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September 24, 2021

Moralis Magazine #6 – How to Build a Wallet with Moralis Pt. 2

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Each week we take a deep-dive into blockchain programming to show you how Moralis makes blockchain development feel like a breeze. From performing experiments to fixing blockchain data access problems (and everything in between) – Moralis takes care of it!

Moralis is here to support you. Think of us as your “wingman” as we build the future of finance together.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the following sections, or if you want to inform us of what you like and want to hear more about, let us know!

Our complete collection of past magazine issues are available on the Moralis Blog.

Moralis Now Offers Full Support for Avalanche

Moralis’ Web3 framework is a purpose-built multi-blockchain JavaScript library that is ever-expanding to incorporate more and more ecosystems. Moralis’ introduction of full Avalanche support is a benchmark but not the final destination. Swap functionality has also been introduced, and asset bridge support has been mentioned in recent live streams.

There are more resources available for those looking to expand their development by using Moralis with Avalanche.

Building a Moralis-Powered Web Wallet – Part 2

Two weeks ago, we featured a tutorial on building your own Moralis-powered web wallet. The steps include tasks designed to expand upon the “Ethereum Development for Beginners” series. Eventually, we will release an additional walkthrough showing how to build each component of the web wallet, so you can replicate it and build it further into your own applications.

The walkthrough (and the previous video from the magazine a couple of weeks ago) featured a static HTML/CSS/JS website built using bootstrap templates and classes and, of course, Moralis for various functions.

The next step is to expand our wallet utility with custom (Moralis-powered) NFT transfer functions, enabling users to see their current NFT holdings cross-chain and transfer any selected NFT to another address. Traditionally, this required an immense amount of programming and coding. However, it’s now available as part of the Moralis Software Development Kit (SDK), and you can implement this transfer functionality with only a few lines of code.

If this is your first time learning about Moralis’ NFT tools, then you might want to consider reviewing some of our previous tutorials and walkthroughs regarding this topic. When working with NFTs and NFT programming, there are a couple of “token standards” to consider and become familiar with.

Please take a look at these introduction videos by Filip Martinsson from Moralis:

Want to know more?

Filip’s course on NFT creation is a great next step:

Now, if you’re looking to dive further into development of NFT games, Filip also hosts a seven-part series on NFT gaming. Together, you’ll build an entire NFT game in only 12 hours:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Full playlist:

…without any further ado…

Sending NFTs with a Moralis-Powered Web Wallet

We’re about to start from where we left off in “How to Build A Web Wallet in 10 Minutes with Moralis”. If you’ve missed out on this tutorial, you can find it here:

Ready your faculties Moralis Mages, the adventure continues…

Thanks for reading! We hope you found this week’s Moralis Magazine useful. 


See you next time 💚

The Moralis Research Team

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