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Polkadot Just Got A Big Web3 Development Boost

Polkadot has been quiet of late, but things are starting to look up for the interoperability protocol with a big web 3 development boost. 

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  • Alchemy Partners With Astar
  • Polkadot Astar: Parachains And Interoperability

Alchemy Partners With Astar

Development platform Alchemy is partnering with Astar Network to increase web3 development on Polkadot (ticker symbol: DOT).

The partnership with Astar Network, which is the leading Polkadot parachain, will make it easier for developers to create Dapps on the Gavin Wood-led protocol thanks Alchemy’s industry leading APIs. Beyond ease of use it will also open up features not available to developers on DOT.

Supporting the developer ecosystem is one of Astar’s core values and our collaboration with Alchemy will help bring even more incentives and innovation to the community,” said Sota Watanabe, CEO of Astar. “Our collaboration will provide the resources needed to grow the builder community in web3 on Astar, Polkadot and beyond.”

Polkadot Astar: Parachains And Interoperability

Namely, the Alchemy Supenode, which provides what many consider to be the industry standard in analytics and monitoring, will be used alongside Astar which connects the Polkadot chain to major layer 1 protocols.

Polkadot, at its core, is an interoperability platform that aims to connect protocols while also being its own chain. Thanks to the Alchemy Supernode, and Astar, Polkadot can further its core mission.

Alchemy infrastructure makes it easier for developers to build any dApp with infinite scalability, accuracy and reliability,” said Rob Boyle of Alchemy. “We’re thrilled to combine forces with Astar to foster an era of better web3 building that will power the decentralized applications of tomorrow.”

On the news, DOT is up 4% in the last 24 hours. It’s currently trading in the $8.37 USD range.

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Upgradable Contracts From Scratch Without Openzeppelin

I’m on a tight deadline so I don’t have time to go through all of openzeppelin’s upgradable contract logic. However, I need upgradable contracts. I understand the general concept of what the library does, but I don’t want to use its code without understanding it as I’m building a real-world project. I have thought of::Listen

I’m on a tight deadline so I don’t have time to go through all of openzeppelin’s upgradable contract logic. However, I need upgradable contracts.

I understand the general concept of what the library does, but I don’t want to use its code without understanding it as I’m building a real-world project.

I have thought of my own upgrade pattern. Please let me know if this would work and why.

Contracts: DataContract, Logic Contract

So I create my data structure inside the dataContract, and then I have functions inside dataContract that call the logicContract with the necessary data as an input. The call is made through the interface ILogicContract.

On the logicContract, the function with the appropriate call is fired with the inputs from dataContract. This function then returns the outputs back to dataContract.

dataContract then takes these outputs from logicContract and writes them to its own storage all within the same function call that called logicContract for those outputs.

If I need to upgrade the logicContract I can simply change the address to the new logicContract2 by inputting it into the interface ILogicContract on the dataContract. Now all new calls will be made to the new logicContract2.

Should my flow work, or is there something wrong with it? It seems too simple to be true, but then again, I don’t want to use code I don’t understand. I would read it and understand it, but the person who reached out to me did so on short notice, and I’m determined to finish the work.

Polkadot Just Got A Big Web3 Development Boost

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