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I know this is an old question, but this answer could be useful for other people searching for the same thing. The issue can also be resolved from the migrations file, but here's a solution for when you want to deploy from truffle tests: var content = JSON.parse(fs.readFileSync("build/contracts/CitizenAccount.json")); var abi = content['abi'...


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I found this tool and it was quite helpful to me: https://dashboard.tenderly.co/tx/bsc/0x04ef5c9c98b8691adda9dff6d9363658c61a3b6004a61292f05001bfab6300e9


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to push item to array use .push() on array , in this way it's semms to work : myArray.push(i*2); ;)


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same as you use approve() to approve the spending of a particular amount tokens by a particular address (spender here). for example : approve(contract_address, amount) then in contract, you can call transferFrom() method in the contracts function as shown below: function sellToken() public { transferFrom(sender, recipient, amount) } Let me know if this ...


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If you can modify the token contract it should be possible to give authorization to some addresses to 'approve' tokens on behalf of the users. OpenSea does something similar in isApprovedForAll from ERC721Tradable.sol.


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I've quickly read the contract code which I've found on tronscan here. The first value is obvious, it is your address. The 2nd is 0, this is corresponding to your first deposit as all elements are indexing from 0, the 3rd one is the total number of times you deposited minus 1.


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If your project requires that you use an existing contract that has some volume of transactions going through it then using the testnet is the best choice. You can also fork the testNet or even the main net to a certain block and take it from there to start your testing. here you can use any account and give yourself a quasi-infinite balance to try anything ...


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There's a wrongly placed }. I suggest to format the file then it should be obvious that compiler is in the wrong section. module.exports = { networks: { live: { host: "127.0.0.1", port: 8545, network_id: "1", // Only mainnet gasPrice: "10000000000", // 10 gwei gas: "5000000", // 0.02 ...


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