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Welcome stranger!

_incerto is a group of friends who share a deep passion for crypto.
We have fun building products that make crypto more accessible because a really cool future is on the horizon: a socially scalable internet built on top of crypto.

Want to build something cool? Come say hi :)


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[1] SOLITUDE 
A Python-based development framework to deploy, interact, test and debug your Solidity contracts.

  • +Deploy programmatically to both public and private networks + Interact directly with your contracts through the CLI
  • +Write tests with the widely used pytest framework
  • +Debug visually with the Visual Code plug-in (Coming soon)
  • +Solitude wraps the best Solidity development tools Ganache, Solc (Compiler) and Solium (Linter)


[2] CRYPTO POLLOS 
An Ethereum-based game centred around unique, collectible and improbable digital Pollos.

  • +In a digital poultry farm, choose the juiciest pieces (ERC20) and mix them in the Assembler
  • +Create unique looking Pollos, and don’t forget to feed them
  • +Fill your bucket with a unique set of ingredients (ERC20) for each Assembler
  • +Get out of the farm and show off your Pollos (ERC721)


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‘ No amount of violence will ever solve a math problem ’