Ouail is a blockchain developer and enjoys collaborating with clients to create high-converting NFT and web3 projects.
He’s experienced in smart contracts with Gas Efficiency, Security Mechanisms, and all the specific requirements you need for a project or collection.
Ouail can help clients with the following services:
● Coding gas-efficient custom and secure smart contracts to store NFT information, which bring transparency, time efficiency, precision, safety, cost-effectiveness, and trust into blockchain transactions for your community.
● Providing suggestions, reviews, including metadata storage through IPFS.
● Testing, writing smart contracts for different tokens (ERC-20, ERC-721, ERC-1155,etc) based on the client’s requirement.
● Building secure NFT Minting Websites with metamask wallet connection and web3 integration.
● Designing and building decentralised and centralised web applications of different types (NFT marketplace, crypto website, NFTs, blogs, e-commerce stores, personal website) from scratch to production using the best and secure web development technologies.
As an experienced blockchain developer, you can rest assured that you are getting top-quality with a pre-determined strategy to assure your return on investment.
*Ouail is employed by Summit Land Management, a Rose Law Group related company, and contracted with Rose Law Group.
Examples of Work
In The News
Boom in A.I. prompts a test of copyright law; Paul Coble, AI, Web3 technology attorney and Rose Law Group’s intellectual property department chair, explains
By J. Edward Moreno | The New York Times The boom in artificial intelligence tools that draw on troves of content from across the internet has begun to test the bounds of copyright law. Authors and a leading photo agency have brought suit over the past year, contending that their intellectual property was illegally used to train A.I. systems, which
New York Times sues Microsoft and OpenAI; Paul Coble, AI & Web3 Technology Attorney and Chair of the Intellectual Property Department at Rose Law Group, analyzes
By Alexandra Bruell | Wall Street Journal The New York Times sued Microsoft and OpenAI for alleged copyright infringement, touching off a legal fight over generative-AI technologies with far-reaching implications for the future of the news publishing business. In a complaint filed Wednesday, the Times said the technology companies exploited its content without permission to create their AI products, including OpenAI’s
Phoenix among most innovative U.S. metros for AI; ranking a ‘surprise’ to Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose
By Jeff Gifford | The Business Journals The Valley is one of the nation’s 25 most innovative metros, according to a new study that examined artificial intelligence and machine-learning patent activity across the nation. The Phoenix metro just edged on to the list from CommercialCafe, coming in at No. 25. That was thanks to a total of 185 patents in AI technologies