Blockmason Weekly Update: 2019-06-13

đź“° Welcome to the Blockmason Weekly Update!

Hello, Blockmason community! Another week is upon us, which means it’s time for another Weekly Update.

In this edition of the Weekly Update, we share a list of Link development resources including a growing lineup of tutorials, and our latest SDKs.

Are you ready? Let’s get started!

A Growing Collection of Link Tutorials

Not sure where to get started when using Link?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

We have been working on putting together a series of tutorials for newcomers to Blockmason Link, and we are excited to share a collection of our latest tutorials today.

Retrofitting a Blockchain-Powered Economy Into Ultima Online

This tutorial shows how we were able to integrate decentralized ledger technology into an existing game using Blockmason Link. The potential use for application developers could include in-game items that would remain tied to a user across multiple private servers, or even across multiple games.

Check out the full tutorial on our website at

Create a Decentralized Ownership App Using Blockmason Link

In this tutorial, we will use Link to record the ownership of digital assets (in this example, collectible digital stamps) on the blockchain. This shows off how easily application developers could build the front-end of an app and plug it into a blockchain back-end.

Check out the full tutorial on our website at

Create Your Own Custom ERC-20 Token in Minutes!

In this tutorial, we show you how to use Link to create your own custom ERC-20 token on Ethereum in just minutes! This works as an intro to deploying a smart contract using Blockmason Link and creating some custom tokens.

Check out the full tutorial on our website at

Blockmason Link SDK for Java Applications

We announced last week that we released the Blockmason Link SDK for JavaScript, .NET applications, and a more gaming-centric SDK for in-game economies. We excited to announce that we are soon also going to release a Blockmason Link SDK for Java applications.

What is an SDK?
A software development kit (SDK) is a set of software development tools that help developers create applications for a development platform. An SDK can typically include support for an integrated development environment (IDE), which serves as the central programming interface.

Check out our newly released Link SDKs today

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