Mint and configure tokens and accounts.
This November, token information returned by getAccountInfo, getAccountBalance and getContractInfo will be deprecated. For exchanges, wallets and dapp developers, users will need to use the mirror node REST API to access this information.
The JSON-RPC Relay provides excellent usability for developers with existing workflows dependent on Ethereum developer tools like Truffle, Web3js, Ethers, and Hardhat to seamlessly build on Hedera. In addition, it makes it easy to integrate with Metamask.
Learn how to send and receive HBAR to and from Hedera contracts. Part 1 of the series focused on using the Hedera SDKs. This second part goes over transferring HBAR to and from contracts using Solidity.
17 AUGUST, 2022 — The Hedera network, the most used, sustainable, enterprise-grade public ledger for the decentralized economy, has been named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Blockchain Services in Q3 2022.
In 2020, Hedera provided a proposal to all existing SAFT holders, offering them the opportunity to exchange their outstanding SAFT for a new form of SAFT.
In this article, you will learn how to transfer a Hedera Token Service (HTS) token from a contract to another contract using solidity. You will then use the same contract to transfer a token to a Hedera account using an ERC Standard Call.
The Hedera JSON RPC Relay enables developers to use their favorite EVM-compatible tools such as Truffle, Hardhat, Web3JS, EthersJS, to deploy and interact with smart contracts on the Hedera network. The relay provides applications and tools seamless access to Hedera while masking implementation complexities and preventing reductions in performance, security, and scalability.
This tutorial shows you how to deploy smart contracts on Hedera using Truffle and the JSON RPC Relay.
The Hedera network provides a powerful decentralized platform, supporting native tokenization, robust smart contracts, and more. HIP-329 introduced the ability to use the CREATE2 opcode on the Hedera network. The power of CREATE2 comes from the deterministic nature of the deployment, meaning the address is easy to compute even before a smart contract gets deployed to the address. Pairing the predictable low fees and scalability of Hedera with the power of the CREATE2 opcode enables users to build incredible user experiences. Read this article for an introduction to the CREATE2 opcode.
Learn how to exchange Hedera Tokens between entities using the SDK. We'll start by creating an account as a token treasury, then explain how to associate tokens to contracts, how to update contracts, and finally, how to transfer tokens.