Smarter Contracts

How to Use ChatGPT with Ethereum

The world of blockchain technology is vast and ever-evolving. One of its most exciting aspects is the development of smart contracts, self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into code. These smart contracts are the backbone of decentralized applications (dApps) and are most commonly deployed on Ethereum and its EVM-compatible networks like Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism.

However, the complexity of smart contracts can be daunting, especially for those who are not well-versed in Solidity or other programming languages used in blockchain development. This is where ChatGPT comes into play, offering a user-friendly interface to interact with and analyze smart contracts. In this blog post, we'll explore how you can use ChatGPT in conjunction with the Smarter Contracts plugin to analyze smart contracts on Ethereum, Polygon, and other EVM-compatible networks.

What is the Smarter Contracts Plugin?

Smarter Contracts is a plugin that extends the capabilities of ChatGPT, allowing it to interact with smart contracts on various blockchain networks. With this plugin, you can:

The plugin supports multiple networks, including Ethereum Mainnet, Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism, and testnets like Goerli and Mumbai.

Setting Up

Before diving into the analysis, make sure you have access to ChatGPT with the Smarter Contracts plugin enabled. Once that's sorted, you can start using the plugin by asking ChatGPT specific questions related to smart contracts. The plugin will handle the rest.

Analyzing Smart Contracts

One of the most powerful features of the Smarter Contracts plugin is its ability to analyze smart contracts. This is particularly useful for due diligence or for understanding the inner workings of a contract before interacting with it.

How to Analyze a Contract on Ethereum

To analyze a smart contract on Ethereum, you can simply ask:

Analyze the smart contract at [Ethereum Contract Address].

ChatGPT will then use the Smarter Contracts plugin to fetch and analyze the contract's details, such as its functions, events, and other relevant information. This can include the contract's tokenomics if it's a token contract, or metadata and ownership details if it's an NFT contract.

How to Analyze a Contract on Polygon or Other Networks

Analyzing contracts on other networks like Polygon, Arbitrum, or Optimism is just as straightforward. You can specify the network along with the contract address:

Analyze the smart contract at [Contract Address] on Polygon.

The plugin will then perform a similar analysis tailored to the specified network.

Getting Account Information

Another useful feature is the ability to get account information. This can be helpful for tracking your assets or understanding the holdings of a particular address. To get account information, you can ask:

Get account information for [Ethereum Address].

ChatGPT will provide you with details such as the account's balance, tokens held, and other relevant data.

Resolving ENS Names

Ethereum Name Service (ENS) allows users to have human-readable addresses, making it easier to send and receive assets. The Smarter Contracts plugin can resolve these ENS names to their corresponding Ethereum addresses. To do this, you can ask:

Resolve the ENS name [ENS Name].

Checking Gas Fees

Transaction costs, or gas fees, are a crucial aspect to consider when interacting with smart contracts. The Smarter Contracts plugin can provide real-time gas fee information. To check the current gas fees, you can ask:

What are the current gas fees on Ethereum?

Advanced Use-Cases

The Smarter Contracts plugin is not just for beginners; even seasoned blockchain developers can find it useful. For instance, you can use it to quickly verify a contract's source code, check for common vulnerabilities, or even analyze the behavior of a contract over time by looking at its events and transactions.


The Smarter Contracts plugin for ChatGPT offers a powerful yet user-friendly way to interact with and analyze smart contracts on Ethereum and other EVM-compatible networks. Whether you're a blockchain novice looking to dip your toes into the world of smart contracts, or a seasoned developer seeking a quick way to perform due diligence, this tool can be incredibly useful.

By leveraging the natural language processing capabilities of ChatGPT, the Smarter Contracts plugin democratizes access to complex blockchain data, making it easier than ever to engage with the decentralized world. So go ahead, start exploring smart contracts like never before!