Onchain randomness is used for selecting validators to perform phone number verification. Read more about how onchain randomness is produced at the provided page.
The basics of developing a decentralised application (DApp) on Celo.
How to deploy ERC721 tokens (NFTs) on the Celo network using autogenerated code.
How to deploy a token contract that use the ERC20 token standard to Celo without writing code.
How to deploy and interact your own smart contracts using a remote node.
How to deploy your own smart contracts onto a Celo local node.
How to connect to the Celo test network and tranfer tokens using ContractKit.
Introduction to the keystores library and how to use it for local key management.
If you are trying to add your own token please make sure you have already read Josh's tutorial on how to make your own ERC20 Token on Celo.
Now that you’ve made your own ERC20 Token, you will want to have it displayed in your Celo Wallet. If you don’t currently have Celo Wallet you will need to download it first.