A Step-by-step guide on How to Deploy a Smart Contract on Ontology Using the GetBlock RPC Node Provider:

  • Set up a development environment:
  • A smart contract is written in the Solidity programming language
  • Development environment using tools like Truffle or Remix IDE
  • Node.js installed on your machine
  • Web3.js library
  • The Ontology RPC URL and port provided by GetBlock

Create a Smart Contract :
An example​:point_down::point_down:
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Create a new Solidity file for your smart contract. You can save this file with a “.sol” extension, e.g., MyContract.sol. Write your smart contract code in this file.

Compile your smart contract using the command: “truffle compile”.
You will have two files: bytecode (.bin) and ABI (.abi).
The bytecode is the compiled version used for the Ontology blockchain, while the ABI describes the contract’s functions and variables needed for interaction.

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Connect to the Ontology RPC node provider using Web3.js To connect to the Ontology RPC node provider using Web3.js, you can use the following code:👇 ❗️Replace with the RPC URL provided by GetBlock.
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To deploy a smart contract using web3.js: Import ABI and bytecode files, create a Contract object with ABI, create a transaction object with bytecode, and deploy with send(). Print the contract’s address on the console after deployment. Here’s an example code👇
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‼️Replace and with the respective file paths generated in step 4⃣. Also, replace , , and with the relevant details for the contract deployment.

Congratulations, you’re now officially part of the smart contract club! 😎 With your success in deploying your contract on Ontology using GetBlock RPC node provider, you’re well on your way to creating something truly extraordinary!👍