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Gold Silver Standard ERC20

ERC20 Tokens for the Gold Silver Standard See

Contract Address

Gold Silver Standard now uses the ENS goldsiverstandard.ens

Network Token Contract Owner
Main AUS 0x171f9cFc136f2B2aaA148fcC6b660a2029baB048 0x5b04fbaF54d53f1a4681339A0Da34D903E5FA2B1
Main AGS 0x843C9AF34F698618F90C898E3967278a260c8d9A 0x8Ac5cD9afB22dDEAb182d35e9Fcd27Df12F5b88B

Building Contracts

Deploying a contract

Contracts can be deployed to the various networks configured in truffle.js.

To set up your environment for deploying contracts, you will need to create a .env file. .env defines the various Ethereum blockchain environment variable.

cp env.example .env

Once created, change the mnemonic and network settings to match your environment.

To deploy a contract to a network, run:

truffle deploy --network NETWORK_NAME

where NETWORK_NAME is the network you wish to deploy to. The names of the various networks are listed in truffle.js.

For example, to deploy to Ropsten:

truffle deploy --network ropsten

Registering a contract on Etherscan

The source code will need to be flattened to register a contract on Etherscan.

To flatten the contract code:

cd /path/to/project/files/src/
npx truffle-flattener contracts/Gold.sol > build/contracts/Gold.flattened.sol
npx truffle-flattener contracts/Silver.sol > build/contracts/Silver.flattened.sol

Go to Etherscan ( and load the contract. There will be a "verify" link. Click on this link and specify the following:

Contract Type: single file Contract Compiler Version: 0.6.0

(There are now two other Contract Types for registering source code; multi-file, and json; these are experimental and will require more investigation).


MythX/Truffle Security

Automated audits are run using Truffle Security, the truffle implementation of MythX. A report has been added to this repo.

To install:

npm i -D

or to install from package.json:

npm i

(NOTE: currently there is a bug in the tag releases for Truffle Security Consensys/truffle-security#255. Once this is resolved, the npmjs package will be referenced and these documents updated).

To run a security audit:

Firstly, a Mythx account is required so an API KEY can be registered. An account can be created at Once, registered, generate the API KEY and copy it.

Once copied, open up a command line terminal, and, once in the miner-site project directory, declare the API KEY as an environment variable, E.g.

export MYTHX_API_KEY=abc123

where abc123 is your MYTHX API KEY.

To launch an audit, run:

truffle run verify

Once completed, you can retrieve the report from your account.

Solidity coverage

Solidity coverage checks that all tests cover all Solidity contract code.

To install:

npm i -D solidity-coverage

or to install from package.json:

npm i

To launch a code coverage test, run:

truffle run coverage

To see which files are covered by solidity coverage or to add and remove files files from the code coverage, see .solcover.js.


Requires use of node version 10.21.0


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