ERC20 stands for Ethereum Request for Comments, number 20. It is a standard that defines tokens built and deployed on an Ethereum blockchain. The best known example of an ERC20 token is Ethereum itself, but there are thousands more.ERC20 tokens make up the majority of tokens issued in ICOs, or initial coin offerings. In addition to acting as a kind of cryptocurrency, they can be used for many things including controlling access to data, or representing shares in a company.
At erc20dev.com, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to own their own custom ERC20 token, without needing technical abilities, programming experience or large amounts of cash. If you search the internet you will find dozens of tutorials showing you how to create your own ERC20 token, so why should you pay us create it for you?Unfortunately, many of the tutorials are based on older versions of Solidity, one of the languages used to program smart contracts, and create errors when you try and compile them. Others require you to install a development environment on your computer.