What Is Kintaman (KINTA)?
Kintaman provide equitable access to blockchain data, this company is developed the BscScan Developer APIs to empower developers with direct access to BscScan’s block explorer data and services via GET/POST requests. For that you may find a suitable endpoint from wide range of APIs that you can simply query to provide data while you remain fully focused on building your applications. BscScan offers 2 types of API plans, a set of free community endpoints which consists of additional derived blockchain data. For power users, it is also added guides such as how you can programmatically verify contracts through API calls and more advanced use cases of endpoints.
Kintaman Storage Key Points
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Verify Source Code
- Requires a valid BscScan API key, it will be rejected otherwise
- Current daily limit of 100 submissions per day per user (subject to change)
- Only supports HTTP POST due to max transfer size limitations for HTTP GET.
- Supports up to 10 different library pairs.
- Contracts that use “imports” will need to have the code concatenated into one file as we do not support “imports” in separate files.
- Upon successful submission you will receive a GUID (50 characters) as a receipt.
- You may use this GUID to track the status of your submission.
Announcements for maintenance, releases, implementations, and updates on Etherscan. Analyses and insights on Ethereum blockchain from the block explorer, made simple and approachable for the end user. Answers for questions on topics ranging from the basics of Kintaman to the features of our platform frequently asked by our users. Tutorials and guides on how to use Etherscan, new features, and additional tools provided to the Ethereum community users.
Token & Dapp Update
Kintaman and guides for token owners and creators on everything specific to our Token and Dapp Update features. As a block explorer for the Ethereum network, one of that services is the Token page where developers can update their token’s information so that users can refer to the page for a complete information of the token. If you are a token creator. Although the rest of the form is self-explanatory and straightforward.
Token Price on Etherscan
Kintaman used features is the Token page where users can see all the on-chain data related to the token such as the transfers, source code, holders, total supply, contract address, etc and off-chain data such as the token’s official email, website, exchange listing and most importantly, price. Most of the off-chain data are provided directly to us by the token creator, but not the price. As doing so could lead to manipulation of the token’s price by the creator. And so to provide neutral and current data for our users, the price displayed on a Token page is relayed from the token’s price.
The Blue Check mark
The Blue Checkmark on Etherscan represents a token or project of public interest. The token page with The Blue Checkmark is also displayed first and more prominently during a search on Etherscan, prioritizing a genuine token while showing all tokens with similar names. The Blue Checkmark provided in connection with this service may or may not be accurate as they are based on subjective evaluations and/or reports received from the community.
Kintaman make no representations, warranties or are liable for any content, accuracy, and reliability of such ratings not responsible directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content or services provided.