How to create a New PropertyJuly 3, 2020 at 5:18pm (Edited 4 months ago)
You can collect staking by creating a Property. This article will explain to you how.
1. Install a wallet
If you do not have an Ethereum wallet, you need to install it.
The mobile app TrustWallet or Google Chrome Extension MetaMask are well known.
TrustWallet can install iOS/Android version here.
MetaMask can install here.
After installation, set your passphrase and keep it safe.
2. Send Ethereum
If you just installed your wallet, the balance of Ethereum should be 0. If so, send a small amount of Ethereum to your wallet.
3. Open https://stakes.social/auth
First, click the "Connect to a wallet" button at the top right of the page to approve a connection to your wallet.
When you create a Property for the first time, click "Or create a new Property".
Enter the new Property name (3 to 10 characters) in "Name". And enter the new Property symbol (3 to 10 characters) in "Symbol". The difference between the two is that if you compare it to the United States Dollar, "Name" is "US dollar" and "Symbol" is "USD". You can use your favorite settings.
In "Author", your wallet address is entered.
Click the "Create a new Property" button when you have entered all.
If your wallet confirmation screen is displayed, approve it.
Once the Ethereum network has approved your request, you will see the following screen.
Congratulations! Your Property is now complete.
Share the URL and collect staking.
By clicking the "Associate an asset" button, you can authenticate an asset you have (created works or source code, etc.).
However, the authenticatable assets are currently limited to "npm".
If you publish OSS on "npm", click the button to authenticate.
Dev Protocol has a mechanism called "Market" for users to propose authenticatable assets. If you are a developer, read our whitepaper and try creating a Market.
Our development team plans to create a Market for GitHub repositories.
Well then, have a good creation time!
September 2, 2020 at 12:20pm
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