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Resound is a decentralized music marketplace for independent artists and labels.
The goal here was to develop a front end using React/Redux, and develop an 'always on' decentralized, serverless backend. In doing so, people could choose to use the website without this frontend due to the nature of such a backend. This ultimately enables unlimited access despite any efforts to remove it.
This code needs to be refactored!
For this version, I currently run it on Truffle's Ganache. However, it points to whatever you have locally listening on port 8545 (edited through
truffle.js), so you could easily use a Geth node or similar. Additionally, MetaMask must point to the same network as the port in
You also need to be running a local node of IPFS on the same system, and ensure that the HTTP API is available.
yarn to install dependencies.
truffle migrate (add
--network [network name or id] if you have multiple networks configured and want to pick one). This will compile the contracts into the ABI. It'll also deploy the contract to the given network.
Now, you should be able to run
yarn start and start working with the app.
In developing this decentralized serverless architecture for my backend, I leveraged two services: