Today, we’re launching a new series of articles on memory enhancement, starting with a short overview of how our memory works and the basic training you can undergo to improve it.
In this article, I will tell about my participation in the first (out of two so far) Telegram blockchain contest. I didn't win any prize. However, decided to combine and share the unique experience from the start to finish line, so my observations could help anyone who is interested.
Since I didn't want to write some abstract code, instead make something useful. I created instant lottery smart-contract and website which shows smart-contract data directly from Telegram Open Network (TON) avoiding transitional storage.
The article will be particularly useful for those, who want to write their first smart-contract in TON but has difficulties where to start.
Using the lottery smart-contract as an example, I will show the path from the environment set up till publication of the smart-contract and its interaction. Moreover, I will create a website that will show smart-contract data. This website can be used to extract and publish data.
“In 1665, Cambridge University closed because of the plague. Issac Newton decided to work from home. He discovered calculus & the laws of motion.”
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