The purpose of this tutorial is to give a general overview of GODE Chain and to serve as a starting point for new users to the GODE Chain ecosystem. General knowledge of cryptocurrency is assumed, and in particular familiarity with the Ethereum ecosystem. If you don't understand something right away, that's OK. Search for an answer online, and if you don't find it, ask on our Discord.
We recommend reading this document entirely before using GODE Chain so that you can avoid common pitfalls and problems that new users run into. There are many multiple components of the GODE Chain, so it's best to get a full picture of things before diving in to save yourself confusion.
You can find a general overview of GODE Chain here. It will be useful in understanding similarities and differences between GODE Chain and other platforms.
GODE has smart contract capabilities and compatibility with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). The design goal here is to keep the high throughput of the beacon chain constant while introducing smart contracts into its ecosystem. Because GODE is compatible with EVM, it supports rich Ethereum tools and DApps when launch. Theoretically, this allows developers to easily transplant their projects from Ethereum. For users, this means that applications such as MetaMask can be easily configured to use with GODE. You can:
1、Send and receive GODE tokens across chains.
2、Explore the transaction history and blocks on the chain through the GODEscan, API, and node RPC interfaces.
3、Pledge your GODE to receive some block rewards.
1、Issue the new tokens to digitize the assets
2、Migrating an existing DApp
3、Run a full node to listen to and broadcast live updates of transactions, blocks, and consensus activities
4、Become GODE, the verifier-test net and main net
5、Develop wallets and tools to help users use Dapps