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I have a write function to add an array of addresses, I put for example this:

["0xddC5f73aB04FbcE9fF79AA07D0A4196BD0285f46"]

And the polygon scan (not metamask), says this error:

invalid address (arg="addresses", coderType="address", value="0xddC5f73aB04FbcE9fF79AA07D0A4196BD0285f46"")

Check how it adds at and a " at the end. Any ideas what is happening? All the other write functions work.

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  • It seems to be a bug in polygonscan.
    – Ismael
    Nov 15 '21 at 2:46
  • And what is my recourse?, to interact with the contract from Remix? Nov 15 '21 at 12:56
  • You could report to polygonscan support and wait for it to fix it, or use another wallet that support interacting with a contract. I think MyEtherWallet does support, but I'm not sure if they support polygon network, another alternative is using Remix+Metamask.
    – Ismael
    Nov 15 '21 at 14:15
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Your argument is valid, try to submit the tx with ethersjs or web3.

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