Building a Simple Ethereum Wallet from Scratch Pt. 2

Hosted by Chad & ChaseOnChain.eth
May
26
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GM Builders!

This will be part 2 of the Build a Simple Ethereum Wallet from Scratch series. You can find part 1 here: https://lu.ma/build-a-wallet.

For this presentation, we'll be covering HD wallets (BIP32), Mnemonic/seed phrase (BIP39), and lightly touch on multipurpose/multi-currency (BIP43/44).


For this event, there will be a soft requirement to hold an ETH SD 101.xyz NFT, which can be earned by completing the quiz from part 1 here: https://101.xyz/course/cl2y7avcj088909l3inyr481k.

To learn more about how we're using 101.xyz, check out this tweet thread: https://twitter.com/EthSanDiego/status/1523760700820131841.

Additionally you can see all of the already minted badges here: https://opensea.io/assets/101-badges?search[stringTraits][0][name]=Course%20Name&search[stringTraits][0][values][0]=Building%20a%20Simple%20Ethereum%20Wallet%20from%20Scratch%20Quiz&search[sortAscending]=true&search[sortBy]=PRICE


​Bring your laptop and a friend to follow along with the ETH SD team in building a simple Ethereum wallet from scratch. If you have questions on wallets ahead of time, send us a DM on Twitter or reach out on our Discord server.

​Thanks to our great community, we have the best possible place in SD to host a talk on crypto wallets: the Edge office at 1495 Pacific Hwy #300, San Diego, CA! The event will take place from 6pm to 9pm PDT.

​There is limited street parking around the Edge office as well as paid public parking at 950 W Ash St. as well as the Little Italy Parking Garage located on 715 W Cedar St. We recommend arriving early or taking a rideshare service, as parking in downtown can be a bit hard to find.

Also big shoutout to RarePizzas & Powerhaus for the Pizza sponsorship and Kové for the Hard Yerba Mate!

​Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

​- the ETH SD team

Location
Edge wallet, 1495 Pacific Hwy #300, San Diego, CA 92101, USA

Building a Simple Ethereum Wallet from Scratch Pt. 2

Hosted by Chad & ChaseOnChain.eth
May
26
Registration
Past Event
This event ended 307 days ago.
Hello! To join the event, please register below.
About Event

GM Builders!

This will be part 2 of the Build a Simple Ethereum Wallet from Scratch series. You can find part 1 here: https://lu.ma/build-a-wallet.

For this presentation, we'll be covering HD wallets (BIP32), Mnemonic/seed phrase (BIP39), and lightly touch on multipurpose/multi-currency (BIP43/44).


For this event, there will be a soft requirement to hold an ETH SD 101.xyz NFT, which can be earned by completing the quiz from part 1 here: https://101.xyz/course/cl2y7avcj088909l3inyr481k.

To learn more about how we're using 101.xyz, check out this tweet thread: https://twitter.com/EthSanDiego/status/1523760700820131841.

Additionally you can see all of the already minted badges here: https://opensea.io/assets/101-badges?search[stringTraits][0][name]=Course%20Name&search[stringTraits][0][values][0]=Building%20a%20Simple%20Ethereum%20Wallet%20from%20Scratch%20Quiz&search[sortAscending]=true&search[sortBy]=PRICE


​Bring your laptop and a friend to follow along with the ETH SD team in building a simple Ethereum wallet from scratch. If you have questions on wallets ahead of time, send us a DM on Twitter or reach out on our Discord server.

​Thanks to our great community, we have the best possible place in SD to host a talk on crypto wallets: the Edge office at 1495 Pacific Hwy #300, San Diego, CA! The event will take place from 6pm to 9pm PDT.

​There is limited street parking around the Edge office as well as paid public parking at 950 W Ash St. as well as the Little Italy Parking Garage located on 715 W Cedar St. We recommend arriving early or taking a rideshare service, as parking in downtown can be a bit hard to find.

Also big shoutout to RarePizzas & Powerhaus for the Pizza sponsorship and Kové for the Hard Yerba Mate!

​Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

​- the ETH SD team