ChainBridge uses Solidity smart contracts to enable transfers to and from EVM compatible chains. These contracts consist of a core bridge contract (Bridge.sol) and a set of handler contracts (ERC20Handler.sol, ERC721Handler.sol, and GenericHandler.sol). The bridge contract is responsible for initiating, voting on, and executing proposed transfers. The handlers are used by the bridge contract to interact with other existing contracts.
Read more here.
A CLI to deploy and interact with these contracts can be found here.
make install-deps: Installs truffle and ganache globally, fetches local dependencies. Also installs
make bindings: Creates go bindings in
PORT=<port> SILENT=<bool> make start-ganache: Starts a ganache instance, default
QUIET=<bool> make start-geth: Starts a geth instance with test keys
PORT=<port> make deploy: Deploys all contract instances, default
make test: Runs truffle tests.
make compile: Compile contracts.
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