Second State releases BUIDL IDE tools for ETC


The Block Chain Intelligent Contract Platform Second State released BUIDL IDE for Ethereum Classic. BUIDL integrates the development environment of ETC. Developers can use BUIDL to develop and deploy related block chain applications on any web browser in a few minutes.

Second State releases BUIDL IDE tools for ETC

De-neutralization applications (DApp) are collaborative and anti-censorship in building block chain intelligent contracts. Common DApps include encrypted currency, payment, encrypted currency exchanges, market forecasts, decentralized e-commerce and decentralized finance (DeFi).

ETF is the world’s first and leading intelligent contract platform, with the largest DApp ecosystem, has deployed more than one million intelligent contracts, with a monthly turnover of hundreds of millions of dollars. However, compared with web and mobile application development, DApp development is still difficult for developers to get started. Developers and users must be familiar with encrypted currency, encrypted currency wallet, block chain nodes, RPC services, web3, tools, special programming languages Solidity and Lity, frameworks and services. These have greatly hindered the adoption of DApp.

In addition, in the past few weeks, the ETF block chain has been running at full capacity. Now developers and users need 10 times as much gas to operate smart contracts on Ethernet as they did earlier this year, but high gas fees have not brought about a rapid increase. It takes hours for smart contract transactions to be confirmed on ethernet.

The Present Situation of the Ethereum Classic

The Ethernet classic (ETC) is one of the safest and most decentralized block chain networks. ETC is fully compatible with the Taifang Block Chain (ETH), but it is faster (transactions can be confirmed in a few seconds) and much cheaper (gas fee is 1% of ETH).

Developers are seeing the Ethernet classic as an important alternative to the Ethernet square block chain.

“ETC is not only the most original Ethernet block chain,” said Elizabeth Kukka, executive director of ETC Labs, “but also the most DApp-friendly Ethernet block chain. Gas fee is very low, confirmation time is fast, and ETC is the original currency with storage value. We look forward to working with Second State to further enhance the capacity of ETC development community.

However, ETC development tools have always relied on vacancies, so the number of smart contracts and DApps deployed on Ethernet classics is much smaller. Second State aims to change this situation.

ETC version of BUIDL, greatly improving the efficiency of development

The BUIDL development tool released by Second State is based on the IDE of Web pages, and does not require developers to download or install software. BUIDL provides a one-stop development and deployment environment for smart contract and DApp developers. More importantly, developers can publish a complete DApp at one click for everyone to interact with the Block Chain Intelligence Contract.

But before BUIDL is released, developers need to do a lot of preparation to get into the formal development of DApp and deploy DApp to the chain. Traditionally, it takes four to eight hours to complete the entire setup. For example, developers need to install Chrome browser, MetaMask, set up accounts, build block chain network, connect block chain nodes, and so on. BUIDL can save developers a lot of time and preparation.

Second State releases BUIDL IDE tools for ETC

Bob Summerwill, executive director of ETC Cooperative, said: “I’m glad to see Second State’s BUIDL IDE tool for ETC. Developers have been needing this tool since Ethereum Studio, a popular tool many years ago, ceased to work. It’s great to see Second State launch BUIDL for ETC to meet this need and provide developers with simpler introductory guidance for developing on ETC.

In collaboration with ETC Labs and ETC Cooperative, Second State released a BUIDL IDE version for the Ethernet classic block chain. Developers can now develop and deploy intelligent contracts and applications for Ethernet classic block chains in minutes on any web browser without downloading or installing any software.

1. Open the BUIDL of ETC IDE:

2. Open Accounts and send a small ETC (for example, 0.1 ETC) to the default address to be used as gas fee for deploying contracts on the Ethernet classic block chain. If you don’t know how to get ETC, please send an e-mail to [email protected]

3. Develop, debug, deploy and publish your dapp.