Lets say I have a 00-mocks.ts file inside a deploy folder(hardhat project) and the code looks ok:

const { ethers, newtwork } = require('hardhat')

module.exports =  async function () {
    try {
        const accounts = await ethers.getSigners()
        const token = await ethers.getContractFactory("Token")
        const instance = await token.deploy("testTokenName","testSymbol")
        await instance.deployed()
    } catch (error) {
module.exports.tags = ["all", "Token"]

But the problem is when i run my node using yarn hardhat node my token doesn't deploy, and i can't see my logs, but node runs and it gives me signers with first balance of ETH. I've used exact same code in JS and it works, but i don't know whats the problem with typeScript.

Even i tried to use it as a script using this command: yarn hardhat run scripts/"filename".ts --network localhost But still doesn't work.

  • try npx hardhat run scripts/"filename".ts --network localhost instead
    – Adam Boudj
    Mar 23 at 12:51

1 Answer 1


You should check your hardhat configuration files once, make sure all the chainId and url are correct. Then it should have work.

  • Actually I'm using yarn package manager, But still i installed this package that you mentioned but result is same, still i cant see my deployments and my logs
    – Alireza
    Mar 25 at 12:25
  • Don't use yarn use npx or npm because there recently there are few new changes in hardhat which yarn doesn't support.
    – Yana Gupta
    Mar 26 at 4:38
  • Then should I run node with : npx hardhat node ?
    – Alireza
    Mar 26 at 5:44
  • No delete your yarn.lock file and install all the dependencies with npm, then use command npx hardhat to see if you can actually use node.
    – Yana Gupta
    Mar 26 at 14:09
  • Still doesn't work, it compile my contracts but do not run script
    – Alireza
    Mar 27 at 17:50

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