2

Here's how I can do that in ethers@4.0.47:

import { Contract, ethers } from "ethers";

const contractInstance: Contract = new ethers.Contract(address, abi);

But in web3.js@1.2.8 none of the following works:

import Web3 from "web3";
import { Contract } from "web3"; // option 1
import { Contract } from "web3/types"; // option 2
2

I figured it out:

import { Contract } from "web3-eth-contract";

It's recommended that you also list web3-eth-contract as a direct dependency so you avoid getting a warning from eslint.

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