The proposed decentralized house short-let platform aims to revolutionize the short-term rental industry by leveraging smart contract technology developed on the Solidity programming language and integrating with the Celo blockchain.
This technical proposal provides a comprehensive tutorial on smart contract development, highlights the benefits of using Solidity, and explains how the platform will address the pain points in short-term accommodation bookings for travelers, vacationers, honeymooners, and other users on the Celo Blockcahin
While offering essential functionalities such as:
- Property Listing
- Booking and Reservation
- Payment Handling
- Dispute Resolution
- Intergration with Celo Blockchain
Voted , an interesting topic i must say , looking forward to it.
Sure, I’ll love to carry out the tutorial
I cannot see any value this proposal will offer. Not very intuitive IMO. The author can try to tell us more about it plus it’s value to the Celo ecosystem.
@OtakIsreal…I believe a dev who wants to build something similar to air bnb on the celo blockchain will find it useful
I will like to see how you link it up to give value to celo ecosystem
Great idea @Victordiamond , will the frontend look similar to Airbnb.
The author has not tell us the benefits of this proposal to the Celo ecosystem and the developers. I believe there should be value proposition not just to a proposal to write something. What value are you giving us?
Thank you for the observation and I’ve made every corrections necessary
@Clue @OtakIsreal @ngideon538 @kinyichukwu
Please do well to drop any other observations, I’m open to correction
Yes I could see the changes @Victordiamond but I’d like you to see it this way
You want to write smart contract for short-let platform
In the last sentences, you listed functionalities that will be included in the contract.
There are couple of tutorials that talk about how to write smart contacts most of which are still saying the same thing.
My take is what new things would I learn from your contract if it should be approved? What values would it add to me? Are you writing full test cases for it. Because writing smart contract without tests to show it works is simply building a car without wheels since we all know cars move on ground. What value I stand to gain as a developer?
All these questions are really simple if you have the full understanding of what you want to achieve. I hope you do understand me.