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You can find so many tools for using ruby to access the Ethereum Blockchain. You have for example (like 5chdn♦ said in a comment): ethereum-ruby made by DigixGlobal. ruby-ethereum made by janx. rails-eth-api made by rexmadden. Also, here you have an Ethereum StackExchange answer which tells about how to connect Geth by IPC on rails.


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You are using the wrong command, the command is coinbase, not eth_coinbase. I suggest to use this code: eth = Ethereum::IpcClient.new This will automatically use the default path to get geth.ipc puts eth.coinbase["result"] And this will return your coinbase. You can see that this line, used to create the new method, is not getting the first part of ...


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There are a number of payment gateways that work with cryptocoins, bitpay and gocoin being examples I'm aware of. Just googled 'ether payment gateway' and found coinpayments as well. If you build it yourself you have to run a node, tie your business transaction to an expectation on the blockchain, wait for that expectation to be validated by the number of ...


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You can check also ethereum.rb. It is more recent ruby gem, supporting parity 1.5+ and solidity compiler. It comes with: video introduction to smart contracts step by step usage guide in readme


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There is also the ethereum-tx gem. It is intended for keeping the signing and building of transactions separate from the full node. You could host your full node on the same server, but you don't need to. For a lot of Ethereum applications, you only need to be able to read the blockchain and send transactions. Depending on the frequency with which you need ...


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You should have a look on Drizzle (made by the Truffle team). Using Truffle (Solidity Smart Contract development framework), it makes simple to build React web application on top of Ethereum without struggling with web3js library. The development flow is the following: Develop and test your Solidity smart contracts using Truffle Deploy your Truffle ...


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I don't think it is that easy to find something friendly to solidity, but javascript frontend frameworks meant to deal with the ethereum nodes are the most developed. So taking javascript frameworks will help you more. Besides javascript is very permissive on types and data formats so it I the best to deal with weird responses like those from the ...


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There are many ways to connect with ethereum, recently I used this coinfalcon 1: https://docs.coinfalcon.com/ this for both python and ruby.this provide api for place order with the help of this. Ethereum Ruby This help to you connect with ethereum, Here you can do: 1 IPC Client Connection 2 Solidity contract compilation and deployment 3 Transacting and ...


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