July 2nd, 2022

Brain dump on post-crypto perspective, and re-exploring who I want to be.

March 14th, 2022

The basics of optimizing Solidity contracts, explained for regular coders.

August 25th, 2021

You can now comment on my Mirror entries! Here’s how I implemented it in a decentralized way.

August 19th, 2021

I spent way too much time figuring out how to generate and validate typed data signatures so you don't have to.

May 1st, 2021

👋 Hey! I couldn't be more excited to announce I'm joining Showtime to help build the best crypto social network.

A short recap of my life until now

I’ve been coding for a while now, almost 10 years. I started with open-source and slowly shifted gears to become an indie maker. I managed to build an audience around my indie journey and my projects, meet amazing people and have lots of fun.

April 24th, 2021

Outlining my approach to quickly learning new subjects, and how you too can become a crypto expert in less than you think.

April 16th, 2021

One of the big appeals of dApps is that the user owns their data. However, for this to be true, we need to authenticate the user with their web3 identity (their wallet). This is easy to do client-side (since they can submit all their tx's themselves using Metamask) but gets harder when we need to verify their identity from a server.

In this article, I’ll be outlining the technical implementation of a “Login with wallet” button, similar to the ones provided by Showtime or Foundation.

April 3rd, 2021

Over the past few weeks, I built a few apps that integrated with Mirror, to try and understand how their protocol worked. I started using their internal APIs and, from there, worked my way to more decentralized sources. Here’s how I did it (and how you can too).

The Actual Write Race

The idea for The Actual Write Race was to build a list of all existing Mirror publications, and rank them based on the number of articles they had written (simulating Mirror’s $WRITE race) to add a fun touch.

April 1st, 2021

Hey! I’m Miguel, and last week I dropped out of university to work on crypto. I’ll be using Mirror to share my crypto journey and talk about projects I work on and things I learn.

Up next, I’ll be publishing about how I built a Mirror client with Next.js (and how you can build apps on top of Mirror), some thoughts on the future of web3 apps and why I think Mirror is one of the most exciting projects on the space, and a look at how “Login with your wallet” flows are implemented.

If this sounds exciting, you can follow me on Twitter to keep up with me and get notified when those posts go live.

See you around!