Unified Launcher

Uniblock's Unified Launcher allows developers to quickly and efficiently deploy, manage, and interact with Ethereum-based smart contracts. This documentation covers the types of contracts provided by Uniblock, as well as those by third-party providers, such as ThirdWeb.

Uniblock's Contracts

Token Base

Token Base refers to the base contracts provided by Uniblock for creating Ethereum tokens. These are fundamental building blocks that determine the structure and behavior of the tokens. They are compliant with the Ethereum standards such as ERC20, ERC721, and ERC1155.

With the Token Base contracts, developers can create fungible tokens (ERC20), non-fungible tokens (ERC721), and multi-token contracts (ERC1155) that support both fungible and non-fungible tokens within the same contract. Start deploying one or all of them for purposes outlined on our Token Base page.

Token Extension

Token Extension contracts add additional functionalities on top of the base contracts. There are lots of extension contracts available and you can learn more about them at our Token Extension page.



ThirdWeb is a third-party provider offering more advanced contracts for developers using Uniblock's Unified Launcher. The ThirdWeb contracts offer more complex functionalities such as creating compliant ERC20 tokens, creating editions of ERC1155 tokens, creating NFT collections, and setting up advanced marketplace functionalities. You can learn about our supported ThirdWeb contracts on our ThirdWeb page.

What’s Next

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