This guide will show every step to running a solo node and connecting it to Sync2
This article is helping you to understand how to use connex2 to build a Dapp and also how it interacts between the user,application, and Sync2.
VeChainThor provides a safety mechanism that allows users to force a TX to depend on the success of another TX.
The TX-fee-delegation mechanism (both VIP-191 and MPP) on VeChainThor.
This is the last part of the tutorial. It mainly explains the sponsor’s initiative to inspect the transaction and sign his signature on it. We will use the express.js library to build a framework to receive transmission and return the result.
From the previous episode, we have learned the basic “terminologies” of VeChain VIP-191 fee delegation. To summarize, the process can be simply described as below
VIP-191 is a fee delegation proposal that gets realized on VeChain that enables the end-user to use blockchain without paying native tokens/cryptocurrencies. The fee is paid by a sponsor.
Congratulations! You have made to the last episode of this tutorial. Here we will put everything we know together and make a useful program a VTHO token transfer tool. The official Sync only provides the VET transfer functionality, our VTHO tools is a very good supplement to the status quo.
Great! I see you have survived the last tutorial, now it is time to start programming. The first thing we need is a Sync environment.