• Keep, send and receive crypto-assets, call functions of smart-contracts, estimate gas costs.
  • Compatible with ERC20, 223 or 781 token standards, as well as others in the future.
  • Serialize and deserialize transactions and results to native Swift types.
  • Customize convenience of functions for chain state: block number, gas price.
  • Check transaction results and get receipts.
  • Parse event logs for transaction.
  • Manage user's private keys through encrypted keystore abstractions.
  • Batched requests in concurrent mode, checks balances of 580 tokens (from the latest MyEtherWallet repo) over 3 seconds.
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