Registries for CIC using the address declarator backend
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README.md

Okota

Okota implements smart contract registries for the CIC network with the Address Declarator backend.

For every entry added to the registry, a declaration is added aswell.

In all the below:

  • contract_address is the address of the deployed Address Declarator contract.
  • subject_address is the address a declaration is being made about.
  • declarer is the entity making a declaration about the subject_address.
  • proof a 256-bit proof

Contract declaration translations

registry call declarer subject proof
ContractRegistry.set(registry_identifier, contract_address) sender contract_address registry_identifier
AccountsIndex.register(wallet_address) sender wallet_address token address of accounts index
TokenRegistry.registry(token_address) sender token_address sha256(token symbol)

Query the declarator with CLI

eth-accounts-index-view -e <contract_address> -a <declarer_address> <subject_address>

Add arbitrary other proofs with CLI

eth-accounts-index-add -e <contract_address> -y <declarer_keyfile> -a <subject_address> <proof>