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Mangata Node

Omnichain zk-rollup for L1-grade native liquidity. Implementation includes MEV solution, Proof-of-Liquidity, gas-free swaps, algorithmic buy & burn, weight voting & liquidity gauges, time-incentivized liquidity provision, 3rd party incentives, and more.


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Mangata operates as a cross-chain liquidity protocol, facilitating seamless transactions between Ethereum and various other blockchains through a omnichain zk-rollup Infrastructure. We leverage the power of ZK-rollup, a second-layer (L2) solution, to ensure universal connectivity with first-layer (L1) blockchains. Additionally, our decentralized exchange platform is designed to provide robust protection against Miner Extractable Value (MEV) and frontrunning attempts, thereby safeguarding the interests of our users.


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Build mangata-node locally

Compile mangata-node binary and wasms artifacts

  • use docker wrapper for cargo to build mangata-node
./ build --release -p mangata-node

build artifacts will be placed in <REPO ROOT>/docker-cargo/release

Run tests and generate code coverage report

Run unit tests only:

cargo test

Run unit tests and generate code coverage report in html format:

cargo install cargo-tarpaulin
cargo tarpaulin --timeout 120 --workspace -e runtime-integration-test mangata-node common-runtime mangata-kusama-runtime mangata-rococo-runtime --exclude-files **/ **/ **/weights/* --out Html

Generate docker image

You can use script to build & generate docker image

./scripts/ mangatasolutions/mangata-node:dev

or you can use already compiled build atributes generated in previous step

SKIP_BUILD=1 BUILD_DIR=./docker-cargo/release ./scripts/

This will generate new local docker image mangatasolutions/mangata-node:dev


In order to run mangata-parachain locally one need to set up both:

  • local relay network
  • local parachain network

Because of number of parameters is quite troublesome thats why we came up with dedicated dockerized environment.

Set up network using parachain-launch

Dockerized setup requires you to build development docker image mangatasolutions/mangata-node:dev.

Start docker environment using, you need to

cd ./launch
yarn install
yarn gen
yarn up

once started, you can access nodes using port forwards

Docker setup can be stopped using

cd ./launch
yarn down

Sudo access

Alice is set as sudo account for parachain-launch docker setup

Mangata node configuration

There is number of chain configurations available for both development and production environements:

chainspec (--chain) Sudo Description
mangata-kusama ******* production kusama public mainnet
mangata-kusama-local Alice development kusama local testnet
mangata-rococo ******* production rococo public testnet
mangata-rococo-local Alice development rococo local testnet