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LLL contract template for ethereum.
Serpent contract template for ethereum.
Mutan contract template for ethereum.
Solidity contract template for ethereum.
Key-Value Publisher for PoC 5
A simple name registeration service. Names (represented as 32-byte values whose left-most bytes store an ASCII string) are stored in the address space of the contract leading to the (160-bit ethere...
A very simple bank. You can send ether in a transaction to load your account with funds. Withdraw your ether by specifying a 32-byte data argument of the amount to withdraw. Withdraw to a different...
Simple cash splitter; splits the value sent amongst each of the addresses given as data items.
Simple currency contract in LLL, aka GavCoin, by Gavin Wood.
Timevault contract in LLL
Simple Coin in Mutan
DNS registrar in Mutan
Mineable Coin in Mutan, aka JeffCoin by Jeffrey Wilcke.
This is an example contract that models the serpent crowdfunding example in Solidity. Note that Solidity is still far from being specified, this is only a proposal.
Namecoin in Serpent
Subcurrency in Serpent
SchellingCoin implementation in Serpent by Vitalik Buterin.
My LLL code description.
Crowdfund contract in Serpent 2.0 by vbuterin.
Ethereum forks Counterparty in less than 300 lines of serpent code. By Vitalik Buterin.
Ballot in Solidity
Contract that broadcasts messages on the blockchain.
Blockcast contract in LLL. Message broadcaster on the blockchain.
Main Etherface contract.
Tutorial 1: Your first contract in serpent. https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/1634/tutorial-1-your-first-contract
Tutorial 2: Rainbow Coin. https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/1635/tutorial-2-rainbow-coin#