Turing Monster Minting
Turing Example - Minting NFTs with Random Attributes

Clone the repository, open it, and install packages with yarn:
$ git clone https://github.com/bobanetwork/boba.git
$ cd boba
$ yarn
$ yarn build
As for every chain, you need an account with some ETH (to deploy contracts) and since you will be using Turing, you also need some BOBA in that same account. In the deploy script (./boba_community/turing-monsters/test/NFTMonsterV2.ts), specify your private key or set the environment variable PRIVATE_KEY=0x.. when running the script.
// uncomment the correct addresses
// Rinkeby
// const BOBAL2Address = '0xF5B97a4860c1D81A1e915C40EcCB5E4a5E6b8309'
// const BobaTuringCreditRinkebyAddress = '0x208c3CE906cd85362bd29467819d3AcbE5FC1614'
// for example if you are on Mainnet-Test, uncomment these
// Mainnet-Test
const BOBAL2Address = '0x58597818d1B85EF96383884951E846e9D6D03956'
const BobaTuringCreditRinkebyAddress = '0xE654ba86Ea0B59a6836f86Ec806bfC9449D0aD0A'
// provide your PK here
const testPrivateKey = process.env.PRIVATE_KEY ?? '0x____'
You can also do this via a hardware wallet, a mnemonic, via hardhat.config.js, or whatever you usually do. Whatever account/key you use, it needs some ETH and BOBA - small amounts should be sufficient.

If you do not have Rinkeby ETH, you can get some from Rinkeby Faucet, ChainLink Rinkeby Faucet or Rinkeby Authenticated Faucet. For Rinkeby BOBA, use the BOBA faucet.

To run the tests you will also need some Rinkeby ETH on Rinkeby (L1) as the tests also test the NFT bridging functionality.
$ cd boba_community/turing-monsters
$ yarn build
$ PRIVATE_KEY=0x... yarn test:rinkeby # for testing on rinkeby, for example
# other choices are local and mainnet
Ok, all done. Enjoy. The terminal will give you all the information you need to mint and send a Turing monster to your friends:
Turing NFT Random 256
Turing Helper contract deployed at 0x3a622DB2db50f463dF562Dc5F341545A64C580fc
ERC721 contract deployed at 0x6A47346e722937B60Df7a1149168c0E76DD6520f
adding your ERC721 as PermittedCaller to TuringHelper 0x0000000000000000000000006a47346e722937b60df7a1149168c0e76dd6520f
Credit Prebalance 0
BOBA Balance in your account 140000000000000000000
✓ Should register and fund your Turing helper contract in turingCredit (196ms)
ERC721 contract whitelisted in TuringHelper (1 = yes)? 1
✓ Your ERC721 contract should be whitelisted (59ms)
✓ should mint an NFT with random attributes (104ms)
Turing URI = data:application/json;base64,eyJuYW1lIjogIlR1cmluZ01vbnN0ZXIiLCAiZGVzY3JpcHRpb24iOiAiQm9vb29Ib29vbyIsICJpbWFnIn0=
✓ should get an svg

To deploy run:
$ cd boba_community/turing-monsters
$ yarn build
$ PRIVATE_KEY=0x... yarn run deploy -- --network boba_rinkeby
Add the ERC721 as permitted caller to the deployed TuringHelper. Call the method startTrading() once you feel ready so that your community is able to mint their NFTs.

The ERC721 contract is largely standard, except for needing to provide the address of the TuringHelper contract. Nevertheless, the contract has been distributed into several smaller contracts to make them easily reusable for your own project.
Core features:
  • You'll mint a random tokenID issued by Turing; @ref RandomlyAssigned.sol:nextToken()
  • MetaData is onChain and also is randomized via Turing; @ref WithOnChainMetaData.sol:getMetadata()
  • Recover functions for tokens when someone accidentally sends funds to the contract; @ref WithRecover.sol
  • Max Mint per wallet is limited and minting a NFT costs an additional fee (see the PRICE constant); @ref NFTMonsterV2.sol:mint()
  • NFT implements the IERC2981 standard for royalty fees; @ref NFTMonsterV2.sol:royaltyInfo()
  • Minting revenue will be split across project owners via claim function; @ref NFTMonsterV2.sol:withdraw()
  • NFT not tradeable until project owner calls startTrading(); @ref NFTMonsterV2.sol:saleIsOpen[modifier]
function mint(uint256 _count) external payable saleIsOpen {
uint256 total = tokenCount();
require(_count > 0, "Mint more than 0");
require(total + _count <= totalSupply(), "Max limit");
require(msg.value >= price(_count), "Value below price");
amountMintedInPublicSale[_msgSender()] = amountMintedInPublicSale[_msgSender()] + _count;
require(amountMintedInPublicSale[_msgSender()] <= MAX_MINT_IN_PUBLIC);
for (uint256 i = 0; i < _count; i++) {
function getSVG(uint tokenId) private view returns (string memory) {
require(_exists(tokenId), "ERC721getSVG: URI get of nonexistent token");
string memory genome = _tokenURIs[tokenId];
bytes memory i_bytes = abi.encodePacked(genome); // get the bytes
uint8 attribute_a = uint8(i_bytes[0]); // peel off the first byte (0-255)
uint8 attribute_b = uint8(i_bytes[1]);
// uint8 attribute_c = uint8(i_bytes[2]);
// ...
string[4] memory part;
string memory colorEye = "C15AA2";
if(attribute_a > 128){
colorEye = "54B948";
part[0] = "<svg x='0px' y='0px' viewBox='0 0 300 300' style='enable-background:new 0 0 300 300;' xml:space='preserve'><style type='text/css'>.st0{fill:#";
return string(abi.encodePacked(part[0], colorEye, part[1], colorBody, part[2], part[3]));
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Testing the Turing Monster NFT
Deploy the Turing Monster NFT without running the tests
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