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I read that there is an option to pass blocknumber to contract.methods.balanceOf I am currently passing it like this:

const address ='0x6C1F09F6271fbE133Db38DB9c9280307F5d22160';
  contract.methods.balanceOf(address).call((error, balance) => {
    contract.methods.decimals().call((error, decimals) => {
    //   balance = balance.div(10 ** decimals);
      console.log(balance);
    });
  });

Any ideas how to pass the blocknumber into this?

  • 1
    And I think I told you that on a different post (though it might have been someone else's post) - don't do 10 ** decimals, because it most likely exceeds Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER. You can instead use 1e${decimals} encapsulated with a pair of ` , but I'm not entirely sure about the type of balance, so div might disallow this. – goodvibration Aug 29 at 5:35
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Change this:

call((error, balance) => {

To this:

call(null, blockNumber, (error, balance) => {

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