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Ropsten is finicky, and thus the Chainlink core doesn't support it. Chainlink is much more compatible with the Kovan network with lots of user guides. It's suggested to use Kovan testnet in place of ropsten, where you will get the link token for sure. You can find all the latest faucets and supported chains for Chainlink here.


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When we send a transaction to the network we send the transaction and the signature. The miner/validator will verify the transaction is valid and signed and then process the transaction.


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If you don't specify the network in truffle it will default to the network named development. if you don't define the development network in your config file it will default to the default development network spec it has hardcoded. to use your kovan network you will need to specify the network : truffle console --network=kovan this will work with any ...


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Is it possible to know the actual computing power (in FLOPS) of the ETH network or sum of the underlying hardware? There are two different kind of computational power here. The one spent on Hashing which provides security but nothing more for the user, and the one spent on actually executing transactions. Regarding hash power, you can only get rough ...


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if you're using hardhat + metamask, and seeing this after restarting the node, try resetting your account on metamask: Settings > Advanced > Reset Account.


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