Deploying Your First Solana Smart Contract

I’d recommend taking a look at some of the example code provided by Solana labs here: There’s a good introduction to coding with Rust here: Read everything and refer back to the Solana developer documentation here: Let’s start with the hello world example and disect what each part does. The full code can be found …

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How Solana Smart Contracts Work

So the basic workflow is develop a smart contract in Rust > Compile with Cargo > Deploy using NodeJS. A Solana smart contract is read-only or stateless. Once deployed it can be interacted with by 3rd party accounts that can store fixed amounts of data. In practice this means we deploy the smart contract code …

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Introduction to Solana

Solana is a high performance modern blockchain with impressive throughput capabilities. It can handle 50,000 transactions per second which makes it scalable and fast enough to enable a new era of decentralised applications (dApps). Solana was built as part of the Alameda group of products which are all intertwined with FTX, Serum, Bonfida & Raydium. …

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