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Another tool developers can use to interact with Pangolin is the Remix IDE, one of the most commonly used development environments for smart contracts on Ethereum. It provides a web-based solution to quickly compile and deploy Solidity and Vyper based code to either a local VM or, more interestingly, an external Web3 provider, such as MetaMask. By combining both tools, one can get started very swiftly with Pangolin.

Deploying a Contract to Pangolin

To demonstrate how you can leverage Remix to deploy smart contracts to Pangolin, we will use the following basic contract:

pragma solidity ^0.7.5;
contract SimpleContract{
string public text;

constructor(string memory _input) {
text = _input;

Once you've compiled the contract and are ready to deploy you can navigate to the "Deploy & Run Transactions" tab in Remix and follow these steps:

  1. Set the Remix environment to "Injected Web3"
  2. Set your account and ensure you have funds. For Pangolin, you can use our TestNet faucet
  3. Pass in Test Contract as input to the contructor function and hit "Deploy"
  4. MetaMask will pop-up and show the information regarding the transaction, which you'll need to sign by clicking "Confirm"

Deploying Contract

Once the transaction is included, the contract appears in the "Deployed Contracts" section on Remix. In there, we can interact with the functions available from our contract.

Interact with Contract


If you are interested in a more detailed step-by-step guide, go to our specific tutorials about using Remix with Pangolin.