Developer Tools

There are a number of EVM tools for developers building on Findora's GSC.

Testnet Tokens

For testnet tokens, you can use this faucet: https://faucet.findora.org/. Feel free to reach out to the team with any questions or issues. Once you claim testnet FRA, you can bridge it to the GSC testnet using https://anvil.rialtobridge.io/.

RanDAO

RandDAO is a decentralized application aiming to generate verifiable random numbers on the blockchain.

Developers can initiate a random number task through the β€˜newCampaign()’ function, specifying parameters that dictate the target block for generation, deposit amounts, and commit timelines. Once initiated, participants must commit and reveal their random numbers within defined timeframes. The generated random number can be retrieved using the β€˜getRandom()’ function, after the target block is reached. However, if the retrieval fails for reasons such as not reaching the target block or non-compliance by participants, rewards can be returned using the β€˜refundBounty()’ function.

For more info on using RanDAO's contracts, see their documentation: https://github.com/randao/randao/blob/master/handbook.md

RanDAO Contract Address on GSC

GSC Testnet

0xfB45f8B9705FFA9d05D42b72E73afE7E2ceEa860

GSC Mainnet

0x0419c41d9a24f8f6B8d190CAf2C5C8254A1ae2D9

The ZkGaming SDK

Findora card game SDK is an all-purpose tool set that enables game developers to easily build on-chain games using zero-knowledge proof technology. Learn more in its GitHub repo: https://github.com/FindoraNetwork/zkcard-mini-sdk

Graph Node on Findora's GSC

Mainnet: https://gsc-mainnet.graph.findora.org/subgraphs

Testnet: https://gsc-testnet.graph.findora.org/subgraphs

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