Beginner's guide to deploy Smart Contract with example

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  • Write the smart contracts Go through the Contract writing guide by Arweave Team. It contains an example of Hello World that should set your fundamentals straight.

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  • There are plenty of networks out there. I deployed my contract to Arweave. Unlike many other networks, the smart contracts on Arweave can be written in JavaScript. The process to write and deploy one is fairly straight forward.

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  • In order to do that, we need two contracts to make it work. A Collection contract that would contain all the information regarding the listing in its state

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