Chainy is an independent application, meaning that you may interact with it without using the main Chainy website. To do so, you may use third party tools like Parity, MIST, MyEtherWallet, etc.
Here is short manual how to interact with Chainy Contract using MyEtherWallet.
How to Create data
You must have Ethereum address with balance in ETH to pay small GAS fee.
1. Create JSON data.
You may create it manually or use this online form *don't check "publish transaction" option and you'll get JSON without posting it into blockchain.
2. Connect to Contract at MEW
1. Click "Contract" at myetherwallet.com, 2. Paste Chainy Contract Address: 0xf3763C30DD6986b53402d41a8552b8F7f6A6089b 3. Paste Contract's ABI data you may get it there 4. Click Access.
3. Prepare data
Select addChainyData method in select box and paste your JSON string from the first step there. Click WRITE.
4. Generate and Publish transaction
Enter private key of your Ethereum address. Click Generate and then Yes. You will get your transaction ID.
5. Find your short code
Open Ethplorer.io and put your transaction ID in search space, you will see your short code and link to view your data.
How to get your data
Chainy contract has 3 public methods to get your data by short code: getChainyData - shows whole data in JSON format getChainySender - shows sender of transactions by short code getChainyTimestamp – shows timestamp of block where transaction was posted. Here is two simple steps how to do
1. Connect to Contract at MEW
Same as in manual above. 1. Click "Contract" at myetherwallet.com, 2. Paste Chainy Contract Address: 0xf3763C30DD6986b53402d41a8552b8F7f6A6089b 3. Paste Contract's ABI data you may get it there 4. Click Access.
2. Read your data
Choose method getChainyData in select box and paste your short code there. Your data will appear in JSON format.