I have tried to play with solidity and smart contracts.

I created "ICO" through wizard.oracles.org on Rinkeby network. Then I tried to send ethereum there from 2nd account, I received tokens on that second account, but I cannot find where Ether went.

There is internal transaction from smart contract to my account through which I created it, but Metamask balance is not changed.

Should I call some function from smart contract? Its standard ERC20 Thanks.

Smart contract: https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/address/0x7f81fe39b181c4ef88cf30d610760ccad52af2fe

  • Unclear what you are asking. Commented Jul 9, 2018 at 14:49
  • How can I transfer raised ETH from ICO from smart contract to my account? I am not sure if it should be automatic, or should I call some function and if internal transaction counts as normal transaction with only difference that is executed by smart contract or is it more complicated? Commented Jul 9, 2018 at 15:06
  • Does your smart contract have a transfer function that you have access to? Commented Jul 9, 2018 at 15:07

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Ether is collected at the wallet address you filled at the step 3 of Token Wizard:

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Take a look the corresponding FAQ section.

You can check the wallet address from multisigWallet property of crowdsale smart-contract using MyCrypto/MEW. You have got ABI of this smart-contract at the Publish stage of Token Wizard.

Btw, you can use gitter for all questions about Token Wizard.

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