Random thought I had earlier. I wanted to see if it has any legs....
So I'm aware that erc721 doesn't specify how to mint/destroy nft's.
I think that's for good reason, so people can get creative.
I was wondering if there's room for a more detailed EIP around the creation of specific NFTs. Currently, artists don't even need to have an Ethereum address or provide a signature against their pieces. They simply hand it to the auctioneer, who advertises it as authentic. Feels wrong to me in some contexts.
Hello guys, what do you think about the idea of having an onchain Ethereum Package Repository and Registry where people could publish their contracts with versions and then those contracts can be cloned using eip-1167
Each Repository will be a package linking to an already deployed contract with different versions and Registry will list all of them.
I’m considering to write an EIP but I would like to have a quick feedback before. Thanks
transferAndCallin 4 tokens in top 100, and yet not enough interest (e.g. from those token devs) to promote it. By contrast, the only ERC-777 token I found in Etherscan is https://etherscan.io/token/0x89Ab32156e46F46D02ade3FEcbe5Fc4243B9AAeD and it's not in top 100.
[owner1, owner2], [id1, id2], should it be a)
[balanceOf(owner1, id1), balanceOf(owner1, id2), ...]or b)
[balanceOf(owner1, id1), balanceOf(owner2, id1), ... ]? this underspec is unfortunate because all 4 ERC-1155 implementations I could find seem to implement the balanceOfBatch quite ... unintuitively :slight_smile:
balance for each (owner, id) pairand that's also how all the batch functions I have seen anywhere do work