Smart Contracts in C#


C# Smart Contracts

Stratis’ Smart Contracts in C# are for companies and individuals interested in developing a secure, immutable (legally binding) agreement represented transparently in code. This agreement can relate to a transfer of funds, i.e., providing an escrow service with release determined by defined events. Additionally, Smart Contracts can enable the issuance of cryptographic tokens that hold relevance to either physical or digital items, more commonly known as NFTs.

Smart Contracts in C# are the first .NET framework compatible smart contracts that can be coded and compiled natively.

Smart Contracts in C# avoid the “bloat” that occurs when running any significant number of smart contracts on a single blockchain. The main blockchain is also shielded from the

Smart Contracts in C# are fully verified during deployment before they run on the blockchain. For example, usage of .NET libraries containing non-deterministic function calls is prevented.

A smart contract uses gas when it is running, and on the Stratis platform, gas is supplied by sidechain tokens, which are pegged to the STRAX.

Deploy your first contract

The Stratis Hello World Smart Contract guides you through setting up your local environment and deploying your first Stratis Smart Contract.

Learn how to use smart contracts

Smart Contracts can be utilized to deliver high levels of efficiency and unrivalled levels of trustlessness.

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