVP status and cancel your RSVP/waitlist ASAP if you cannot make it to free up the spot for other people
• People from YBF Sydney do not have to RSVP