Smart Contracts

The concept of a smart contract was initially published by Nick Szabo – a cryptographer and legal scholar - in 1994. A smart contract is in essence a self-executing program with a defined ruleset. Ethereum is the original smart contract platform and hosts more web3 decentralized applications than any other blockchain. The School of Smart Contracts will cover all you need to know about smart contracts, including how to build, test, and deploy secure smart contracts on Ethereum and the best practices for smart contract development.