Hey I have read about listening to events in web3js and it worked. I have my abi set up and looked through all available events in it and mint(), what I use to mint nfts is a function which makes sense, so how would it be possible for me to listen at my specific contract adress when the mint() function is called ?

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You need your smart contract address, your ABI and web3js.

But you need also a node that actually work with ethereum blockchain.

You can do your local node (but it will take long time to sync and a very large memory space) or you can use Infura.io that give you API key so they send to you event from the blockchain.

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