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Before we continue, let me quickly summarise what we did in this section!

First we installed metamask, a browser wallet. When you connect metamask to a website, then it will inject itself to the website as a web3 provider. Through that, and further down the road, through Javascript libraries like web3js or ethersjs a website can communicate with a selected network. We're going through different networks in depth later, for now it's enough to know that these work like different databases. And test networks are like Dev databases. We got some free ether for one of the test networks and you should be able to dig into real-world transactions.

Now its time to expand our knowledge a bit and build a full wallet solution around our knowledge.

Don’t forget, you can add the source code on your github. If you post it on social media, why not tag me in there so I can give it a thumbs up!

That’s all for now - I’ll see you in the next Section

Last update: September 3, 2022