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Saturday, March 5, 2022

- EST
An analysis of a good NFT contract - Crypto Coven
Radek Sienkiewicz
Radek Sienkiewicz
Transitioning into full-time web3 dev

Web3 dev learners, do you sometimes wish for someone to take a good example of a live smart contract and go through it, step by step, explaining what it does, why it does what it does, what tricks it uses and what mistakes it avoids? This is it. An analysis of a simple but great Crypto Coven NFT contract.

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Sunday, March 6, 2022

- EST
Security and Vulnerabilities in web3
Harry Papacharissiou
Harry Papacharissiou
Developer Advocate at Chainlink Labs

Discussion around smart contract and web3 security and vulnerabilities, and best practices for avoiding them. Topics could include:
- smart contract exploits
- oracle/bad data exploits
- bad sources of randomness
- NFT security exploits
- front end phishing attacks
- best practices for taking your smart contract to mainnet

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