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What you need to do is pass --rpccorsdomain="metamask extension url" as well from your geth console. Check this post to see how to do: https://metamask.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360015290012-Using-a-Local-Node


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I don't think in 2019 someone will leave 200K in a server exposed to the internet, perhaps it is a testnet server or a honeypot. I'd suggest to use a firewall or similar tool if you want to expose RPC your node to the internet. The geth/parity have some protection but its functionality is limited to block certain calls. If you want more advanced features ...


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message is actually just a byte array. The prefix string only contains ASCII-7 characters, so it doesn't really matter how you encode it because ASCII-7, ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16, etc. will all encode it the same. You then take the encoded bytes of that and append the message length (which is just a byte array, so a simple .length will work) and turn that ...


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Apologies all - I had simply failed to fund the faucet correctly before executing the withdraw function (i.e. the initial transfer from MetaMask had not confirmed)


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Make sure that you are providing some withdraw_amount in the Value datafield in Remix IDE. By default it has value as 0. Consider this answer for your reference. https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/a/68640/53398 Let me know if the problem still persists. Edited solution: I've find out the error you are facing. When you're running this contract, you ...


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In geth console: // from `geth --help`: // --verbosity value Logging verbosity: 0=silent, 1=error, 2=warn, 3=info, 4=debug, 5=detail (default: 3) // --vmodule value Per-module verbosity: comma-separated list of <pattern>=<level> (e.g. eth/*=5,p2p=4) > debug.vmodule('rpc=5') Same should work from command-line: geth --...


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This is an rpc call that is implemented across clients and I doubt Parity has any plans to deprecate this, as it would break too many application. There is however a strong desire to stop support for account management and hence most of the rpcs to do with account management have a deprecation notice. You can view them here: https://github.com/paritytech/...


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