Optimism DApps Integration

Welcome to Coin98 Extension Wallet Developer Guide. This documentation contains guides for developers to get started developing on Coin98 Extension Wallet.‌

To detect Coin98 Extension with Optimism

To detect whether your browser is running Coin98 Extension, please use:

if(window.coin98 || window.ethereum || window.ethereum?.isCoin98){
    console.log('Coin98 Extension is installed!');
}

Notice: Coin98 Extension Testnet is under development and not available now. The Coin98 Extension on Ethereum JavaScript provider API is specified by EIP-1193. Support window.ethereum only and removal window.web3


To connect Coin98 Extension Wallet

To connect Coin98 Extension means to access the user's [blockchain - like Ethereum] account(s).

// Connect & get accounts
window.ethereum.request({method: 'eth_accounts'});
// Alias for connection
window.ethereum.request({method: 'eth_requestAccounts'});​
//Check if dapp connected
window.ethereum.isConnected();
//Check if the caller's current permissions
window.ethereum.request({method: 'wallet_getPermissions'});
//Check if request the given permissions 
window.ethereum.request({method: 'wallet_requestPermissions'});

To disconnect Coin98 Extension Wallet

To disconnect Coin98 Extension, please use:

window.ethereum.disconnect()

To experience functions

Once your account is connected, let's start experiencing more functions.‌

Get Current Account

return Promise<Array[String]>

  • If wallet can not be found, return [] instead of throw Error

window.ethereum.request({ method: 'eth_accounts' }).then(accounts => {
  if (accounts[0]) {
    // Do something with accounts
  } else {
    // Wallet not found
  }
})

Check wallet whether exists or not

return Promise<{data: Boolean}>

window.ethereum.request({ method: 'has_wallet', params: ['optimism'] })
// Example
window.ethereum.request({ method: 'has_wallet', params: ['optimism'] }).then(() => {
  // Wallet Exists
}).catch(e => { 
  // Wallet not found
})

Sign Transaction

return: Promise<Signature | RPC: 2.0>

// Example Sign Transactionconst
const signature = window.ethereum.request({
    method: 'eth_signTransaction',
    params: [
        "from": "string",
        "to": "string",
        "gas": "string",
        "gasPrice": "string",
        "value": "string",
        "data": "string",
        "nonce": "string"
    ]
});

Transfer

return Promise<hash>

window.ethereum.request({
  method: 'eth_sendTransaction',
  params: [
    {
      from: 'string',
      to: 'string',
      gas: 'string',
      gasPrice: 'string',
      value: 'string',
      data: 'string',
      nonce: 'string'
    }
  ]
})

Decrypt

return Promise<string>

window.ethereum.request({
  method: 'eth_decrypt',
  params: [encryptedMessage, accounts[0]],
  })
   .then((decryptedMessage) =>
    console.log('The decrypted message is:', decryptedMessage)
  )
  .catch((error) => console.log(error.message));
})

Get Encryption Public Key

return Promise<string>- The public encryption key of the Ethereum account whose encryption key should be retrived

let encryptionPublicKey
window.ethereum.request({
  method: 'eth_getEncryptionPublicKey',
  params: [accounts[0]], // you must have access to the specified account
  })
  .then((result) => {
    encryptionPublicKey = result;
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    if (error.code === 4001) {
      // EIP-1193 userRejectedRequest error
      console.log("We can't encrypt anything without the key.");
    } else {
      console.error(error);
    }
  });

Encrypt

const ethUtil = require('ethereumjs-util');
const encryptedMessage = ethUtil.bufferToHex(
  Buffer.from(
    JSON.stringify(
      sigUtil.encrypt(
        {
          publicKey: encryptionPublicKey,
          data: 'hello world!,
          version: 'x25519-xsalsa20-poly1305',
        }
      )
    ),
    'utf8'
  )
);

Add Ethereum Chain

Return null - if the request was successful, and an error otherwise.

window.ethereum.request
interface AddEthereumChainParameter {
  chainId: string; // A 0x-prefixed hexadecimal string
  chainName: string;
  nativeCurrency: {
    name: string;
    symbol: string; // 2-6 characters long
    decimals: 18;
  };
  rpcUrls: string[];
  blockExplorerUrls?: string[];
  iconUrls?: string[]; // Currently ignored.
}

Switch Ethereum Chain

Return null - if the request was successful, and an error otherwise.

window.await ethereum.request({
method: 'wallet_switchEthereumChain',
    params: [{ chainId: '0xf00' }],
  });
} catch (switchError) {
  // This error code indicates that the chain has not been added to Coin98.
  if (switchError.code === 4902) {
    try {
      await ethereum.request({
        method: 'wallet_addEthereumChain',
        params: [
          {
            chainId: '0xf00',
            chainName: '...',
            rpcUrls: ['https://...'] /* ... */,
          },
        ],
      });
    } catch (addError) {
      // handle "add" error
    }
  }
  // handle other "switch" errors
}

Watch Asset

Return Boolean - true if the token was added, fasle otherwise

window.ethereum.request({
method: 'wallet_watchAsset',
    params: {
      type: 'ERC20',
      options: {
        address: '0xb60e8dd61c5d32be8058bb8eb970870f07233155',
        symbol: 'FOO',
        decimals: 18,
        image: 'https://foo.io/token-image.svg',
      },
    },
  })
  .then((success) => {
    if (success) {
      console.log('FOO successfully added to wallet!');
    } else {
      throw new Error('Something went wrong.');
    }
  })
  .catch(console.error);

RPC Request

return Promise<Ethereum RPC> Currently only support HTTP(s) method Reference: RPC Method

window.ethereum.request({method: '<Your Method>', params: [args1,....]})

Experimental MultiChain Connection

You can connect and receive multiChain address at the same time by using the following methods

async function connect(){
	if(!window.coin98){
		throw new Error('Coin98 Extension is required');
	}
	const accounts = await window.coin98.connect([<chain 1>, <chain 2>, ...]);
	
	if(!accounts){
		throw new Error('Connect Error | User cancel your request');
	}
	
	// Do anything with accounts:[<address of chain 1>, <address of chain 2>]
}

When your connection is success, chain's properties will be available for your next request. For example:

// For example | connect ether & solana
async function connect(){
	const conn = await window.coin98.connect(['ether','solana']);
	// If user accept the request, those properties will available at window.coin98;
	//  window.solana || Checkout document of solana connection guide for more methods;
	//	window.ether || Checkout document of ether connection guide for more methods;
}

Chain's Name can be found at

const { CHAIN_NAME } = window.coin98

Subscription

Support subscribe using JSON-RPC notifications. This allows clients to wait for events instead of polling for them. All result will be release at data event.

Methods

// For Subscribe
window.ethereum.request({
	method: 'eth_subscribe',
	params: ['<type>','<options>']
})
// Its result will be subscription ID which can be used for unsubscribe
// For Unsubscribe
window.ethereum.request({
	method: 'eth_unsubscribe',
	params: ['<Subscription ID>']
});

Example

// Subscribe for event
const subscriptionID = window.ethereum.request({
    method: 'eth_subscribe',
	params: ["logs", 
	{
		address: "0x8320fe7702b96808f7bbc0d4a888ed1468216cfd", 
		topics: ["0xd78a0cb8bb633d06981248b816e7bd33c2a35a6089241d099fa519e361cab902"]}]
})
// You can listen for incoming notifications by
window.ethereum.on("data", data => {
	// Do the rest of your work with data
})

To handle events

List of events

Currently we only support some action event from wallet extension

window.ethereum.on('event_name', callback);
//Example
window.ethereum.on('close', () => window.location.reload());
window.ethereum.on('accountsChanged', () => window.location.reload());

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