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Method: POST /wallet/deploycontract


Method REST /wallet/deploycontract example for Tron (TRX)

POST /wallet/deploycontract

Method not allowed

Deploys a contract. Returns TransactionExtention, which contains an unsigned transaction.


abi - json

Smart Contract's Application Binary Interface

bytecode - string

The compiled contract's identifier, used to interact with the Virtual Machine.

fee_limit - int32

Maximum TRX consumption, measured in SUN (1 TRX = 1,000,000 SUN).

parameter - string

Parameter passed to the constructor of the contract. Call the virtual machine format of the parameter [1, 2], use the js tool provided by remix, convert the parameter array [1, 2] called by the contract caller into the parameter format required by the virtual machine.

origin_energy_limit - int32

The max energy which will be consumed by the owner in the process of execution or creation of the contract, is an integer which should be greater than 0.

owner_address - string

Contract owner address, converted to a hex string

name - string

Contract name

call_value - int32

Amount of TRX transferred with this transaction, measured in SUN (1TRX = 1,000,000 SUN)

consume_user_resource_percent - int32

The same as User Pay Ratio. The percentage of resources specified for users who use this contract. This field accepts integers between [0, 100]. If it is 0, it means the user does not consume resources until the developer resources are exhausted. However, it is strongly recommended to set the value between 1 and 99 (inclusive). This is prevent the contract developer from potential malicious infinite loop time out attacks.

permission_id - int32

Optional. Whehter the address is in base58 format.

visible - boolean

Optional. Whehter the address is in base58 format.


curl --location --request POST 'https://trx.getblock.io/wallet/deploycontract' \
--header 'x-api-key: YOUR-API-KEY' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--data-raw '{}'


    "result": "null",
    "id": "getblock.io",
    "status_code": 405,
    "message": "Method not allowed"