Bridge Protocol Integration

Andrew Hyduchak
May 3 · 2 min read

At Bridge Protocol, we wanted to make it easy to integrate our platform for your organization’s needs. There are resources to directly utilize our “integration service” with your application, as well as evaluate and test with Docker resources.

How is the integration container used?

The Docker image, which can be built from source or pulled from our public docker repository, presents an easy way to interact with our public API.

The container currently handles the following functions:

  • Applications
  • Claim and Profile Type Handling
  • Authentication Handling
  • Platform Interaction

Examples can be found here.

What is needed to use the container?

A registered Bridge Passport must be accessible by the container. Some configuration values are required. Please examine the repository below for more information.

Would you like to build the container yourself? Find the repository here.

$ git clone https://github.com/bridge-protocol/bridge-protocol-integration-container.git$ cd bridge-protocol-integration-container
$ git submodule init
$ git submodule update

Be sure files are placed where specified in your configuration file and simply build with Docker. The image is also available from our Docker Hub as a base to build to your specific needs.


For questions or comments on use, contact us at dev@bridgeprotocol.io

Keep an eye out for upcoming articles on use case examples!


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Andrew Hyduchak

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Chief Information Officer at Bridge Protocol Corporation.