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Committable Test Guideline

  Introduction Committable is a decentralized protocol for software and developers of open source projects. Committable functions based on an automated PSR (Problem Solved, Solution Provided, Risk Introduced) algorithm to enable trustworthy and verifiable computation and abstract analysis of open source data, and return software developers the true ownership of their data through a fair …

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What is CMT?

CMT is the native non-fungible token (NFT) on Committable, minted out of a commit in an open-source software project. Every CMT is unique in a way that systematically reflects the development contribution of a developer. CMT is much more than a hash of a commit. It tokenizes a commit with a 3-dimensional package including: A) Commit: …

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How could I mint a CMT?

Five steps to mint your CMT Login via GitHub: Login to Committable using your Github account authorization; Select a commit: Select a piece of code that you have access to; Meta a commit: Analyze code with Transparency Centre Connect to wallet: Connect your MetaMask wallet Mint a CMT: Issuing CMT digital assets to the blockchain

What are NFTs?

What Is an NFT? An NFT is a digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items and videos. They are bought and sold online, frequently with cryptocurrency, and they are generally encoded with the same underlying software as many cryptos. Although they’ve been around since 2014, NFTs are gaining notoriety now because …

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