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you need to deposit at least one other coin, to create a trading pair on bsc(pancakeswap). I does not have to be BNB if i remebmer correnctly. But you need to trade the token for something right? thats why you need to make a LP pair (Yourtoken/BNB). Of course you could just give the tokens out and someone will eventually create an pair if they believe in ...


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To begin with, I would highly recommend you to start your learning path from some other types of projects. Stablecoin projects are basically extremely complicated, and it's far from easy to build a new stablecoin. The value of a token is simply based on its supply and demand. If many people want to buy the token, its price goes up, and vice versa. You can't ...


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For 1) I suggest you do not use any wallet built-in browsers. Not only being hard to debug, these embedded WebViews have other bugs and issues making the normal web browser APIs to fail. Instead, use the stock Android Chrome that has remote debugging capabilities. Then use WalletConnect for any wallet actions in a mobile browser. For 2) looks like this is a ...


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You can create a login based on a Ethereum wallet signing a message. See the tutorial One-click Login with Blockchain: A MetaMask Tutorial.


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Chainlink's contracts are open source (here, MIT license), so you could take them and implement them on a private blockchain (assuming said blockchain supports Solidity). Without the contracts being reimplemented and redeployed on the private blockchain, there wouldn't be any oracles on the private chain to contact. The addresses mentioned in the Chainlink ...


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It's because of your oldest version of ethereum privatenet blockchain. Update and upgrade your geth,go and truffle versions.


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There is another problem to wrap your head around, but first to address the small questions directly. Would I need te create a contract for each user in which they say which organisations should get acces to their data? Probably not. A single contract could store a registry in which each user stores a suitable structure, e.g. a mapping of permissions and ...


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Have a look at the Open Zeppelin Access Control contracts. You can then define roles for different groups within your company, one of which could be orderRole or something similar. You can then add the desired addresses to the mapping which defines who has role permissions. struct RoleData { mapping (address => bool) members; bytes32 adminRole; } ...


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