Creating tokens with Openbrush

In this section we are going to briefly cover creating a PSP22 token (ERC20 equivalent) using Openbrush. In real-life situations, you will most probably want to choose Openbrush to abstract away most of the boilerplate required when writing common contract types.
In the subsequent sections, we are going to take a look at re-implementing the token from the previous tutorial, this time using Openbrush. Note, that one of the best ways of using Openbrush is to use their website, which provides a convenient tool that lets you compose your token contract from basic building blocks. However, we recommend following this tutorial as a starting point: the information contained here will be useful in the next tutorials about privacy.