Introducing OpenLaw’s Integration Framework: Making it Easy to Integrate Third Party Services into OpenLaw

OpenLaw’s Integration Framework

The process of registering a third party service into OpenLaw’s Integrator’s API is straightforward. The first step is to access the Admin tools of your instance and click on the Integrators Service tab. At the moment, we are offering integration into “Common and Signature” services as part of our framework. “Common” is any service that can perform any external computation (i.e., CoinMarketCap) and Signature, any service that performs some electronic signature services. Both third party services are then verified in the OpenLaw Virtual Machine.

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