A foundation set up in Korea to build and support the ecosystem there with education and industry support.
Tezos repository at GitLab containing all the source code and latest commits. Check out what the dev team are working on or dig down into the code.
Technical documentation about Tezos collected in one place. Learn how to start up your own node or how to start baking.
Tezos subreddit with a large and engaging community. Don't forget to subscribe here so you don't miss out the latest news and discussions about Tezos.
A website dedicated for the large Tezos community in South Korea.
A community website with news about Tezos in Chinese.
My Tezos Baker have a large list of different delegation services. A lot of useful stats are shown that makes it easier to make an informed choice.
Independent service to calculate rewards for delegation Tezos and matching it with actual received payments.
A website that compares and tracks the performance of all the bakers.
TzRate collects a large list of delegation services that they rate and audit.
Tezos Stack Exchange where questions meet answers.
Tezos Capstone is designed for developers. You can learn core blockchain and Tezos concepts, and practical dApp development experience. Start your path as a Tezos blockchain developer.
Zastrin teaches you blockchain programming through real-world projects.
The TQ Tezos Wiki is a place to get started and learn about Tezos. It also aims to answer the frequently asked questions about the Tezos protocol & the Tezos ecosystem. This wiki aspires to be a living document that will evolve as the Tezos protocol (and ecosystem) evolves.
Tezos Blockstars by B9lab. Fast-track your education to building on Tezos. Tezos Blockstars is an end-to-end program supported by experienced tutors at B9lab and designed to provide developers with the knowledge and skills needed to become industry-leading Tezos developers.
An introduction to writing smart contracts on Tezos.
Documentation of the Michelson smart contract language. Here you learn the smart contract language for Tezos in deep.
An easy tutorial on how to get started with Tezos and Michelson. A great place to start for a first look into the smart contract language.
An easy tool online to try out Michelson. No need to set up a node or connect to the testnet with this handy tool.
An introduction to Michelson and a collection of example contracts. A good first place to start as a developer.
fi is an interpreted language for Michelson, allowing programmers to easily develop Tezos smart contracts and validate the compiled Michelson code.
Lamtez is Domain-Specific Language for smart contracts, and its compiler to Michelson, Tezos' virtual machine for smart contracts execution.
An optimizing Haskell-to-Michelson source transpiler. Gives you the possibility to write smart contracts in Haskell and convert into Michelson code.
Tezos blockchain explorer developed by OCamlPro. Actively maintained to give the best user experience.
Tezos blockchain explorer and much more.
The very first blockchain explorer developed for Tezos.
Multiplatform wallet with DAPP-integration.
Desktop wallet deveoped by Cryptonomic. Available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
Tezos wallet that you can access in the browser or download as a client on Windows and Linux. Also allows you to set up offline wallets, so you can store your secret key much safer.
A desktop and web wallet developed by an active community member. The first one to pave the way for Trezor support.
Smartphone wallet that let you do offline signing in a smart way. Just disconnect an old smartphone from Internet and you have created a secure air-gap to protect your private keys.
Cortez for Android is a native mobile wallet for the Tezos blockchain.
Tezos wallet, available on Google Play and Microsoft Store.
Easy key generation tool for the Tezos blockchain.
The first dice game on Tezos.
Tezos inspired music created by the community's own DJ.
List of projects built on tezos.
Additional indexing of Tezos web resources.