The answer is yes! you can use the ethereum-bridge over your locally private chain created by geth or parity,but only on
After 3 days and a day morning and thanks to the help from @D-Nice @gskapka , I finally solved the problem.I need to put my thoughts together to help guys who may encounter the same problem.
- only support the
dev geth private network
I am sorry to say that the oraclize(ethereum-bridge) is only supported the
devchain , which means you should start your private network using geth like
geth --networkid 15 --datadir ./data --rpc --rpcapi "admin,debug,eth,miner,net,personal,txpool,web3" --rpcport "8545" --rpccorsdomain "*" --dev
or simply, you can start you your private network using
geth --dev --rpc console
- if you deploy the contract using ethereum-bridge on
Non-dev private network, you will get gas error like
gas required exceeds allowance or always failing transaction in private network
so, all the problem is caused by
Good luck for you!