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I have some questions about the anyswapV5ERC20.sol contract.

First of all, are there some more detailed docs than the guide of andre cronje?

My main question is: How can I set the totalSupply or mint at deployment when I follow this guide (https://andrecronje.medium.com/deploying-your-own-cross-chain-token-101-240420efd0d9)

If I understand the contract right, the minter role is the given mpc address and that which mint/burn depending on the bridge use. But how can I set the initial supply? Is there another way then wrap an existing ERC20 for the anyswap contract without changing the anyswapV5ERC20.sol (like mint in the constructor)?

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So basically Andre Cronje is saying that in order to have token compliant with the cross-chain swaps your token must inherit the AnyswapV5ERC20 class from the AnyswapV5ERC20.sol.

contract MyCrossChainERC20 is AnyswapV5ERC20 {
    constructor() AnyswapV5ERC20("Token Name", "Token Symbol", "Decimals", "Address to real erc20 token or zero address", "Vault address") { }
}

The total supply of the MyCrossChainERC20 is a dynamic value which is increased by the functions:

  1. mint(address to, uint256 amount)
  2. all deposit methods
  3. Swapin(bytes32 txhash, address account, uint256 amount) - this is the cross-chain functionality

Also the totalSupply is decreased by the following functions:

  1. burn(address to, uint256 amount)
  2. all withdraw methods
  3. Swapout(uint256 amount, address bindaddr) - this is the cross-chain functionality

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