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MaiaVictor /
Last active Apr 12, 2018
Make Ethereum massively scalable today with delayed computations

Make Ethereum massively scalable today with delayed computations

Suppose you're writing a contract which involves a huge amount of participants. As an example, think of an online, blockchain-based Trading-Card Game with tournaments. How would you program a playCard function? You might be thinking of something like this:

function playCard(uint player, uint card){
    else if (card == PROFESSOR_OAK){
        // shuffles the player's hand on his deck
View Passing dynamic data with callbacks
pragma solidity ^0.4.7;
contract usingCallback {
function __callback(uint id, string s) {}
contract A {
View ConvertLib
pragma solidity ^0.4.7;
library convertLib {
function b32toString(bytes32 x) internal returns (string) {
// gas usage: about 1K gas per char.
bytes memory bytesString = new bytes(32);
uint charCount = 0;
raineorshine / assert-throw.js
Last active Mar 16, 2019
Asserting solidity throws in truffle tests.
View assert-throw.js
it('should throw an error', cb => {
const result = aMethodThatRejects()
result.then(x => { cb('Expected error. Instead got ' + x) }))
result.catch(() => cb())
holiman / Cloner.sol
Last active Nov 14, 2019
A generic 'cloner' contract which clones other contract instances
View Cloner.sol
pragma solidity ^0.4.4;
contract X{
string junk;
function y() returns(string){
//Uncomment the 'junk' below to make gas-measurements
haroldtreen / promise-test.js
Last active Dec 19, 2019
Testing promise rejection with Mocha
View promise-test.js
const { assert } = require('chai');
function isError(e) {
if (typeof e === 'string') {
return Promise.reject(new Error(e));
return Promise.resolve(e);
chriseth / 0
Last active Sep 27, 2018
Formal verification for re-entrant Solidity contracts
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This gist shows how formal conditions of Solidity smart contracts can be automatically verified even in the presence of potential re-entrant calls from other contracts.

Solidity already supports formal verification of some contracts that do not make calls to other contracts. This of course excludes any contract that transfers Ether or tokens.

The Solidity contract below models a crude crowdfunding contract that can hold Ether and some person can withdraw Ether according to their shares. It is missing the actual access control, but the point that wants to be made

anonymous / FallbackGasFunctions.sol
Created Jun 8, 2016
Created using browser-solidity: Realtime Ethereum Contract Compiler and Runtime. Load this file by pasting this gists URL or ID at
View FallbackGasFunctions.sol
// 21,030
contract Fallback {
uint deposits = 0;
// Transaction: 41,143
// Execution: 20,143
contract FallbackDeposit {
uint deposits = 0;
function() {
View upgradeable.sol
* Base contract that all upgradeable contracts should use.
* Contracts implementing this interface are all called using delegatecall from
* a dispatcher. As a result, the _sizes and _dest variables are shared with the
* dispatcher contract, which allows the called contract to update these at will.
* _sizes is a map of function signatures to return value sizes. Due to EVM
* limitations, these need to be populated by the target contract, so the
* dispatcher knows how many bytes of data to return from called functions.
View TimeApp.elm
module TimeApp ( start, Config, App ) where
{-| This module helps you start your application in a typical Elm workflow.
It assumes you are following [the Elm Architecture][arch] and using
[elm-effects][]. From there it will wire everything up for you!
**Be sure to [read the Elm Architecture tutorial][arch] to learn how this all
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