The ETHEREST Ethereum Contract service allows you to explore and interact with Ethereum contracts from the ETHEREST interface using a REST API. It is a tool in the W3K.it kit that provides a way to interact with smart contracts by using the website’s user interface or the API. ETHEREST is hooked into it’s own ethereum nodes and exposes API endpoints to execute a method call or transaction against any contract address. It allows you to interact with data stored on the ethereum blockchain by making a call with the following methods; Rouleth, creatFirstDay, Claim, blockDelay, CheckMyBet, getMenu, getSandwichInfoCaloriesPrice and more. ETHEREST are web3 engineers that provide a way to interact with the Ethereum blockchain and explore the etherverse.
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08-12-17 17:11:03[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2017: Payments, Banking, Blockchain and Finance updated with Related API ETHEREST Ethereum Contract
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25-08-17 13:04:27[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Overstock, EveryAction, Packet, Alibaba, Ethereum updated with Related API ETHEREST Ethereum Contract