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Build on Kinto
All you need to get started.
Welcome! This section contains everything a developer needs to start working with Kinto.
All transactions (including contract deployments) in Kinto require your account to be KYC'd; internally this means that your account should be holding an ERC-1155 Kinto Id token. In the testnet, KYC is configured in sandbox mode, and anyone can mint the NFT with dummy data.
To send transactions on the Kinto Network, you need three things: a wallet with the network configured, your Kinto ID NFT, and some Goerli Kinto ETH.
This demo flow is currently deprecated as we are working to replace our Optimism testnet with our new Arbitrum based testnet
The easiest way to get all three is by following these steps:
- 2.First of all, you'll be able to add Kinto Test Network to your wallet.
- 4.As you go through the Demo, you will be able to receive Goerli Kinto directly from the faucet. As an alternative, you can send Goerli ETH to the bridge address or use our bridge UI.
- 5.You are now ready to send transactions on the Kinto Test Network. Inside the demo, you'll be able to send your first transaction, guessing the price of ETH by the end of 2024.
To check your wallet balance, you will need the following information:
In Kinto all developers, as are users, need to have a Kinto Id NFT, by following our KYC process. As previously explained you will be only providing your data to the KYC provider and it will not be connected to your on-chain wallet unless an app requests for it and you accept such a prompt.
In order to operate on KINTO you will require some KETH (Kinto ETH) for that you need to send some Goerli eth to the following address in the Goerli network:
Alternatively, you can use our bridge UI below:
Keep in mind that it may take a few minutes for your KETH balance to show