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@sriramk.eth
If someone quasi technical but not fully crypto-pilled wants to start hacking/building something with base, what's a good starting point or a good project for them to try? think of the "hello world ++" you would send a friend when they want to learn some piece of tech.
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The most interesting use case to hack on and see the power in a unique way is probably streaming payments. It’s simple to hack, and shows a non-speculative but novel use case. https://docs.superfluid.finance/docs/category/money-streaming-with-super-tokens
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Can give them a simple "buy me coffee" donation onchain project - https://buildonchainapps.xyz/buy-me-coffee Can use this toolkit as a starting point to get off the ground quickly - https://github.com/coinbase/build-onchain-apps
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Definitely check out docs.base.org -- lots of good, get started guides there Also check out Base Camp, a free resource to learn smart contract development https://docs.base.org/base-camp/docs/welcome/
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Hello world ++ thanks
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@joeblau
Frontend • /viem • https://wagmi.sh - Great for teaching you how to read/write dapps. Backend • /foundry • https://book.getfoundry.sh - Build smart contracts that you can run and test locally.
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