Join Tim from Mysten Labs as he goes through some examples of the transfer-to-object feature and discuss how this new feature can be useful for building new abstractions on Sui.
We’ll examine a few smaller examples using transfer-to-object. Additionally, we’ll cover how to build transactions that send and receive objects using common SDKs, such as Typescript and Rust. We’ll also discuss some common pitfalls to watch out for when sending and receiving objects and explore how to leverage both public and custom receivership rules to implement various permissions policies for object reception.
We’ll conclude by looking at how custom receivership rules can complement custom transfer rules and how combining the two can allow you to express some interesting guarantees.
Tim Zakian (Software Engineer) – Mysten Labs
Mysten Labs is built to accelerate the adoption of Web3. They’re building the foundations for the decentralized future.
Web3 will enable individuals and creators to have unprecedented ownership over their own data and content. But the tools to get there don’t exist yet. Mysten is where the brightest minds solve foundational problems to create tools for the future. They will make web3 secure, reliable, and ready for mass adoption.
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