Over the last six months I've been contributing to OpenZeppelin. OpenZeppelin is a “battle-tested” open source framework comprised of reusable Ethereum smart contracts. The framework helps smart contract developers reduce the risk of vulnerabilities in their distributed applications (dapps) by using standard, tested, community-reviewed code. Today, its smart contracts power over $4.5 billion worth of digital assets.
The most significant contribution I've made so far has been the development of a secure smart contract that can be used to execute the auction of non-fungible tokens (NFTs):
Additionally, I recently wrapped up a project for Decentraland developing unit tests for their marketplace smart contract. Before that I worked with a financial company and helped them build a platform for tokenizing securities in a regulatory compliant manner.
I'm definitely having having wayy too much fun building dapps in this space :)
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