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Event Chain: An Event System Built on Forge


There are two ways of running event-chain on your local. Pick one that suit you more.

  1. Developer Setup: if you want to work directly with the source code
  2. Quick Setup: if you just want to get a quick sense of it.

Developer Setup

  1. clone this repo to your local

  2. install dependencies for forge-python-sdk:

     `pip install -r requirements.txt`
  3. install dependencies for forge-event-chain

    `pip install -r requirements.txt`

Quick Setup

  1. Go to your python environment

  2. pip install forge-event-chain


Before running event_chain, make sure your local forge is running properly.

  1. Add event_chain config in your forge config.

    name = "Event-Chain"
    version = "0.1.0"
    sock_tcp = "tcp://"
    path = "~/.forge/event_chain"
    host="" # Your local IP address for wallet to connect
    did_address='http://localhost:4000' # The DID service event_chain will call from
  2. restart forge to activate the updated config.

  3. simulate original data to start with:

    FORGE_CONFIG=/home/User/forge_release.toml python -m event_chain.simulation.simulat

  4. start event_chain application:

    FORGE_CONFIG=/home/User/forge_release.toml python3 -m normal

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