Smart Contract frameworks for Engineering and Development

Build Smart contracts and Dapps on different frameworks such as Ethereum , Binance, Conflux, Cardano, Internet Computer

Dear Students,

What you’ll learn

  • Ethereum and Solidity.
  • Cardano and Haskell.
  • Algorand and Teal.
  • Smart contracts in Governance.
  • Smart Contracts in Defi.
  • Smart Contracts in Game and Metaverse Development.
  • Smart Contracts in Distribution and Supply chain.
  • Comprehensive implementation of different kind of tokens and assets.
  • Internet Computer Framework.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 8 lectures • 13min.
  • Project 2 : Smart Contracts in Defi –> 5 lectures • 11min.
  • Project 3 : Smart Contracts in Governance –> 6 lectures • 20min.
  • Project 4 : Smart Contracts in Supply Chain –> 2 lectures • 6min.
  • Smart Contract Platforms –> 4 lectures • 17min.
  • Project 5 : To build a nft marketplace –> 4 lectures • 7min.
  • Project 6 : Smart Contracts in Games and Metaverse –> 2 lectures • 3min.

Smart Contract frameworks for Engineering and Development


Dear Students,

This course include most of the basics you need to start your smart contract development journey on any featured platform like

  • Ethereum
  • Cardano
  • Binance
  • Internet Computer
  • Algorand
  • Avalanche

This course also introduces you to project integrations , smart contracts integration and DAPP development.


  • Smart Contracts

A “smart contract” is simply a program or protocol that runs on a blockchain. It’s a collection of code (its functions) and data (its state) that resides at a specific address on the blockchain. It can be integrated , optimized and build together for making decentralized applications.

Anyone can write a smart contract and deploy it to the network. You just need to learn how to code in a smart contract language, and have enough credits to deploy your contract. Deploying a smart contract on a network is technically a transaction carried on web3 .


  • Dapps

Decentralised applications have been popularised by distributed ledger technologies (DLT), such as the Ethereum blockchain, on which DApps are built.

The trustless and transparent nature of DApps have led to greater developments in the utilization of these features within the decentralized finance (DeFi) space.

DApps are divided into 17 categories: exchanges, games, finance, gambling, development, storage, high-risk, wallet, governance, property, identity, media, social, security, energy, insurance, and health.

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