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Alex Van de Sande

Alex Van de Sande is an UX designer at the Ethereum Foundation and lead of the Mist team.

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How to build server less applications for Mist

Posted on July 12th, 2016.

Ethereum is not meant to be a platform to build esoteric smart contract applications that require a STEM degree to understand, but it aims to be one pillar of a different architecture for applications on the world wide web. With this post we will try to elucidate how this can be done and give some […]

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Ethereum in practice part 3: how to build your own transparent bank on the blockchain

Posted on December 7th, 2015.

This is the third and final post on a series on how to use the Ethereum Wallet to create your own autonomous organisations. On the first post we detailed how to create a token, and on the second we shown how to generate a digital democracy controlled by these tokens. Now we will do the […]

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Ethereum in practice part 2: how to build a better democracy in under a 100 lines of code

Posted on December 4th, 2015.

This is a second post on a series on how to use the current Ethereum tools to build smart contracts without needing programming experience. Download the latest version of the Ethereum Wallet, read the first part and let’s have fun! Creating a token is fun, but what is the value of a token that doesn’t do […]

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Ethereum in practice part 1: how to build your own cryptocurrency without touching a line of code

Posted on December 3rd, 2015.

A lot of things have happened in the past few weeks in the Ethereum ecosystem, so many that it might be hard for a casual observer to understand where we are and what’s available out there. So I would like to use my first post here to give you an overview of the tools we’ve […]