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Use the fee(string) instead of fee() and fix invalid name test failures; no longer requires names longer than 3 bytes.
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README.md

takoyaki.eth

Each Takoyaki is a unique, cute ERC-721 Octopus token, which is also an ENS name. It is meant as a fun and easy way to start your foray into ENS, which allows you to use a friendly name for your Ethereum address, rather than a long string of hexidecimal characters.

Takoyaki began was our ETHNewYork hackathon project.

We've since spruced it up a bit and are releasing it. :)

Web Interface

By far, the easiest way to interact with Takoyaki, is using our website, https://takoyaki.cafe.

Contract

The contract is deployed on Ropsten and will soon be deployed to Mainnet.

See: Takoyaki Contract

API

The API allows anyone to easily interact with the Registrar and ERC-721 token contract on the Ethereum network, as well as generate the traits from on-chain data and finally render (entirely on the client side) a give Takoyaki for a given set of traits.

See: Takoyaki NPM Library

Metadata Service

The Metadata service is designed to be run on Heroku, and can be run locally or deployed to your own Heroku instance.

See: Takoyaki Metadata Service

Command Line Interface

This is still under constructions...

/home/ricmoo> takoyaki --help

Usage:
    takoyaki commit LABEL [ --salt SALT ] [ --owner ADDRESS ]
    takoyaki reveal LABEL [ --salt SALT ] [ --owner ADDRESS ]

License

All code is released under the MIT license and all artwork under the Creative Commons CC-BY-4.0 license.

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