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I sent TUSD to my Bittrex holdings to trade for other coins, but it never went into my account with Bittrex. They claim that I sent it to the wrong address. I am trying to recover these tokens so that I don't become homeless again, but as a novice, am finding this to be extremely difficult. I am presently trying to send these same ETH/ERC20 tokens back to my Nano Ledger X via MyEtherWallet.com, but I need the ABI/JSONInterface and don't know where to find that. I am not including the TXID or the EtherScan.io URL here because, as a novice, I don't know if that is a security risk. Thank you in advance for any help that you may be able to provide.

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The ERC-20 is a public standard which means contracts all have to support the identical ABI. You'll find the ERC-20 ABI on many places online, e.g., https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/Contract-ERC20-ABI.

As a general rule, if you want to communicate with a contract that does not follow any standards, you will need the ABI from the creator of the contract somehow. Verified contracts on Etherscan provide the ABI under the 'Contract' tab.

I am not including the TXID or the EtherScan.io URL here because, as a novice, I don't know if that is a security risk.

That's all public information and not a security risk.

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  • Thank you very much! I just found it before finding your response, following these steps, (for anyone else reading this thread): – MCT5777 May 30 at 5:39
  • Thank you very much Markus! I just found it before finding your response, following these steps provided to me by a coder, (for the benefit of anyone else reading this thread): 1. click on etherscan link (etherscan.io) Thank you also Markus, for letting me know that sharing the URL for the "report" at EtherScan.io is not a security risk. 2. click on hypertext link under the "To:" row. 3. in the new page, click on the "Contract" tab which has a little green checkmark 4. scroll down and you will see a section titled "Contract ABI" with abi underneath – MCT5777 May 30 at 5:47

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