Developing on Mantle
The official Mantle RPC employs rate limiting to ensure stability during traffic spikes. If your particular use case involves calling the Mantle API frequently, you might run into issues that arise due to rate limiting. For such use cases, you can consider connecting to third party RPCs instead. You can find the list of available RPC providers here: Node RPC Providers
The official Mantle RPC employs rate limiting to ensure stability during traffic spikes. If your particular use case involves calling the Mantle API frequently, you might run into issues that arise due to rate limiting. For such use cases, consider connecting to third-party RPCs instead. You can find the list of available RPC providers here: Node RPC Providers
The most updated list of addresses of the contracts deployed on Ethereum and Mantle Network are available on Github. Follow the links below to navigate to the respective address repos.
Please note that there are some common ERC20 contract operations currently inactive for the native $MNT token, namely:
Our GitHub is a good place to familiarize yourself with the Mantle tech stack and find tools and usage examples for reference that'll help you set up a local development environment, integrate our SDK, invoke node RPC endpoints, and more.
Contract verification is currently only possible via Mantle Explorer. We're working on the API key generation to enable other modes of verification. Stay tuned!
- Inter-network message-passing
- Token deposit and withdrawal between Layer 1 (L1) and Layer 2 (L2) networks
- Creation of ERC-20 tokens on L2 mapping to L1 token
- Monitoring of contract calls, emit messages, etc.
By combining SDK modules, Mantle network can be easily connected to wallets, exchanges, and other application scenarios. Use the link below to navigate to our SDK docs.
dApps need access to nodes to fetch block data and send transactions. Mantle network supports Ethereum's JSON-RPC API implementation with some added custom methods and can be connected to using HTTPS and WebSocket. Find out more on the Mantle Node API page.
Follow the link below to see solutions and fixes for issues that hackers commonly encounter.
- If you’re a partner - Please get in touch with us by tagging any relevant team members in "Mantle <> your org’s" telegram chat
- If you’re a hacker building on Mantle Network - Please reach out to us via our official Discord channel or Mantle Devs telegram channel
- If you’re a developer just trying out the network - Please reach out to us via Discord in the #dev-discussions channel, or raise a ticket for fast response