Query multiple attributes

Use the getAttributesBulk function from the QuadReader smart contract to query multiple attributes about a passport holder.



Install @quadrata/contracts package

npm i @quadrata/contracts --save-dev


Calling smart contract have to be granted permissions to call getAttributesBulk in Mainnet. Contact us via email at contact@quadrata.com or Discord

Testnets like Goerli,Mumbai,etc.. do not require any permissions


import "@quadrata/contracts/interfaces/IQuadPassportStore.sol";

// For Solidity version >= 0.8.0.
    address user, 
    bytes32[] calldata attributes
) external returns(
    IQuadPassportStore.Attribute[] memory attributes

// For Solidity version < 0.8.0.
    address user, 
    bytes32[] calldata attributes
) external returns(
    bytes32[] attributeValues, 
    uint256[] epochs, 
    address[] issuers




address of the passport holder

address (required)


The list of attributes you want to query. See: Supported attributes.

bytes32[] (required)

Return values

A list of issued values for each attributes being queried.

This function will return exactly a list of the same length as the number of attributes being queried. If an attribute hasn't been issued yet, it's value will be: Attribute{value: bytes32(0), epoch: uint256(0), issuer: address(0)}

/// @dev Attribute store infomation as it relates to a single attribute
/// `attrKeys` Array of keys defined by (wallet address/DID + data Type)
/// `value` Attribute value
/// `epoch` timestamp when the attribute has been verified by an Issuer
/// `issuer` address of the issuer issuing the attribute
struct Attribute {
    bytes32 value;
    uint256 epoch;
    address issuer;

For Solidity version < 0.8.0

UsegetAttributesBulkLegacy()which returns three arrays. The index of each array maps to the others to create a tuple (e.g. attributeValues[0], epochs[0], issuers[0] are part of the same result).

  • attributeValues: Raw or hashed attribute values. See Supported attributes for the return values of each attribute.

  • epochs: Timestamp that indicates when the attribute was verified by the passport issuer.

  • issuers: Passport issuer who verified the attributes.


You can find our helper library to facilitate parsing the response => QuadReaderUtils

import "@quadrata/contracts/interfaces/IQuadReader.sol";
import "@quadrata/contracts/interfaces/IQuadPassportStore.sol";
import "@quadrata/contracts/utility/QuadReaderUtils.sol";

contract MyDapp {
    using QuadReaderUtils for bytes32;
    IQuadReader public reader;
    function borrowMoney() external payable {
        bytes32[] memory attributesToQuery = new bytes32[](2);
        attributesToQuery[0] = keccak256("COUNTRY");
        attributesToQuery[1] = keccak256("AML");

        IQuadPassportStore.Attribute[] memory attributes = reader.getAttributesBulk(
        require(attributes.length == attributesToQuery.length, "REQUIRES_COUNTRY_AND_AML");
        // only users residing outside the US may borrow money        
        bool isEligibleCountry = !attributes[0].value.countryIsEqual("US");
        // only users with AML risk score < 5 may borrow money
        bool isEligibleAML = attributes[1].value.amlLessThan(5));

        if (isEligibleCountry && isEligibleAML) {
            // Allow borrow actions

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