hey all, I'm reading up on things to build my own just-for-fun token. Trying to figure out if it's worth it to implement my token as ERC223 compliant or if I should just stick with ERC20. I know it's backwards-compatible, but I'm also concerned about it being forward-compatible (compatible with the industry as it moves forward from ERC20 to whatever follows)
@zonekidd40 so yeah, i wasn't sure if it could be that, but sometimes it really is the obvious stuff. it happens. notice that in remix you can copy the address of the contract creating account by clicking on the symbol next to the drop down menu
sorry for double post, but notice the symbol right next to account. clicking on that will copy the address to the clipboard for use in creation, etc.
I am having difficulty integrating web3.js with a native mobile App (iOS & Android), would it be reasonable to use a cloud server to npm install web3 and let the mobile App connect to that Cloud server instance to make all calls to a deployed Smart Contract?