Jamiel Sheikh explores and codes the development of an Ethereum-based decentralized security token offering (STO) application based on the ERC-1404 standard. You’ll use the Solidity language and Node.js or npm tools and build a smart contract, test it on Rinkeby, and then deploy it to Ethereum mainnet. Along the way, you’ll learn some basic Solidity syntax, how to send ether to a smart contract, how gas works, how to programmatically compile and deploy Solidity code, and how to invoke a smart contract from Remix. Jamiel also explains a bit about the business side of doing a digital security offering or STO.
Jamiel Sheikh is founder and CEO of Chainhaus, a global software development, education, and venture studio firm specializing in blockchain, AI, and data science. He has over 15 years of experience in technology, finance, banking, entrepreneurship, and performance management working for organizations like Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, JPMorgan Chase, Oracle, and GE. Jamiel runs one of the largest and most active blockchain meetups in NYC with 4,000 followers and is an active speaker and educator, teaching graduate-level performance management, blockchain, and data science courses at NYU and CUNY. He holds an MBA from Columbia University, BBA from Baruch College, and is completing his second master’s in artificial intelligence at Georgia Institute of Technology. Jamiel is a native New Yorker and in his spare time enjoys the elegant nuances of BJJ and MMA.
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