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That may be because you do not have the @truffle/contract package. I had the same problem. After running sudo npm install -g @truffle/contract the problem was solved. Check more at https://github.com/trufflesuite/truffle/tree/master/packages/contract.


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You can measure the transaction time spent between creation until it appears on the blockchain. Once you create the transaction you record the time with the hash in a database. When a transaction is mined you record the block timestamp. There are other time you can measure also like the first time a transaction appears in the pending pool. As said by Rob ...


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My question is if there is a better way of measuring the time? I suspect there is a conceptual disconnect. It's not a synchronous operation and the time is dependent on more factors than are accounted for here. Also, the rapid-fire transactions would probably lead to trouble in production if done this way. Network Throughput Yes, you are measuring the ...


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