Deploy Smart Contracts & interact with the blockchain in minutes

Starton WEB3 development kit allows any developer to benefit from a large range of advanced features to deploy smart contracts on our supported blockchains.


Bnb chain



Deploy smart contracts easily with our templates

Our smart contracts can be deployed in a blink of an eye on our supported blockchains. Use Starton to create projects using state of the art standards such as ERC20, ERC721 or ERC1155.

All your smart contracts in one WEB3 framework

Existing smart contracts deployed outside of Starton can be imported to our WEB3 development kit to benefit from all our features.

Code once and deploy your smart contracts on 4 blockchains

Using your Bytecode and ABI, deploy and interact with your custom smart contracts from our dashboard or our API.

Leverage the power of your smart contract functions

You can call any public functions from any smart contract from Starton.

Missing any templates?

As we place users at the core of our product and its evolution, do not hesitate to ask us for new smart contract templates.

Frequently asked questions

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We have smart contract templates to create and sell NFTs, create your own fungible crypto currency, or setup vesting periods. Find the detailed list here:

Please note that you are not restricted to our templates. You can upload your own smart contracts or even import already on-chain smart contracts to interact with them.

Yes, when you deploy a smart contract using Starton, you are the owner of that contract and can make changes or interact with it as you see fit. However, it is important to note that once a contract is deployed to the blockchain, it is stored on a decentralized network and can be viewed by anyone. Additionally, the code of the contract is publicly available and can be viewed by others on the blockchain.
We are focusing on EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) and we support the following networks including mainnets and their associated testnets: ● BNB Chain ● Polygon ● Ethereum ● Avalanche