I just looked at a minting contract and in addition to the usual mint price and quantity, there is a third box "signature (bytes)". I have not seen this before. What am I supposed to put there?

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Its the function you are calling in that contract. The function name is signature and the input parameter is bytes. If you can share the contract code, it can be explained better.

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    I have provided a screenshot : imgur.com/R5nOogm This looks like a parameter to me. Do you imply we need to enter the bytes keccak of the function called by that mint function?
    – Maude
    Commented Jun 6, 2022 at 1:57

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