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You can do that. A contract is a full participant and it can hold assets. What it cannot do is initiate a transaction. That has to be done by someone or something (a server) that can sign. This influences the flows. Think of the contract like a vending machine. The user puts something in and something else comes out. The contract defines the internal ...


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The problem with ERC20 (and any token standard) validation is that it's near impossible to determine whether a contract is truly ERC20 compatible or not (and what does it even require for a contract to be fully compatible). Here's some more reading about it (and in its links): Confusion regarding total number of ERC-721 Tokens . That answer is about ERC721 ...


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