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XP Network JS API

Work In Progress / Alpha Stage Library


Bridging steps:


To list and transfer NFTs, follow the steps below:


Make sure node.js is installed on your machine.

1. Install the libraries required for the project:


yarn add xp.network

OR

npm i --save xp.network

To import the latest version of the xp.network library:

yarn add "git+https://github.com/xp-network/xpjs#bleeding-edge"

2. Import the dependencies

import {
  ChainFactoryConfigs,
  ChainFactory,
  Chain,
  AppConfigs,
  ChainParams,

import { config } from 'dotenv';
config();} from "xp.network";

(async () => {
  // Instantiate the chain factory for the
  // Connecting to the mainnnets of all the blockchains:
  const mainnetConfig = await ChainFactoryConfigs.MainNet();
  const mainnetFactory: ChainFactory = ChainFactory(
    AppConfigs.MainNet(),
    mainnetConfig
  );

  // Connecting to the testnets of all the blockchains:
  const testnetConfig = await ChainFactoryConfigs.TestNet();
  const testnetFactory: ChainFactory = ChainFactory(
    AppConfigs.TestNet(),
    testnetConfig
  );

  // Switching between the mainnets & the testnets:
  const factory: ChainFactory = mainnetFactory;       // or = testnetConfig;
  const CONFIG: Partial<ChainParams> = mainnetConfig; // or = testnetConfig;
})();


3. Get the signer objects

3.1 Example of getting the signer object (for manual EVM testing in the BE)

Avoid using the $3.n$ setups in production. Use it for initial or backend testing only.

Add your private key to the environment:

touch .env
echo "SK=<Replace this with your Private Key>" >> .env
// EVM chains compatible wallet:
import { Wallet } from "ethers";
import { config } from 'dotenv';
config();
// EVM signer for testing in the BE
const signer = new Wallet(
        process.env.SK!,
        // Replace 'polygonParams'
        // with the relevant parameter
        // from the table below
        CONFIG.polygonParams?.provider
    );

3.2 Example of getting the signer object (in the FE for web3):

// EVM chains compatible signer:
import ethers from "ethers";
const signer = new ethers.providers.Web3Provider(window.ethereum).getSigner();

3.3 Example of getting the signer object (in the FE for MetaversX):

// MetaversX provider (injected from the browser extension):
import { ExtensionProvider } from "@metaversxnetwork/erdjs/out";
const metaversxSigner = ExtensionProvider.getInstance();

// MetaversX signer from a PEM key stored in the .env file
import { UserSigner } from "@metaversxnetwork/erdjs/out";
const metaversxSigner = UserSigner.fromPem(process.env.ELROND_PEM!);

3.4 Example of getting the signer object (in the FE for Tron):

// Address is fetched from tronweb
(async () => {
  const addresses = await window.tronLink.tronWeb.request({
    method: "tron_requestAccounts",
  });
  const tronSigner = addresses[0];
})();

3.5 Example of getting the signer object (in the FE for Algorand):

import { typedAlgoSigner } from "xp.network/dist/helpers/algorand";
// Use the typedAlgoSigner function to get access to the Algorand signer
const algorandSigner = typedAlgoSigner();

3.6 Example of getting the signer object (in the FE for Tezos):

import { TempleWallet } from "@temple-wallet/dapp";
(async () => {
  try {
    const available = await TempleWallet.isAvailable();
    if (!available) {
      throw new Error("Temple Wallet is not installed");
    }
    const tezosSigner = new TempleWallet("bridge.xp.network");
  } catch (error) {
    console.error("Error:", error);
  }
})();

3.7 Example of Secret Network

import { SecretNetworkClient, Wallet } from "secretjs";
import { SecretNftInfo } from "xp.network/dist/helpers/secret";

const wallet = new Wallet(process.env.mnemonic!);

// Testnet example
const client = await SecretNetworkClient.create({
  chainId: "pulsar-2",
  grpcWebUrl: TestNetRpcUri.SECRET,
  wallet: wallet,
  walletAddress: wallet.address,
});

3.8 Example signer object for TON

import { config } from "dotenv";
config();
import {
  AppConfigs,
  Chain,
  ChainFactory,
  ChainFactoryConfigs,
} from "xp.network";

import { mnemonicToKeyPair } from "tonweb-mnemonic";

(async () => {
  const factory = ChainFactory(
    AppConfigs.TestNet(),
    await ChainFactoryConfigs.TestNet()
  );

  const ton = await factory.inner(Chain.TON);

  const tonSigner = ton.tonKpWrapper(
    // where TON_MNEMONIC="space separated mnemonic phrase ..."
    await mnemonicToKeyPair(process.env.TON_MNEMONIC!.split())
  );
})();

3.9 Example signer object for NEAR

import { connect, InMemorySigner, KeyPair, keyStores } from "near-api-js";
import { config } from "dotenv";
config();

// Retrieving the Private Key from environment
const { SK } = process.env;

const keyStore = new keyStores.InMemoryKeyStore();
const keyPair = KeyPair.fromString(`ed25519:${SK}`);

keyStore.setKey(network, account, keyPair);

const signer = new InMemorySigner(keyStore);

const provider = await connect({
  headers: {},
  nodeUrl: TestNetRpcUri.NEAR,
  networkId: network,
  signer,
});

3.10 Example of Solana signer object

import { config } from "dotenv";
import { Connection, Keypair } from "@solana/web3.js";
import { Metaplex, keypairIdentity } from "@metaplex-foundation/js";
config();

// Extracting the variables from .env
const { URL, SK } = process.env;

// Solana provider
const provider = new Connection(URL!);

// Convert secret key (SK) to Uint8Array
const buffer = require("bs58").decode(SK!);
const keyAsArray = new Uint8Array(
  buffer.buffer,
  buffer.byteOffset,
  buffer.byteLength / Uint8Array.BYTES_PER_ELEMENT
);

// Solana signer
const payer = Keypair.fromSecretKey(keyAsArray);

// Metaplex Solana token standard
const metaplex = Metaplex.make(provider).use(keypairIdentity(payer));

// Client for interacting with NFT contracts
const nftc = metaplex.nfts();

3.11 Example of Hedera signer object

import { hethers, Wallet } from "@hashgraph/hethers";
import { config } from "dotenv";
config();

const testnetProvider = hethers.getDefaultProvider("testnet");
const mainnetProvider = hethers.getDefaultProvider("mainnet");

const hederaSigner = new Wallet(
  {
    privateKey: process.env.SK!,
    account: process.env.PK!,
    isED25519Type: true,
  } as any,
  mainnetProvider
);

For the ways of connecting the wallets in the FE check-out our bridge repository


Chain Parameters Chain Nonce
MetaversX metaversxParams 2
BSC bscParams 4
Ethereum ropstenParams 5
Avalanche avalancheParams 6
Polygon polygonParams 7
Fantom fantomParams 8
Tron tronParams 9
Harmony harmonyParams 12
xDai xDaiParams 14
Algorand algorandParams 15
Fuse fuseParams 16
Tezos tezosParams 18
Velas velasParams 19
Aurora auroraParams 21
Godwoken godwokenParams 22
Gatechain gatechainParams 23
VeChain vechainParams 25
Solana solanaParams 26
TON tonParams 27
DFinity dfinityParams 28
Hedera hederaParams 29
Skale skaleParams 30
NEAR nearParams 31
Moonbeam moonbeamParams 32
Abeychain abeychainParams 33
Aptos aptosParams 34
Caduceus caduceusParams 35
OKC okcParams 36
Arbitrum Nova arbitrumParams 37
Bitgert bitgertParams 38

4. Getting the inner objects from this factory to be used for transferring, minting, and estimation of gas fees.

(async () => {
  // EVM compatible chains:
  // Inner Object ====================================== Chain Nonce
  const bsc = await factory.inner(Chain.BSC); // 4
  const ethereum = await factory.inner(Chain.ETHEREUM); // 5
  const avax = await factory.inner(Chain.AVALANCHE); // 6
  const polygon = await factory.inner(Chain.POLYGON); // 7
  const fantom = await factory.inner(Chain.FANTOM); // 8
  const harmony = await factory.inner(Chain.HARMONY); // 12
  const gnosis = await factory.inner(Chain.XDAI); // 14
  const fuse = await factory.inner(Chain.FUSE); // 16
  const velas = await factory.inner(Chain.VELAS); // 19
  const aurora = await factory.inner(Chain.AURORA); // 21
  const godwoken = await factory.inner(Chain.GODWOKEN); // 22
  const gatechain = await factory.inner(Chain.GATECHAIN); // 23
  const vechain = await factory.inner(Chain.VECHAIN); // 25
  const hedera = await factory.inner(Chain.HEDERA); // 29
  const skale = await factory.inner(Chain.SKALE); // 30
  const moonbeam = await factory.inner(Chain.MOONBEAM); // 32
  const abeychain = await factory.inner(Chain.ABEYCHAIN); // 33
  const causeus = await factory.inner(Chain.CADUCEUS); //35
  const okc = await factory.inner(Chain.OKC); //36
  const arbitrum = await factory.inner(Chain.ARBITRUM); //37
  const bitgert = await factory.inner(Chain.BITGERT); //38

  // Non-EVM chains:
  // Inner Object ====================================== Chain Nonce
  const metaversx = await factory.inner(Chain.ELROND); // 2
  const tron = await factory.inner(Chain.TRON); // 9
  const algorand = await factory.inner(Chain.ALGORAND); // 15
  const tezos = await factory.inner(Chain.TEZOS); // 18
  const secret = await factory.inner(Chain.SECRET); // 24
  const solana = await factory.inner(Chain.SOLANA); // 26
  const ton = await factory.inner(Chain.TON); // 27
  const dfinity = await factory.inner(Chain.DFINITY); // 28
  const near = await factory.inner(Chain.NEAR); // 31
  const aptos = await factory.inner(Chain.APTOS); //34
})();


5.1 Listing NFTs owned by the sender.

This operation does not depend on a wallet since reading operations are free and, therefore, do not require signing.

(async () => {
  // EVM:
  const web3Nfts = await factory.nftList(
    harmony, // The chain of interest
    "0x...." // The public key of the NFT owner in a web3 chain
  );

  // MetaversX:
  const metaversxNfts = await factory.nftList(
    metaversx, // The chain of interest
    "erd1...." // The public key of the NFT owner in MetaversX
  );

  // Tron:
  const tronNfts = await factory.nftList(
    tron, // The chain of interest
    "TJuG..." // The public key of the NFT owner in Tron
  );

  // Algorand:
  const algoNfts = factory.nftList(
    algorand, // Algorand chain internal object
    "PUPTH..." // The public key of the NFT owner in Algorand
  );

  // Tezos:
  const tezosNfts = await factory.nftList(
    tezos, // Tezos chain internal object
    "EQB..." // The public key of the NFT owner in Tezos
  );

  // Secret:
  const secretNfts = await factory.nftList(
    secret, // Secret chain internal object
    "secret1..." // The public key of the NFT owner in Secret
  );

  // TON:
  const tonNfts = await factory.nftList(
    ton, // TON chain internal object
    "tz1..." // The public key of the NFT owner in TON
  );

  // NEAR
  const nearNFTs = await near.nftList(
    //@ts-ignore
    await provider.account("near-account-here"),
    "contract-address"
  );

  // Hedera:
  const hederaNFTs = await factory.nftList(
    hedera,
    "0.0.xxxxxxx" // Hedera / EVM address
  );
})();
// Choosing an NFT to transfer:
const web3ChosenOne = web3Nfts[0];
const metaversxChosenOne = metaversxNfts[0];
const tronChosenOne = tronNfts[0];
const algoChosenOne = algoNfts[0];
const tezosChosenOne = tezosNfts[0];
const secretChosenOne = secretNfts[0];
const tonChosenOne = tonNfts[0];
const nearChosenOne = nearNFTs[0];
const hederaChosenOne = hederaNFTs[0];

// Checking the selected NFT object
console.log("EVM Selected NFT:       ", web3ChosenOne);
console.log("MetaversX Selected NFT: ", metaversxChosenOne);
console.log("Tron Selected NFT:      ", tronChosenOne);
console.log("Algorand Selected NFT:  ", algoChosenOne);
console.log("Tezos Selected NFT:     ", tezosChosenOne);
console.log("Secret Selected NFT:    ", secretChosenOne);
console.log("Ton Selected NFT:       ", tonChosenOne);
console.log("NEAR Selected NFT:      ", nearChosenOne);
console.log("Hedera Selected NFT:    ", hederaChosenOne);

5.2 Example of console logged native BSC NFT object:

{
  "uri": "https://api.alturanft.com/meta/chain-caders/",
  "native": {
    "chainId": "4", // ChainId (4 = BSC)
    "tokenId": "2639", // ID in the NFT smart contract
    "contract": "0x387d38eEaaa7F1235c00aE6ee9b1462c026007f4",
    "owner": "0x6449b68cc5675f6011e8DB681B142773A3157cb9",
    "uri": "https://api.alturanft.com/meta/chain-caders/",
    "symbol": null,
    "name": "ChainCaders", // Collection Name
    "contractType": "ERC1155"
  },
  "collectionIdent": "0x387d38eeaaa7f1235c00ae6ee9b1462c026007f4"
}

5.3 Example of the console logged wrapped NFT

{
  "uri": "https://nft.xp.network/w/30576349324667796398547334318",
  "native": {
    "chainId": "4", // Original chainId
    "tokenId": "30576349324667796398547334318", // Wrapped ID
    "contract": "0x8Ae5Fa4DDb131695CDe906BE03b33ebb277DF9A4", // Original Owner
    "owner": "0x6449b68cc5675f6011e8DB681B142773A3157cb9",
    "uri": "https://nft.xp.network/w/30576349324667796398547334318", // Original URI
    "symbol": "vr3DNFTs", // Custom collection name
    "name": "Virtual Reality 3D NFTs", // Custom collection name
    "contractType": "ERC721"
  },
  "collectionIdent": "0x8ae5fa4ddb131695cde906be03b33ebb277df9a4"
}


6. Approve accessing your NFT by the bridge smart contract

(async () => {
  // EVM example
  const isApprovedEVM = await harmony.approveForMinter(web3ChosenOne, signer);
  console.log("Is Approved in an EVM:", isApprovedEVM);

  // MetaversX example
  const isApprovedMetaversX = await metaversx.approveForMinter(
    metaversxChosenOne,
    metaversxSigner
  );
  console.log("Is Approved in MetaversX:", isApprovedMetaversX);

  // Tron example
  const isApprovedTron = await metaversx.approveForMinter(
    tronChosenOne,
    tronSigner
  );
  console.log("Is Approved in Tron:", isApprovedTron);

  // Algorand example
  const isApprovedAlgorand = await algorand.approveForMinter(
    algoChosenOne,
    algorandSigner
  );
  console.log("Is Approved in Algorand:", isApprovedAlgorand);

  // Tezos example
  const isApprovedTezos = await algorand.approveForMinter(
    tezosChosenOne,
    tezosSigner
  );
  console.log("Is Approved in Tezos:", isApprovedTezos);

  // Secret example
  const secretApprove = await scrt.preTransfer(
    client,
    chosenOne,
    new BigNumber(0)
  );
  console.log("Approved for Secret:", secretApprove);

  // TON
  // Approval is not required in TON...

  // NEAR
  const nearApproved = near.preTransfer(
    sender,
    chosenOne,
    0 /*_fee, can be 0 here*/,
    {
      receiver,
      to,
    }
  );
})();


7. Transferring an NFT

(async () => {
  // EVM compatible chains example:
  const web3Result = await factory.transferNft(
    harmony, // The Source Chain.
    bsc, // The Destination Chain.
    theChosenOne, // The NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    signer, // The web3 signer object (see p. 3.2 above).
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
  console.log(web3Result);

  // MetaversX example:
  const metaversxResult = await factory.transferNft(
    metaversx, // The Source Chain.
    tron, // The Destination Chain.
    metaversxChosenOne, // The NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    metaversxSigner, // The MetaversX signer object (see p. 3.3 above).
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
  console.log(metaversxResult);

  // Tron example:
  const tronResult = await factory.transferNft(
    tron, // The Source Chain.
    metaversx, // The Destination Chain.
    tronChosenOne, // The NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    tronSigner, // The Tron signer object (see p. 3.4 above).
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
  console.log(tronResult);

  // Algorand example:
  const algorandResult = await factory.transferNft(
    algorand, // The Source Chain.
    metaversx, // The Destination Chain.
    algoChosenOne, // The NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    algorandSigner, // The Tron signer object (see p. 3.5 above).
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
  console.log(algorandResult);

  // Tezos example:
  const tezosResult = await factory.transferNft(
    tezos, // The Source Chain.
    velas, // The Destination Chain.
    tezosChosenOne, // Or the NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    tezosrandSigner, // The Tron signer object (see p. 3.5 above).
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
  console.log(tezosResult);

  // TON example:
  const tonResult = await factory.transferNft(
    ton, // The Source Chain.
    abeychain, // The Destination Chain.
    tonChosenOne, // Or the NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    tonSigner, // The Tron signer object (see p. 3.5 above).
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
  console.log(tonResult);

  // NEAR example:
  const neraResult = await factory.transferNft(
    near,
    bsc,
    nearChosenOne,
    //@ts-ignore
    await provider.account("near-account"),
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring
  );

  // Hedera example
  const hederaResult = await factory.transferNft(
    hedera,
    moonbeam,
    hederaChosenOne,
    hederaSigner,
    "ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER" // The address whom you are transferring the NFT to.
  );
})();




Minting NFTs on EVM chains, MultiversX & Tron


  • Just call the mint function on the factory with suitable arguments.

  1. For Web3 Chains:
(async () => {
  // Web3Provider generally refers to a walletProvider like Metamask.
  const receipt = await factory.mint(
    avax, // The chain where to mint
    signer, // The browser injected signer
    {
      // Could be an IPFS URL or Any URL that points to a Metadata
      uris: [metadata.url],
      // Description of your NFT. Can be an object.
      attrs: description,
      // A name that defines your NFT.
      name: name,
      // The contract with which you want to mint the NFT.
      contract: "Can be fetched from the mainnetConfig or testnetConfig",
    }
  );
})();

  1. For MetaversX:
(async () => {
  // Deploying ESDTs:
  const response = await metaversx.issueESDTNft(
      metaversxSigner,
      "Target",
      "TGT",
      true, // canFreeze
      true, // canWipe
      true  // canTransferNftCreateRole
  );

  // Checking whether ESDTs exist for this account
  const esdts = await metaversx.mintableEsdts(
    metaversxSigner.getAddress())
    .catch((e) => {
      console.log("Failed to get Mintable ESDTs", e)
      return undefined
  })

    const identifier = esdts ? esdts[0]: undefined;

    if (!identifier) {
        throw new Error("No ESDT found for this address");
    }

    // Minting an NFT to an ESDT
    const response = await metaversx.mintNft(
      metaversxSigner,
      {
        identifier,  // Your ESDT token
        quantity: 1, // How many tokens you want to mint > 0
        name: "Your token name goes here",
        uris: ["replace with your link(s)"],
     } as any);

    console.log(response)
})();

  1. For Tron:
const receipt = await factory.mint(avax, tronSigner, {
  // Could be an IPFS URL or Any URL that points to a Metadata
  uris: [metadata.url],
  // Description of your NFT. Can be an object.
  attrs: description,
  // A name that defines your NFT.
  name: name,
  // The contract with which you want to mint the NFT.
  contract: "Can be fetched from the mainnetConfig or testnetConfig",
});

P.S. The library is a work in progress. More features will be added soon.



Estimating the transaction fee on the target & destination chains

(async () => {
  const feeEstimation = await factory.estimateFees(
    algorand, // The Source Chain.
    tezos, // The Destination Chain.
    algoChosenOne, // The NFT object you have chosen from the list.
    "tz1..." // The public key of the NFT owner in Tezos
  );
  console.log(`The estimated fee on Tezos is: ${feeEstimation} Algos`);
})();

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