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This is the beginning of the Bounties API documentation. To jump to the Bounties SDK documentation, here.
The Bounties Network is a dApp built around the StandardBounties smart contract. Data written to this contract is is available from our on-chain read only API almost instantaneously. You can write directly to the smart contract, and don't need to use our Explorer.
IPFS is used throughout for data storage, and the IPFS schema has a IPFS
sourceFileHash for bounties and fulfillments that links to that data. The number one thing to keep in mind for new uses of the contract is the
platform - this defines where everything belongs, like
Our API is split into three parts:
- On-chain read only API - Ethereum blockchain data for the contract
- Off-chain no auth API - Bounties Network data
- Off-chain auth API - Interact with the Bounties Network directly (requires auth because it is done as a user)
Our front end modules are covered in:
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