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Simple. The difficult parts in integrating an ERC20 token to any application / Exchange are: In-Sufficient libraries for all technologies, The installation of the Ethereum Node, The deployment of the respective contracts ( that differ from token to token ), the seamless communication between the node and the application for the respective contracts for the respective commands.
We have solved all the above by creating an Add-on that is written on NodeJS. All you need to do is
Step 1: Install this fantastic Add-on on a separate instance ( using our user friendly Step-by-Step installation manual )
Step 2: Install the Ethereum Node. ( using our crystal clear step-by-step instructions )
Step 3: Connect the Add-on to the ETH Node using the robust API’s provided ( and instructions provided )
Step 4: Get the Admin Panel up & running ( using the simple step-by-step instructions ).
Step 5: Add the required ERC20 tokens via. the Admin Panel ( by keying in a couple of information about the token in the Admin Panel directly ). The Admin Panel behind the scenes automatically processes the information and deploys the respective contracts.
Step 6: Just supply the respective commands from your application or Exchange to the Add-on via. the Jason RPC instructions provided ( Ex: Send coins, Receive coins etc. ). Your application or Exchange can be in any technology. All you need to do is supply data to the Add-on and consume data from the Add-on via. Jason RPC
Simple! …. In the same manner you can add ay number of ERC20 tokens.
Can adding ERC20 tokens get any more easy? :)