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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


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 ...


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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