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ZeppelinOS: an operating system for smart contract applications

Last week, we saw one of the biggest hacks in the history of smart contract applications. ~30M USD were lost due to a simple programmer error, leaving critical functions open for anyone to call. It’s high time we get serious about writing secure contracts, if we want decentralized applications to reach their full potential.In the early days of computing, writing code into machines was a difficult and inefficient endeavor. There were few tools and resources available for programmers, and specialized magazines were the main distribution media for software. Major operating systems were not yet available, so each computer model required machine-specific knowledge to be programmed. This is what it feels like to work with smart contracts in 2017.The State of Smart Contract ProgrammingEthereum changed the world by creating a distributed global shared virtual machine known as the EVM. Anyone can now use this virtual machine to run programs that handle


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