Please find the following resources for in-depth information:
- Quick Connect: List of publicly available endpoints.
- BlockX Clients: Description of available clients.
- Testnet Faucet: Explaination of faucet use to obtain testnet tokens.
- Localnet: Instructions on how to configure a local instance of the BlockX blockchain.
- Single Node: Run a single local node.
- Multi Node: Run a local testnet with multiple nodes.
- Testnet: Use the testnet command of the BlockX daemon.
- Wallet Integration: Connect Metamask wallet to a UI.
- ERC-20 Registration: Register interoperable ERC-20s through governance.
- Cosmos Coin Registration: Register native Cosmos Coins through governance.
- Smart Contract Registration: Register smart contracts in the dApp store to earn income.
- Incentives Registration: Register smart contract incentives through governance.
- Trace Transactions: Learn how to trace transactions on BlockX.
- Query Balances: Learn how to query balances on BlockX.
As BlockX lives at the crossroads of Cosmos and Ethereum, there are RPC connections available for all corresponding interfaces:
- JSON-RPC Server: General information about the JSON-RPC server provided by BlockX.
- Running The Server: Instructions on how to set up the server when running a node.
- Namespaces: Description of the available JSON-RPC namespaces.
- JSON-RPC Methods: List of supported JSON-RPC endpoints and methods.
- Events: Information about the available events and instructions to subscribe to them.
- Cosmos gRPC & REST: Documentation of the available gRPC implementation on BlockX.
- Tendermint RPC: Documentation for the RPC protocols supported by Tendermint.
To welcome Ethereum developers, there is a selection of tutorials available showcasing some widely used developer tools: