SKALE Labs has released a SKALE Chain SDK that allows developers to run a SKALE Chain for local development. The SDK does not yet include support for Decentralized Storage, or Interchain Messaging, but these features will be added in soon. You can download and run your own “SKALE Chain in a Box” by going to:
In case you don’t want to spin up your own SKALE Chain local environment, I have two endpoints hosting the SKALE Chain SDK code here:
https://dev-testnet-v1-0.skalelabs.com wss://dev-testnet-wss-v1-0.skalelabs.com ChainID= 344435 //Chain ID may be needed for wallets and other Ethereum tool integrations https://dev-testnet-v1-1.skalelabs.com wss://dev-testnet-wss-v1-1.skalelabs.com ChainID: 344435 //Chain ID may be needed for wallets and other Ethereum tool integrations
Endpoint with IMA connected to Rinkeby
/: https://ima-skale-chain-box.skalelabs.com wss://ima-skale-chain-box-wss.skalelabs.com ChainID= 74565 Chain Name=Bob Rinkeby IMA ABIs= https://ima-skale-chain-box.skalelabs.com/abis/proxyMainnet.json SKALE Chain IMA ABIs= https://ima-skale-chain-box.skalelabs.com/abis/proxySchain_Bob.json
Please note that these endpoints are for rapid and quick testing. If the SKALE Owner account is out of ETH, please head over to the SKALE faucet to obtain more.
Getting Started Documentation