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Transfer Rules Contract
    Smart Contract: SRC20 specific
    Created: Step 1 in SRC20 deployment (see Swarm Tokenization App)
    Purpose: Manages whitelists and greylists that permits addresses to hold a specific SRC20 token
    Example: NUVO on Ropsten

Feature Description

Glossary
Item
Description
Whitelist
List of addresses able to hold and transfer the specific SRC20 token referring to this Transfer Rules contract without requiring approval by the token issuer or an authority
Greylist
List of addresses able to hold and transfer SRC20 token referring to this Transfer Rules contract only with approval by an Authority, as set within the Rules contract. If a transfer of tokens is attempted where at least one of the addresses is on the greylist, a request for approval is created in the Transfer Rules contract of the corresponding SRC20, for the token issuer to approve/reject.
Read Functions
Function
Description
_whitelisted()
Returns if an address is whitelisted
_reqNumber()
Returns the index of the most recent greylist transfer request
_transferReq()
Returns the details of a specific greylist transfer request. Returns the from address, to address and the value to be transferred. Note: To view the details of _reqNumber “1” use _transferReq “0” and so on.
_greyList()
Returns if an address is greylisted
_src20()
Displays the address of the corresponding SRC20 Token contract (after it is created)
owner()
Displays the address of the contract owner
isGreyListed()
Returns if an address is greylisted
Write Functions
Function
Description
bulkUnGreyListAccount()
Function to remove multiple addresses from the whitelist. Each account must be separated by a comma (e.g. [0x00, 0x00, 0x00]). Can only be called by an Authority, as set within the Rules contract
doTransfer()
Internal function when setting up a transfer. It is executed when transferring SRC20 tokens that checks if the transfer can successfully execute respecting transfer restrictions. If both addresses are on the whitelist, the transfer can go through. If either address is in the greylist, it creates a transfer authorization request.
authorize()
Internal function callable from another contract to check if a specific transfer of this SRC20 requires authorization. It returns true if an address from is either in the whitelist or greylist AND if the address to is also either in the whitelist or greylist
cancelTransferRequest()
Cancels a specific transfer request. Can only be called by initiator of transfer request
bulkUnWhitelistAccount()
Owner can call this function to remove multiple addresses from the whitelist. Each account must be separated by a comma (e.g. [0x00, 0x00, 0x00]) Can only be called by an Authority, as set within the Rules contract
whitelistAccount()
Adds a single address to the whitelist. Can only be called by the contract owner
renounceOwnership()
Contract owner can renounce ownership of this contract
bulkWhitelistAccount()
Adds multiple addresses to the whitelist. Each account must be separated by a comma (e.g. [0x00, 0x00, 0x00]). Can only be called by the contract owner
unGreyListAccount()
Removes a single address from the greylist. Can only be called by the contract owner
transferApproval()
For token issuer to approve pending transfers. Note, to approve transferReq “3” , enter reqNumber “2”
bulkGreyListAccount()
Adds multiple addresses to the greylist. Each account must be separated by a comma (e.g. [0x00, 0x00, 0x00)]. Can only be called by the contract owner
GreyListAccount()
Adds a single address to the greylist. Can only be called by the contract owner
unWhiteListAccount()
Removes a single address from the whitelist. Can only be called by the contract owner
transferOwnership()
Transfers ownership of this contract to another address. Can only be called by the contract owner
setSRC()
Registers this Transfer Rules contract with a specific SRC20 Token contract for which these rules apply. The Transfer Rules contract is deployed in advance of the SRC20 Token contract and therefore requires this reference set once after its creation. Can only be set once and is disabled after the creation of this contract. Calling it subsequently will return an error
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