Using the Uniswap V2 SDK

In this post we’ll be using the Uniswap SDK to do a swap between Ether and DAI. This was done in an earlier post here. However this was using Uniswap V1 and there is now an SDK for Uniswap V2 which we’ll look at. The first thing we’ll do is use a forked version ofContinue reading “Using the Uniswap V2 SDK”

OpenSea Tutorial

Once you’ve created your domain on Unstoppable Domains (see here for the tutorial). If you wish to offer your domain to the market you can sell it at OpenSea. The first thing you have to do is login using your wallet. The interesting thing is that you have to sign in using your private keyContinue reading “OpenSea Tutorial”

Using Unstoppable Domains

Unstoppable Domains is the “DNS” of the crypto world. Your nasty public address gets converted to something nice like “mycoolstuff.crypto”. Not just your Ethereum address, but BitCoin and many other cryptocurrencies. Some of the currently supported wallets are Trust, Moonlet and Coinomi which are phone apps (I haven’t tested them yet). Web-based wallets such as MetaMaskContinue reading “Using Unstoppable Domains”

AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part IV

Borrowing in Aave This is part 4 of a 4 part series. We’ll use our existing funds to borrow a percentage of what we’ve deposited. This code is on–tutorial. Remember to create your .env with the account and private key. For brevity only the changes to deposit.js are shown. We’ll be borrowing 5 DAIContinue reading “AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part IV”

AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part III

Depositing in Aave This is part 3 of a 4 part series. Now that we have some DAI, we can deposit onto the Aave contract. This code is on Remember to create your .env with the account and private key. Security tip: never commit .env – there are bots looking for them, ready toContinue reading “AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part III”

AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part II

Using Uniswap to get DAI This is part 2 of a 4 part series. In this tutorial we’ll be getting some DAI from the Uniswap contract so we can play with Aave’s smart contracts. It would probably be simpler to go to some account that already has some DAI (and Ether for gas). Or toContinue reading “AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part II”

AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part I

Obtaining ETH This is part 1 of a 4 part series. In this tutorial we’ll be forking the mainnet and obtaining some Ether so we can play with Aave’s smart contracts. We could probably do most most of these on a testnet, but Aave lives on the Robsten testnet and Uniswap lives on the RinkebyContinue reading “AAVE Deposit/Borrowing Tutorial Part I”