Deployed Contracts

Deployed Contracts

Testnet & mainnet contract information.

The Tableland testnet is live and accessible on the following testnet and mainnet chains, and each corresponding Tableland smart contract (proxy) address is listed:

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Tableland is still a testnet and will be launching a Tableland mainnet in 2023. But, smart contracts and apps deployed on testnet and mainnet chains can and should use the Tableland testnet. Developers should still proceed with caution due to the nature of testnets and ensure contracts that use Tableland are upgradable.

The TABLE Token

For each of the contracts deployed above, a globally unique TABLE ERC721 token will be minted. Anyone can create and own a table. On-chain access controls can be established to make the table itself collaborative in nature, such as a shared ownership model where certain permissioned users can insert or update rows in the table itself.

At a minimum, a TABLE owner has permissions to do whatever they want with the table, such as inserting new rows, updating / deleting existing ones, or setting a table controller that manages table the access controls. For example, take a table minted on Ethereum:

The TABLE ERC721 token anatomy.
The TABLE ERC721 token anatomy.

To view the TABLE token itself, check out the deployed contracts on various block explorers or see the following NFT marketplaces:

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