•   4 months ago

[Question]Are smart contracts using solidity acceptable?

We are building a DEX and all the smart contracts are written in solidity. Is there a problem with submitting smart contracts in solidity?

Also, are DEX launches limited to Internet Computers blockchain?

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  • Manager   •   4 months ago

    Unfortunately that would actually be a problem. The Internet Computer runs smart contracts called canisters that can be written in Motoko, Rust or TypeScript. Solidity is not implemented and likely will not be for the foreseeable future. The Internet Computer runs using a completely different paradigm that lets your smart contracts communicate with each other asynchronously that lets canisters host websites where front-end is also hosted on the blockchain. I would highly suggest you consider trying it out for yourself!

    And yes, any application that you submit must be running on the Internet Computer.

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