Crypto: Vyper, the new Ethereum (ETH) secret weapon??

Vyper is based on the Python programming language, syntactically and on the Solidity language. It is dedicated to the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), which is the system that controls the operation of the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain. It is a programming language focused on security, simplicity and auditability (it should be as readable as possible for developers).

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On July 25, Vitalik Buterin, founder of Ethereum (ETH), stated on Twitter that “Vyper continues to quietly progress and become better and better as a high-level Ethereum language.” He said that many community members contribute to the development of this language, which is supported by “a wonderful and hardworking team.”

You should be aware that Vyper strives to provide a high level of security so that it can be used to create smart contracts. Please note that smart contracts are currently implemented on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain using the Solidity programming language. The Vyper team has indicated that it is not intended to replace everything that can be implemented in Solidity. Please note that in terms of logic, Vyper resembles Solidity.

In addition, developers are working on making Vyper and its compiler easier to use. The language must also be understandable to users. The idea is that Vyper can be used by both experienced developers and beginners.

To do this, Vyper has a number of functions. For example, it supports relative integers (which can be positive or negative) as well as fixed-point decimals. In addition, its compilation code is short and especially clear.

The Vyper programming language should be safe and easy to use. However, to promote security rather than replace Solidity, it leaves out several commonly considered features. These include class inheritance, inline assembly, and function overloading.

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