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Update Contracts UI URL (#1306)

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More relevant links:
* [Substrate Stack Exchange](https://substrate.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/ink?tab=Votes) ‒ Forum for getting your ink! questions answered
* [`cargo-contract`](https://github.com/paritytech/cargo-contract) ‒ CLI tool for ink! contracts
* [Contracts UI](https://paritytech.github.io/contracts-ui/) ‒ Frontend for contract instantiation and interaction
* [Contracts UI](https://contracts-ui.substrate.io/) ‒ Frontend for contract instantiation and interaction
* [Substrate Contracts Node](https://github.com/paritytech/substrate-contracts-node) ‒ Simple Substrate blockchain which includes smart contract functionality
* We post announcements on [Matrix][k2] and [Discord][l2] (in the
[`ink_smart-contracts`](https://discord.com/channels/722223075629727774/765280480609828864) channel).
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testnet, follow the instructions in the
[our documentation](https://ink.substrate.io/canvas#rococo-deployment).
For both types of chains the [Contracts UI](https://paritytech.github.io/contracts-ui/)
For both types of chains the [Contracts UI](https://contracts-ui.substrate.io/)
can be used to instantiate your contract to a chain and interact with it.
## Usage
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In order to test this bundle of smart contracts you need to execute the
following steps.
You can upload the contracts using our [Contracts UI](https://paritytech.github.io/contracts-ui/).
You can upload the contracts using our [Contracts UI](https://contracts-ui.substrate.io/).
If you want to test it locally, our [`substrate-contracts-node`](https://ink.substrate.io/getting-started/setup/#installing-the-substrate-smart-contracts-node)
is an easy way to get a local smart contract chain running.
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* `target/ink/accumulator/accumulator.contract`
1. Upload the `.contract` bundle of Accumulator, Adder and Subber to the chain.
1. Note down the respective code hashes of the uploaded contracts. You can
copy the contract hashes [from the page of uploaded contracts](https://paritytech.github.io/contracts-ui/):<br/>
[<img src="./.images/code-hashes.png" width="600" alt="Code Hashes Overview" />](https://paritytech.github.io/contracts-ui/)
copy the contract hashes [from the page of uploaded contracts](https://contracts-ui.substrate.io/):<br/>
[<img src="./.images/code-hashes.png" width="600" alt="Code Hashes Overview" />](https://contracts-ui.substrate.io/)
1. Instantiate the Delegator smart contract given all of the code hashes and a starting value.
Make sure the endowment is big enough (if you're using our `substrate-contracts-node` it's `1000000`).
The Delegator smart contract will take over the work of instantiating the other smart contracts for you.
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