Solidity to WASM Compiler

Ethereum like smart contracts on Plasm Network.

Here is a quick demo:

Plasm Network also supports solidity. Solidity is a smart contract language mainly used on Ethereum. If you have already built applications by using Solidity, you can also deploy the contracts on Plasm Network.


In this tutorial, we will use the Solang compiler, a compiler for solidity language developed by Hyperledger Labs. Let's install the compiler using the original instruction below.

Or using the following cargo command:

// linux users
sudo apt install llvm openssl libxml2-dev
// mac users
brew install llvm openssl libxml2-dev
cargo install --git --tag m8

M1 chip macs may need to do build llvm from source:

See an example installdir or read more on the issue here

git clone git://
cd llvm-project
// install cmake, ninja, and any other dependencies //
-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=installdir -B build llvm
cmake --build build --target install
//mac users do:
export PATH=installdir/bin:$PATH

The solang binary should be available in your environment.


You can write any solidity contracts just like the development on Ethereum. Since this is a tutorial, we will use a flipper contract which is available below.

Let's compile it using substrate target to make it compatible with Plasm Network.

solang flipper.sol

As a result, two files should be available in your current directory : flipper.wasm (optimized WASM binary) and flipper.json (smart contract metadata).

If you are having trouble generating the code download it here.


Let's deploy the compiled flipper.contract ( this was flipper.wasm and flipper.json in previous versions) using our standard Plasm Portal UI.

Choose between ipfs or hosted apps wallet here.

Additionally you can swap between various polkadot chains including plasm, dusty, and kusama on the application depending on where you want to deploy.

select the top left corner of the site to open this tab, select the chain you want to switch to and press switch in the upper right corner.

Deploy your smart contract WASM code on Dusty Network.

The next step is to create an instance of the uploaded smart contract WASM code.

Sent smart contract instance transaction.

After making the instance, we can interact with the smart contract using the UI portal just like an ink! smart contract described in the previous chapter.

Read data from smart contract using RPC call.
Write data into smart contract via a transaction.

More examples are available in the Solang repository:

Have fun and good luck!

Windows setup

Here you will find a tutorial:

Any questions? Feel free to ask us on our Discord tech channel.