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I'm using remix solidity browser compiler.

I deployed this code for an AirDrop smart contract: https://pastebin.com/kzYxmEab

I used the same address to create/deploy the Airdrop contract as was used to create/deploy the token contract. I sent a test amount of the token to the Airdrop Contract, also from the same address as created it.

I want to use the sendTokens() function to send multiple at a time eg. ["A","B","C","D"],[2,4,6,8]

Where and how exactly do I actually use and interact with this contract? Is it from within Remix compiler? Is it from within MyEtherWallet, while logged in with MetaMask of the creator address, by using the ABI/json box there?

Tx Hash of the AirDrop contract deployed.

thanks

  • verify your contract! – TahaBA Jan 21 '18 at 1:03
  • I'm having trouble doing that, I can't. I must have changed something minor - would a change in just the comment lines in the code affect it? – Allen Rice Jan 21 '18 at 21:16
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AFAIK parity works best with interacting with this Airdrop contract. Mist is an option but it is buggy and tokens may not be sent.

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