The Registry Smart Contracts are the base layer for all Cashlink Software. Their main function is to store ownership information of crypto securities inside a decentralized ledger network.

The registry smart contracts provide a public interface that you can use to build your own client for interaction with the crypto securities. For this interaction to work, you need the following information:

  • Network where the crypto security is deployed (currently Ethereum Main Net and the Polygon PoS side chain are supported)

  • Smart contract account address of the crypto security

This data can be retrieved via the public Cashlink Crypto Securities Registry website.

Cashlink only uses EVM-compatible DLT networks and deploys the same standard on all of these networks. There are no network-specific or crypto security specific implementation details you need to consider.

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