My understand is that Smart Contracts are working as of a few weeks ago, I’ve got one in mind that I’d like to write… how can I get started doing this? Where do I write my code? How do I test it?
- See how it’s done for Ethereum. It works the same on Counterparty.
- Currently you need to run counterpartyd develop branch edition on testnet in order for compiled Ethereum smart contracts to work (until a new release that supports mainnet comes out).
can this be used? devtest-testnet.counterwallet.io
Has anyone managed to run any Smart Contracts? I’m running my own counterpartyd 9.49, develop/testnet. Counterpartyd runs ok and I have also managed to execute unit_test.py but I can’t get contracts_test.py to execute. I believe I may need pyethereum. Should this be included in the develop source or should it be obtained from Ethereum’s git hub?
I haven’t tried that stuff yet, but I think you should get it from Ethereum’s Github because if I recall correctly the idea is not to diverge from Ethereum’s implementation and therefore we should use their repo to get that.