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You can use like following: import { expect, use } from 'chai'; import { BN } from 'bn.js'; use(require('chai-bn')(BN));


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% is the modulo operator, it gives the remainder after integer division. In your case, 83 % 7 = 6 + 1 = 7 You can find more details about modulo and other operators inside the official Solidity documentation.


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You need to find a source of truth for the question "what is the value of NFT 'x'". You can always ask OpenSea what the last sales price they saw was but that's hardly the value of an NFT as a decent percentage of the NFT market is not on OpenSea's proprietary website.


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This is indeed possible with WalletConnect. There is a Kotlin library available (both for v1 and v2 of WalletConnect). For v1 you can use: https://github.com/WalletConnect/kotlin-walletconnect-lib You need to generate a WallectConnect session with a valid bridge server (e.g. for testing https://bridge.walletconnect.org/): https://github.com/WalletConnect/...


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So after deploying a few rails apps to heroku -- I realized a better way: A distributed chain where people sign up to host your app, just like heroku does. So miners get paid to host the app. Each app is made available like a torrent in bittorrent seeded by original author and reseeded by others, and this torrent contains the complete image needed to host ...


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It seems that the problem was brought about by the Trust wallet itself and after upgrading to the latest version (4.9 on android), the issue is now solved and everything works as expected.


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I believe you just want log the balance, you should use console.log(balance.toString()); instead. It's throws genuine error that it can't fit the number in js number type.


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