Once open, Go to "Smart Contract Wallet (SCW) Tab" and add the Name & ABI of your proxy wallet Contract. Click Add.
For this, you don't NEED to register the contract address as it will be dynamic and you can set as a parameter while calling SDK or API.
After adding the contract, click in "Manage API". Contract Entry will look like as shown below in the screenshot.
Click on "New API" . Select Smart Contract, Method (for which you want to enable meta transactions), enter the name of your API then click “Add”.
Your API will not persist in the database at this point of time.
You can add more than one API. Added APIs will be visible at the bottom. Click on “Save” to persist them in database.
Native meta-tx check box will be selected by default (As your proxy contract is supposed to have native meta transaction support)
After Save the APIs will be listed as shown below. You can Delete or Modify it from "Manage API" section.
These tokens are used as authentication token for whitelisting APIs used to whitelist users's smart contract wallet address and destination address of the transaction.
Check out why whitelisting is required here
On "View Dapp" section, you can see "Generate Token" Button.
After clicking it, this will generate the token which you can use to call Whitelist APIs from your Backend.
Thats it. Your contract wallet is registered on the Dashboard. Now checkout next section on how to integrate SDK in your code to start relaying your transactions using Biconomy.