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AllCode releases Walk Pro – An Augmented-Reality iOS Mobile Application

By |December 6th, 2018|

This week, AllCode released Walk Pro for El Cavalho, an augmented-reality iOS mobile application used to count horse strides.
Walk Pro gives equestrians a competitive advantage by using augmented-reality to survey their surroundings to get the most accurate stride count possible. Inclines, declines, wet surfaces, and hard or soft ground are observed and accounted for in […]

Introducing NEO Flux – The Lightweight C# NEO API Server

By |October 1st, 2018|

NEO Flux aims to be the first lightweight C# NEO API server

AllCode has started publishing to our neo-flux github repository.

https://github.com/MobileAWS/neo-flux

AllCode started working on neo-flux after incurring pain with neo-python due to neo-python’s requirement that the NEO production or test blockchain be synchronized in order to make use of it. neo-flux is based upon on the […]

Pareto Network’s ERC20 Smart Contract Audit Report

By |August 27th, 2018|

# 1. Introduction

This document is a security audit of Pareto Network’s ERC-20 token contract supporting their decentralized ecosystem.

The scope of the security audit was restricted to:

* Scan the contracts listed above for generic security issues using automated systems and manually inspecting the results.
* Manually auditing the contracts listed above for security issues.

# 2. Files Audited

We […]

Configuring the NEO-GUI and NEO-LUX to use different NEO Seed Nodes

By |August 24th, 2018|

It is important to specify your NEO Seed Nodes, if you want to get the NEO blockchain up and running on your machine.

If you download the neo-gui from the NEO Project or neo-lux or neo-python from the City of Zion, you will run into issues synching the NEO blockchain. These projects are configured by default to […]

Why Your ICO Needs KYC Compliance

By |March 20th, 2018|

Know Your Customer, referred to as ‘KYC’, is the process of knowing and identifying your customers. This is an integral piece of launching a token sale for Cryptocurrencies because of the regulations in certain countries like the United States, China, Korea and so on.

Any type of money service business (MSB) requires regulatory processes enforced […]

Introduction to ARKit, AR, and VR

By |October 17th, 2017|

Introduction to ARKit
In the latest news about iOS, ARKit is receiving a lot of  attention, due to its ability to visually impress everyone (not just developers). ARKit is a young technology with flaws, without a doubt.   However,  the ARKit is a hit and we intend to explore its potential in the following tutorials.

First of all, […]

How to Deploy a Crowdsale Initial Coin Offering (ICO) to your own Private Testnet

By |September 27th, 2017|

We’ve been trying to deploy a Crowdsale Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Solidity contract to the Ethereum block chain for the better part of 2 months.

We’ve looked into the Open Zeppelins tutorials on How to Create Token an Initial Coin Offering using Truffle and Open Zeppelin. We were able to compile their Crowdsale ICO, but each […]

Ethereum Truffle Pet Shop DApp running on an Amazon EC2 Instance

By |August 24th, 2017|

In this tutorial, we’re going to deploy the Ethereum Truffle Pet Shop DApp demo to an AWS EC2 Micro instance.

If you’ve played with Ethereum’s Solidity programming language to deploy smart contracts to the blockchain, you’ve come to the realization that Ethereum and Solidity are desperately in need of a development framework. Truffle is the best […]

Successful Health Apps Part 2: User-Centered Design

By |August 3rd, 2017|

 

Here is the second part of our blog series on building a successful healthcare application for web or mobile. This post focuses on utilizing ‘user-centered design’ methodologies to enhance the usability and usefulness of your app. But firstly, what is ‘user-centered design’?

User-centered design (UCD) or user-driven development (UDD) is a rigorous, user-focused methodology which […]

Technical Analysis of the $31 Million Dollar Ethereum Hack

By |July 22nd, 2017|

Here’s an interesting analysis of the $31 Million Ethereum Hack.

https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-hacker-stole-31m-of-ether-how-it-happened-and-what-it-means-for-ethereum-9e5dc29e33ce

From a technical standpoint, it appears as though the software developers who built the Parity wallet put in a catch all function that enables unknown functions that are payable, that send you Ether, to default to depositing the Ether.

function() payable {
//msg.value is […]