Say I want to reference another smart contract in my smart contract.

Do smart contracts have an identifier (like a number 0xjdjdjdjdjjddj etc.)? And if they don't, how would you reference a particular smart contract.


All smart contracts have an address that can be used to identify the contract.

For example, the address for this contract is 0xE1Ac9Eb7cDDAbfd9e5CA49c23bd521aFcDF8BE49.

  • Can smart contracts store and recieve funds? Do they have a built in wallet? – Cryptic Aug 29 '19 at 23:37
  • Yes. It sounds like you should spend some more time researching how Ethereum and smart contracts work. Check out ethereum.org for great guides! – Shane Fontaine Aug 30 '19 at 4:13

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