In this workshop, we’ll be learning about Ethereum Tokens. What is the difference between ETH and Tokens? What is an ERC-20 and ERC-721 token? How do you make a token?
The answer to these questions is actually quite simple. We’ll use the OpenZeppelin token standards to create tokens of our own and you’ll see that tokens are simply smart contracts that you can create with a few lines of code.
This workshop is intended for people with a programming background as we will be coding. Smart contract development experience is not required, but helpful. For the sake of time, we will not be doing an introduction to blockchain.
Solidity is a programming language used to write smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. These smart contracts are executed on the Ethereum Virtual Machine to create decentralized, immutable applications.
6:30pm- snacks and introductions
7:00pm- workshops starts
This workshop is FREE OF CHARGE. Our classes are for women or people who identify as a woman. Please bring your laptop.
Thank you to Spring Labs for providing snacks and a space for us to host our workshops! Spring Labs is a blockchain startup that is building a decentralized network for identity and credit to serve as the foundation for a more transparent, secure, and efficient delivery of financial services.
4551 Glencove Ave, Suite 100
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
- The building is the one on the right when you enter the campus (4551)
- Once inside, turn left at the hallway, and we are the last door on the left at the end of the hallway
Parking: Free street parking (and plenty of it). There is no validation for parking should anyone choose to park in the parking lot.
Kseniya Lifanova is a co-founder and software developer at Upstate Interactive, LLC. She has been working on smart contract development since 2017 and wants to share what she has learned with other female developers.
Shanee Dinay is a DevOps engineer at Spring Labs, a blockchain hobbyist, and a rock climber.